Jason “Jay Shells” Shelowitz is a creative jack-of-all-trades, if you will. Dabbling in all sorts of artistic mediums—from acrylic, to spray paint, to graphic design, to silk screening—Jason’s artistic expression knows no boundaries, even if that sometimes means breaking the law.
We kicked off the Art Basel Miami weekend by inviting FRANK familia over for a session hosted by Hennessy Black mixologist Joseph Solis.
For this weeks Dig Dug collumn Corbet Rutzer dusts off another vintage record, "Rose Garden."
This photo book depicts several eras of French culture that we have so often romanticized—from the old days of the Parisian red light district of Pigalle to lifestyle photos and art, with this book our friends have given us a comprehensive look at their childhood neighborhood.
On August 6, 2010, I showcased a collection of paintings called The Urban Equestrian collection. The inspiration for these paintings actually came from a record cover in a friends stash 11 years prior.
Queens O.G. and NYC nightlife heavyweight Despot shares his ten tracks to turn up your Monday.
I was on a solo mission with a freshness and curiosity for the world. That curiosity encouraged me to see and learn even more, and made the Porte de Clignancourt market the go-to spot for my ass to escape the bourgeoisie scene of Parsons Paris.
During its heyday, Stiltsville provided unique experiences for those who were lucky enough to be invited to visit one of the private homes that rose from Biscayne Bay like awkward surprises in the middle of endless water.
In the land of annoying promoters, cheezy flyers, and over hyped rif-raf parties, there’s an elite group who have surpassed that stage.