Greetings. Happy Hump Day. We’ve just added some new Selector goodies to the Typo Shop including our latest graphic tee, the JA Brew lapel pin collab with Lil Bullies Club, and last but not least, the Universal print by Los Angeles-based artist MR44. [See More]
An impressive lineup is going to be revealed at Thinkspace Gallery in Culver City this evening, with no less than three exhibitions opening. That includes Curiot Act 1: Warped Passage, James Bullough Breaking Point, and UR New York Destroy’ed and Rebuilt.
Here’s a great song from the recent Contact Field Orchestra EP, MAPPING THE FUTURES GONE BY. CFO is known for crafting lush soundscapes which can incorporate everything from bluesy guitar riffs, to blippy digital sound effects, live percussion, and even found recordings from the field. If you like this as much as I do, you’ll be glad to know we have it in the Typo Shop. Enjoy.
Happy Hump Day. We’ve added some new goodies to the Typo Shop, all in a musical vein, including some actual music, which I’m super stoked on. First up we have the incredible “MAPPING THE FUTURES GONE BY” EP set (limited edition 10″ vinyl + CD) from LA’s incredibly talented Contact Field Orchestra, next up we have the Turn It Up! lapel pin from PSD.CO outta Columbus, Ohio, and last but not least, we have the Sweet Reggae pillow with artwork by Benjie Escobar, for Selector. Enjoy. [See More]
POW! WOW! Japan participating artist Mark Dean Veca (interviewed) just created a Popeye-inspired concert poster for the band Pearl Jam’s upcoming Toronto show. Currently available in Mark’s online shop.