Represent home plate and/or that hip southern city you love to party in and the ragin' kids that live there with this stealie featuring the Richmond, VA skyline and James River 13 point lightning bolt. This was a collaboration with Devon Brown (Dee Brizzle), hense the Roots Vision DEEsign at the bottom. They're about 4x5 inches and comes in packs of 5. This is quite possibly a limited edition, so once they're gone, their gone!
The Deep End Of Swagville The blog of Art World aficionado Maria Kazantzis has the header "Inspirational goodies of people, their fashion and music. A triad of art expressed through a colorful current of visual nonsense. Pensive, yet quality material... cause everyone could use a little swagger." In it she explores the creative expression of our beloved little sub/counterculture (whatever it is) and more.
She has written about GLK and posted the 3rd series and she asked me for an Artist's Bio which I found funny but obliged. You can read that here: Ed Wardo, Arteest. Go check her blog out. It might be a good place to keep up with the creative endevors of some people you have things in common with.
In case you've never heard of christwire.org it is a satiricle "christian" "news" website kind of like a fundy Christian version of the Onion. A couple of weeks ago "Stevenson Billings" (Investigative Journalist, Motivational Children's Party Entertainer and Antique Soda Bottle Collector all in one special, blessed package!) Posted an article called Just say no to The Phish causing quite the stir on PT and the Phish community in general. It starts off almost believably as the rantings of one of those "rock and roll is the devil's music" types. but quickly degenerates to such gems as
which only someone on the inside of this sccene would even think to write. Or even more hilariously (maybe) check this out:
"Hedonism continues unabated in the parking lots after these shows. The band pays for tanks of hospital nitrous oxide to be wheeled out so that the hordes of regulars struggling with their symptoms of withdrawal can be managed."
"One area of this culture that demands closer inspection is The Phish’s involvement in cybercrime. It may explain the tremendous growth of their empire and how these endless tours are financed. A few years back, investigators noticed a new type of theft across the internet. In a secret nod to this rock band, it was named “Phishing” and involved high tech identity fraud. The people behind it often dig through household garbage, looking for any documents that contain