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May 28th
1:14 AM
the Germs. 

the Germs. 

1:04 AM
flowerscrackconcrete:

Violent Femmes

germs tee. 

flowerscrackconcrete:

Violent Femmes

germs tee. 

(via ghaas)

1:02 AM
suicidewatch:

Penelope Houston, The Avenegers

suicidewatch:

Penelope Houston, The Avenegers

1:00 AM

juliavickerman:

David Lynch: Where do ideas come from? (by BAMorg)

take notes. 

12:57 AM
suicidewatch:

The Replacements, 1983

suicidewatch:

The Replacements, 1983

12:56 AM
ryanadyputra:

ANNOUNCING THINK TANK’S SUMMER 2014 SHOW - CHILLED AIR
CHILLED AIR is a group art exhibition using art to create an experience that is intellectually and physically stimulating for the viewer, drawing inspiration from how movie theaters operated during the Great Depression. In the 30s, the US experienced the worst economic and environmental disaster in its history. The Great Depression ravaged the country’s economy while its landscape was destroyed by the Dust Bowl.
With little to no job opportunities and a severe drought in full effect, there wasn’t much hope to be found in everyday life. While many industries collapsed during this time, movie theatres flourished because they were able to provide people with things they desperately needed: hope, the rare moment away from unrelenting heat in an air conditioned building, and a platform for the exchange of new ideas.
CHILLED AIR takes place amidst what might become the biggest economic catastrophe of our time. The Skate Art Park is our modern day movie theatre, providing physical and creative stimulus for contemporary viewers, featuring works by individual artists in a variety of mediums including video – some who also teamed up with Keen Ramps to a build the collaborative skate park installation. The show will open on Go Skateboarding Day, will be free to the public, and will remain open as the only evening skate park on the east side for its three-week run time.
Come down to Think Tank Gallery on June 21st, Go Skateboarding Day, to look at some art, skate around, listen to live music by Yarrow Slaps, Luke Pelletier and more, and escape the LA heat! RSVP HERE! Opening Saturday, June 21st 2014 from 7PM - 12AM
939 Maple Ave, Second Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90015
Show Runs June 21st – July 12th, 2014
Artists: Michael Hsiung - Jeffery Kubasak - Philip Morgan - Luke Pelletier - Austin England - Teddy Kelly - Michael Sieben - Yarrow Slaps - Miles Jackson - John F. Malta - Ben Jensen – Sheryo - The Yok - Dillon Froelich - Timothy Olson - Bryan Peterson - Nathan Brown - Russ Pope - Kristen M Liu - Brian Smith - Egan Franks - Scott Teplin - Sophie Roach - Ashley Niven - Ally Atchison - Christian Stearry - Clint Peterson - Eric McHenry - Ryan Ady Putra
Curated by Austin England & Luke Pelletier Sponsored by Keen Ramps

trippin. 

ryanadyputra:

ANNOUNCING THINK TANK’S SUMMER 2014 SHOW - CHILLED AIR

CHILLED AIR is a group art exhibition using art to create an experience that is intellectually and physically stimulating for the viewer, drawing inspiration from how movie theaters operated during the Great Depression. In the 30s, the US experienced the worst economic and environmental disaster in its history. The Great Depression ravaged the country’s economy while its landscape was destroyed by the Dust Bowl.

With little to no job opportunities and a severe drought in full effect, there wasn’t much hope to be found in everyday life. While many industries collapsed during this time, movie theatres flourished because they were able to provide people with things they desperately needed: hope, the rare moment away from unrelenting heat in an air conditioned building, and a platform for the exchange of new ideas.

CHILLED AIR takes place amidst what might become the biggest economic catastrophe of our time. The Skate Art Park is our modern day movie theatre, providing physical and creative stimulus for contemporary viewers, featuring works by individual artists in a variety of mediums including video – some who also teamed up with Keen Ramps to a build the collaborative skate park installation. The show will open on Go Skateboarding Day, will be free to the public, and will remain open as the only evening skate park on the east side for its three-week run time.

Come down to Think Tank Gallery on June 21st, Go Skateboarding Day, to look at some art, skate around, listen to live music by Yarrow Slaps, Luke Pelletier and more, and escape the LA heat!
RSVP HERE!
Opening Saturday, June 21st 2014 from 7PM - 12AM

939 Maple Ave, Second Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90015

Show Runs June 21st – July 12th, 2014

Artists:
Michael Hsiung - Jeffery Kubasak - Philip Morgan - Luke Pelletier - Austin England - Teddy Kelly - Michael Sieben - Yarrow Slaps - Miles Jackson - John F. Malta - Ben Jensen – Sheryo - The Yok - Dillon Froelich - Timothy Olson - Bryan Peterson - Nathan Brown - Russ Pope - Kristen M Liu - Brian Smith - Egan Franks - Scott Teplin - Sophie Roach - Ashley Niven - Ally Atchison - Christian Stearry - Clint Peterson - Eric McHenry - Ryan Ady Putra

Curated by Austin England & Luke Pelletier
Sponsored by Keen Ramps

trippin. 

12:55 AM
digitaltemplemagazine:

Marbré.

decks. 

digitaltemplemagazine:

Marbré.

decks. 

(via nicoleeliet)

12:37 AM
12:31 AM
now on hardcover. 

now on hardcover. 

(Source: skeletonsdance, via nicoleeliet)

12:26 AM

rubinrecommends:

off of Zentropy.

sweet jams for birth daze.