Kanye certainly knows how to create a spectacle! He debuted his new song and its accompanying video on Friday night by projecting it on the sides of buildings at 66 locations worldwide. The new song is called “New Slave”, from his highly anticipated album rumored to hit the stores on June 18th. In his new [...]
Post Tagged with: "New York"
DETROIT, MI – For the first time in 17 years, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra will perform at Carnegie Hall in New York.
The DSO, according to its website, will be the first orchestra to ever perform two prog…
Dee Dee has been plastering small wheat paste posters on the walls of New York. His beastly, monochromatic human figures are spray-painted onto a piece of white paper. The artist is hard to locate on the internet. He is a true street artist who expresses himself exclusively on the streets. Without superfluous explanations, his compositions [...]
Keith Haring died from AIDS 23 years ago in New York, but his work still speaks to current affairs. Le Musée d’Art Modern in Paris has just dedicated an exhibit to the oft-politcal late artist, featuring works ranging from his first drawing in 1978 until his last pieces from just before his death in 1989. [...]
Japanese retailer Uniqlo linked up with toothless tongue twister Danny Brown for its latest ad campaign. The short clip below features the Detroit artist talking about his journey as a rapper. Brown remains true to his usual goofiness and tells us a few anecdotes, from the story of his parents meeting each other to his [...]
A couple of weeks back, while opening for Project Pat at Santos Party House, Black Dave’s energy was just what the crowd needed–an energetic East coast flow over bass-driven, down-South production. A precocious character, lively but wise, Black Dave doesn’t seem to have any fear when it comes to chasing his dreams. The visuals that [...]
New York-based street artist Jay Shells has brought hip-hop quotes to everyday life. In conjuction with Animal New York, the extremely site-specific project features official-looking street signs adorned with rap lyrics pertaining to the area. Take a look at a few shots below. Courtesy of Animal.
If you are into pure graffiti you are going to be into John “Crash” Matos. His work is composed of bold lettering and vivid colors. From 1981 to 2013 Crash has been crashing onto our walls, and isn’t stopping any time soon. Born in 1961, John “Crash” Matos was raised in the Bronx, New York, [...]