Prague-based artist Jakub Geltner has been installing clusters of surveillance equipment in random places since 2011. See more images from the most recent seaside installation as well as a selection from Geltner’s Nests series below.
Next Saturday is our SPORTS DAY event at China Creek Park! We’re teaming up with our friends at lululemon lab, Juice Truck, Tight Club, Culver City Salads, and Distrikt Movement to put on a really fun summer event!
Each of us is organizing a classic sports day game, and Booooooom’s game is gonna be a special version of Kickball! So get a friend, or two, or a whole bunch to sign up for a team. It doesn’t actually matter what neighbourhood you’re from as we’ve realised there are lots of people from other areas (shoutout to Richmond) who want to play!
With your ticket you get: a salad, a juice, 2 beers, and compete in all the games! Come play Kickball and hang out!
Kendrick Lamar gets an absolute masterpiece from director Colin Tilley for his latest release, “Alright”. The striking visuals poetically address gun violence, police brutality, and the possibility of peace in these times, a recurring theme on his album, To Pimp a Butterfly.
This video and his show-stopping performance at the BET Awards (see here, watch till the end) are exactly what has been missing in mainstream hip hop for so long. It’s exciting to see a conscious artist making powerful music on the largest stage.
Watch the provocative video for “Alright” below.
Hosted by Chris Pastras and presented by Richer Poorer, the second instalment of Monster Children’s Table Talk series features Los Angeles-based artist Geoff McFetridge, who gives them an all-access pass to his studio and insight into his creative process. Watch the full video below!
Directed by Salomon Ligthelm, Rocket Wars tells the story of a centuries-old rivalry between the parishioners of two Greek Orthodox churches, played out with homemade rockets. Super slow build with epic payoff. Check out Rocket Wars below!