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Los Angeles graffiti legend Jason REVOK is set to unveil a new body of work in Downtown LA this evening, when his solo show Systems opens at Library Street Collective. It sounds like it’s pretty amazing. The gallery is located at 5428 W. Washington Blvd, and the show runs through November 12th.


Tiny Hand

The final debate for the current presidential election was last night, and I can’t wait for this thing to end. At first, it was kind of an interesting spectacle, with Trump saying the most insane things. Except some people agreed with the things he said, and actually want to vote him into office, which is rather frightening, and takes all the fun out of the whole circus as far as I’m concerned. All that said, here is a funny font called Tiny Hand modeled on Trump’s handwriting. If you wanted to download this for some reason, you can find the link at the bottom of this Buzzfeed article. Via FastCoDesign.



It seems that when drones are in the press, it’s often through a negative lens – stories about attaching them to guns, or obstructing first responders, even crashing into the Whitehouse lawn every now and then. Here’s a great story from Fast Company about Zipline who use drones to help deliver blood to remote hospitals in Rwanda. The accompanying video is great too.


POW! WOW! JAPAN 2016 starts today! I was lucky enough to be there last year during the first POW! WOW! JAPAN. This year the mural festival and accompanying events are going down in Kobe, a city in Kansai, near Osaka and Kyoto. It’s a lovely place – I lived there for about 5 years during high school. Funnily enough, many of the murals are going up on my old high school. You can follow the fun on their Instagram account.


Rogue One

Excited about this. As opposed to the Nissan Rogue, which has absolutely no rogue-ish qualities, somehow. Happy Sunday!

The Cages / Rendered Problematic

Culver City art gallery Thinkspace has a double opening this evening with new work by Sandra Chevrier in an exhibition titled “The Cages; and the Reading Rooms of their Lives” in the main room, and new work by Sean Mahan with “Rendered Problematic” in the project room. I was lucky enough to meet Sean in Hawaii during POW! WOW! a couple of years back, and have been following his great work closely since.


Hitman Anders

Hitman Anders and the Meaning of It All is the latest novel from talented Swedish author Jonas Jonasson, whose work I’m a big fan of. This is his third novel and it continues in the same vein as the previous two – with a tall tale, chock full of unlikely coincidences and surprising outcomes. Jonasson relies heavily on satire once again – this time, somehow, managing to poke fun at both organized crime and organized religion. It’s a relatively fun and lightweight read which is a nice change from some of the heavier books I’ve been tackling lately. It’s no surprise he’s sold over 14 million books, and that is very impressive when you consider Jonasson’s first novel was only just published in 2010.