Back in 2003, Spike Jonze followed around Fatlip (from the Pharcyde) for a few days throughout the streets of Los Angeles. ‘What’s Up Fatlip?’ is a 30 minute short showcasing the life of Fatlip, including: male prostitutes, clown performances, truth behind lyrics, fallout’s with the Pharcyde and much more. Don’t let this one pass you by!
Sarah Eisenlhor makes retro surreal collages using magazines and glue. She gathers inspiration from her personal surroundings and then turns too images from old postcards and magazines. Check out a few from her series “Mapping” below!
Marijke Koger is a multi-talented artists from Amsterdam who designed clothing for The Beatles and Cream, created custom-painted instruments for John Lennon, Eric Clapton and George Harrison, printed posters sold at the counter culture shops of the day and was commissioned as a muralist to exercise her talents in large format for The Beatles’ Apple Boutique on Baker Street. Her talents were discovered by “psychedelic” photographer Karl Ferris in 1966 in a hippie commune in Ibiza, Spain. This discovery led to her becoming one of the founding members of the Dutch design collective known as “The Fool” who created awesome art and became prominent members of the psychedelic art movement.
“The zeitgeist at 1967 was magical. The magician portrayed was symbolic of the illusion of the physical world and our god-given free will to create what we want in life. In hindsight it was a bit naive, the powers of evil don’t let go of their greed easily. At the time it seemed nothing was impossible and there was a genuine belief the world was going to be a better place.” – Marijke Koger
Otto Splotch is a sicko cartoonist based out of New Orleans, Louisiana. He creates demented and warped out characters who are usually either fucking, farting, or getting piss retard drunk. His drawing take you on a psychedelic acid-trip, full on mind-melters. Check out his tumblr for more vomit filled inspiration.
From the pristine shores of Hawaii to the perfect pointbreaks at Jeffrey’s Bay to slabbing barrels in Indonesia and more, Oakley Dispatch: The Movie takes viewers on the road for 12 months with the Oakley Surf Team. Based on the acclaimed Oakley Dispatch Webisode series, the movie features never-before-seen footage that is guaranteed to make you want to surf.
The cast of characters includes the likes of Jordy Smith, Sebastian Zietz, Adam Melling, Bruce Irons, Kolohe Andino and Julian Wilson among others; showcasing the real-life dynamics among the crew and creating a first-hand experience of the exhilaration of chasing the dream.
‘Finally, a brand new mix by the Cowboys from Sweden! This one I’ve actually been sitting on for a few years now believe it or not. In a mostly dark catalog, “Melancholy Suite 70″ is a lighter pop mix from the Cowboys from Sweden. The emphasis here is primarily light and breezy Baroque Pop music from the late 60s and early 70s. As I said before, I’ve been wanting to put together this mix for a few years now, but have continued to be distracted by all of the dark holy grails of European soundtracks, library and popular music. So, it’s a bit of a relief to take a short break from that sound and do something a little less moody for a change. However, I’m already cooking up my next (even darker) Cowboys mix! Hopefully that won’t take as long as this one did. Anyway, here you go, a nice Baroque listen featuring lots of dignified pop obscurities and I’m sure a lot of pop hits as well. Until next time, enjoy!’
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