Most of us usually just grab a cup of coffee in the morning and then head on to work. The coffee is just something we drink, until it's finished or it's too cold and then we throw it away. I think attempting to take coffee from mundane status of "necessity" to that of an accessory, or even to the status of companion, might turn out to be a big trend-right now-and for the rest of 2010. Stop this vicious cycle of blind consumption and practice cultural eco-ism. Take your cup of coffee to nature, and other places where you normally wouldn't go with your to-go cup, like a construction site: by doing so we extend the cultural life of our coffee, it's like lifestyle recycling.
Wednesday, March 24, 2010
Thursday, March 18, 2010
Have you guys ever heard of this street art thing? It's a new form of an art movement that takes place in the streets. Anyways it's very cool and cutting edge and one of my favorite artist, Donny Miller, is all about it. After you check out this blog, check out his site and art. We heart street art and Donnie and all his art and art in general. Thanks.
Wednesday, March 10, 2010
We've lost another style icon folks. Sad, but true. If you haven't seen the life changing documentary "Me, Myself, and I," you are missing a truly amazing cinematic achievement. Corey Haim pulled off the 80's look, to the T, and without him its hard to imagine where retailers like American Apparel would be. In fact without him, I feel lost-like a part of me has died. Tonight I am going to buy an 8 ball and ask this chic I know if I can have a handful of xanax and vicodin. After consumption I will spend the rest of the night in front of the mirror practicing my side/smirk/smile and remember the horribly depressing and inspiring life of Corey Haim.
Tuesday, March 9, 2010
Sorry for any delay in posts. And regret keeping any of you waiting. It's been difficult lately, and I have been irregular so I apologize. I promise to be more regular from now on, and I plan to live my life accordingly so that I can accomplish that.