This past weekend, Miami, Florida’s very own ATOMIKO came through town and exhibited a solo show featuring his iconic street art Orange logo at ‘The Space BK’ in the heart of Red Hook, Brooklyn.
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With the popularity of hip-hop being at an all time high, Holler If Ya Hear Me serves as an educational tool. Most of the musical’s power is in its potential to scratch beyond the surface level recognition that so many middle Americans have of this cultural demographic.
Little Simz is a twenty-year-old rapper from the UK whose work articulates the lifestyle of the young and ambitious, infusing their anxieties and aspirations to the soundscape of soul-trap tracks.
Art…ask me why? Because it’s Thursday evening! I’ve been walking around Downtown NYC, hitting up art openings, for 18 years. Check out the adventures with our artist friends as we hip-hop throughout the art world.
Tupac Shakur’s life has been celebrated in a plethora of publications, albums, countless forms of art—hologram form—and now, Broadway.
This 92-page book is filled with photos of tagged doors from around the city and is the perfect coffee table addition for all of you graf nuts out there.
Tonight at the Ace Hotel downtown, Mint&Serf will have a signing for their first collaborative book, Support, Therapy and Instability.
The crew was rolling with us and after experiencing the vibe, I could definitely get down with The New School.
Tomorrow, Wednesday, June 4th, Calm + Collect is celebrating another milestone: their very first event and guess what, you’ll have the opportunity to go.