My new all time crush! Beautifuly shot, and very sexy thanks to Iesha Mariee! I don’t want to write a long synopsis, I’ll just shut up and let you enjoy the glory that is Iesha!
Brooklyn street dancers converge on the D.R.E.A.M. competition. Find out why D.R.E.A.M. stands for Dance Rules Everything Around Me and see the inner workings through the lens of Regg, (D.R.E.A.M. founder and OG Flex dancer). The finest flex dancers display the different moves that make up flex … until a street fight threatens the whole operation.
Join Thrash Lab as they visit the CIA – The California Institute of Abnormalarts – they are helping to keep the culture of the freakshow alive!! Carl Crew, owner and founder of the CIA opens his doors for us and introduces to us some the best abnormal performance artists he has seen take the stage at the CIA.
This is really dope on so many levels. Lately I’ve realized the realvalue in doing what you love and really going for it. Making a living sharing your passion with the world. A place like CIA is really needed in the world.
What a dope project!! The video was very insightful, we tend to only see the end result, if even we end up so lucky. Theres so much that goes into large projects, and I’ve had huge head aches and sleepless nights and I’m super small time. I can’t imagine what went into making this happen. What eve it was, I’m grateful! Enjoy!
Canadian lifestyle brand Pardon Le Dopeness presents an exclusive behind the scenes look at the photo shoot for their newest installment. Soundtrack Performed by Lemon – “Bang Bang” Production by Sean Fisher Cover of “Bang Bang” by Cher.
PLD is a dope lifestyle brand out of Toronto, one of the owners is a graffiti writer that really be out chea lol! I’m proud to see big things happen for them! I’m definitely inspired by them and they stay putting out quality and really cool designs out.
Peep game www.pardonledopeness.com
In this episode of Subculture Club Trasher Lab takes you to the studio, the warehouse, the party, the home and the private office space of some of the most influential screen printers in Los Angeles, California. You have seen their posters, their t-shirts and their prints all over your city. Now get an intimate look into the art, the inspirations and the business behind screen printing.
The Few&Far ladies painted, skated and partied their way from Sacramento, San Francisco, LA, San Diego down to Tijuana Mexico.
I love this, it’s no secret Bubz loves women! But powerful, talented women, and beautiful women like the ladies of Few&Far I really love!! I think this crew is really needed in the graffiti world, the world in general. I have women tell me often that they want to get into graffiti but their too intimidated, I’m constantly name dropping and putting them at easy, so I’m glad I have this to post on BMB! Enjoy!
Daim is a ground breaking artist to me. Anybody who’s into graffiti and s put on to Daim tries to do his style one way or another. I won’t front, I tried but it really wasn’t my lane, I quickly learned that some things belong to the owners and creators. But what he did teach me was to pay attention to detail and just because I use a spray can doesn’t mean I can’t be photo realistic.
Enjoy the video!
This film meets Ricky Powell, a native New Yorker whose photographs of iconic people such as the Beastie Boys, Keith Haring and Cindy Crawford made him a pivotal figure in the downtown party scene during the ’80s and ’90s.
Now 50, Ricky’s lust for photography and music is still strong. Through his eccentricities such as his love for a transistor radio and feeding squirrels in the park, we gain an insight into his everyday life. Retrospective of New York City and how it has changed over his lifetime, he shows us around the city and contemplates what the future holds.
Los Angeles native: Never. This artist shares his insight about graffiti, murals, and bombing using Fresh Paint and Iconic imagery from the west coast. Never puts it down for every graffiti artist who wants to do Land mark murals and go down in history. NEVER-SPV-CULT 2012