Friday, July 31, 2009

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Sunday, July 26, 2009

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Street Science 2009 Battles Between Generations

A B-Boy competition at the 2nd annual Street Science festival in Rotterdam saw 8-9 year olds giving the oldies a run for their money!
More pics and info @ Martha Cooper

Monday, July 20, 2009

Sunday, July 19, 2009

Cartier: Born in the Streets – Graffiti

Interesting show in Paris at the moment by Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain tracking the history of graffiti and an informative article about it in the Financial Times
Pic and info via: Mare139

Saturday, July 18, 2009

The Arab Parrot

You gotta love love this guys steez as he goes for the money shot of Paris Hilton, check a film clip here - she doesn't look that bothered!
The Arab Parrot
Pic via: Animal

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Saturday, July 11, 2009

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Babylon free film screening this Sunday!

If ain't seen this film we suggest you do!
Propper 80's London, real dancehall, classic roots reggae.

This month Soul Jazz Records launches the first in a series of FREE classic Reggae film screenings as part of the ever popular 100% DYNAMITE parties on Brick Lane. Then after the film the Soul Jazz Sound System will be playing the finest selection of Reggae, Dancehall, Funk, Soul, Old Skool Jungle and Dubstep dance floor killers across two rooms.

Cafe 1001 is a fantastic, laid-back, warehouse style venue right in the heart of East London with loads of outside tables and a brand new Funktion-One sound system. So get there early and bring your friends to the on-going party that is 100% DYNAMITE - we're there every second Sunday of the month.

This Months Official Film Screening:
Directed by Franco Rosso in 1980, Babylon is a raw and incendiary film employing an effective mix of music and social commentary to recount the everyday experiences of a small group of working class black youths living in South London in the early 1980s.

Driven by a musical score composed and arranged by legendary reggae guitarist, former member of Matumbi and record producer Dennis Bovell, with additional songs by Yabby U, I-Roy, Aswad and many more, Babylon is a brilliant, breathlessly energetic, neo-realist snapshot of what it was like to be young, poor and black in early 1980s Britain. The film is rightly regarded as a cult classic and remains as socially relevant today as when it was made almost 30 years ago.

We will be screening a fully restored and digitally re-mastered copy of the film on a huge cinema screen, coupled with a Funktion-One sound system, in the main room at Cafe 1001 at 2pm. This is an amazing chance to catch a classic piece of UK Reggae history in one of the best screening locations in London. This event is totally FREE so please arrive early to ensure you get a space on the sofas.


2PM - 11PM (SCREENING 2.30)

CAFE 1001
1 Dray walk - 91 Brick Lane - London E1

Thursday, July 09, 2009

INSA x NIKE Exhibition

In 7 days INSA ran the city of east London, painting 35 pieces on route of Charlie Dark's map for The IAM1 Journey Nike Sportswear project. Produced by Protein and documented by INSA's long time collaborator, photographer Ethel, each of the 35 hand painted pieces form one of the centre pieces of INSAs major London solo show for 2009. This IAM1 Journey animation will be deconstructed within the "Looking For Love In All The Wrong Places" show with behind-the-scenes processes alongside the original painted objects that make up the individual frames.

More info at:
Via: Insaland

Thursday, July 02, 2009