artist affair feat cotton colony  
inspired by his songs on the album Beastieboys
Anthology: The Sounds of Science
'Let it flow - let yourself go, Slow and low - that is the tempo "
its the same thing with the content in a shot glass that will go into your brain appropriate tempo slowly enjoy what you hear

with just one eye you can feel her delicious liquid that is in this shot glass, enjoy!

singantuk icon in geometric shapes, which will accompany you enjoy this liquid while alone

no long explanation, you r so f**kin awesome!



Beastie Boys – Don’t Play No Game That I Can’t Win (Full Length)

The Beastie Boys continue to impress with the second visual off of their new album, mostly by staying creative and doing things different. Today the official music video to ‘Don’t Play No Game That I Can’t Win’ was released. The video was directed by none other than Spike Jonze. Check it out!


on progress..!
"slowly but surely project featuring cotton colony"

Video: OUTSIDE IN – The Story of Art in the Streets

OUTSIDE IN Movie Trailer: The Story of Art in the Streets from Levi's Film Workshop on Vimeo.


OUTSIDE IN: The Story of Art in the Streets

A Film by Alex Stapleton

Trailer by Trailer Park

OUTSIDE IN is a celebratory and historical look at street art and graffiti through the lens of the Museum of Contemporary Art's groundbreaking exhibition Art in the Streets. The film features renowned artists Shepard Fairey, Lee QuiƱones, Swoon, Futura, Mister Cartoon, Revok, Martha Cooper, Invader to name a few. Director Alex Stapleton (Corman's World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel) documents the artist's creative process, their pitfalls with the law, the poetic impermanence of their craft and the artists' evolution from the back seat of a cop car to the walls of a well-respected institution.

Filmed at The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (MOCA) in conjunction with the exhibition Art in the Streets -

Real Doll!

Her lips are full and pink. Her teal green eyes are intense and inviting. Her black eyeliner accentuates her high cheekbones and her strawberry hair complements her light African skin. Her metallic halter dress holds her supple thighs and pushes on her round breast. She is the result of careful attention and workmanship. When you see her up close, you can’t help but stare. At $6000, she’s certainly not a cheap date. For creator, Matt McMullen, she's a work of art. For everyone else, she's a Real Doll.