East Los Musubi serve up their Los Angeles take on the ubiquitous Hawaiian snack made of spam and rice wrapped in seaweed. They also make cool products, like this Musubi pin, freshly added to the shop.
Mi Vida Boutique in NELA are hosting an event dedicated to Teen Angel, the artist behind Teen Angels magazine this Saturday. First published in 1981, the title is synonymous with Chicano style, art, and culture. As such, the publication has a tremendous following. Contributing artists include Richard Sanchez, Benjie Escobar, Spr Fkr, and of course, Chicano Wolfman. LA TACO have a nice preview.
The very talented Jeff Hamada, of Booooooom fame (the most-visited art blog in the universe) has just released his first book! Remake features master works reimagined, largely by fans of Jeff’s great site. He knows how to genuinely engage his community in ways that are truly interactive and creative and this kind of project is the result of those efforts. If you’re interested in learning more about Jeff’s thinking, watch this Imprint talk with him from 2014 – it’s just great.
Hawaii-based art-driven kid’s brand Big Bad Wolf have continued to release amazing product over the last few months, including tee graphics by Australian tattoo artist Steen Jones, Korean artist So Youn Lee, Berlin-based Swiss typographer Rylsee, and they’ve added several new leggings styles too. Great news for my daughter, and I’m into all of it too.
Imprint presents a special screening of The Deepest Depths Of The Burrow, during POW! WOW! Long Beach. It’s a documentary by filmmaker Christian Fischer, which captures Austrian artist Nychos and other members of the RABBIT EYE MOVEMENT over the last few years. It will be followed by a talk with the artist, on Thursday, June 25th. Tickets available here.