Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Cans Festival : London

If you are in London- Peep Stencil Art in all of its glory! It will def. be worth it...

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Out of this world: Sneaker Galaxy

Le Femme Sole Presents:

SNEAKER GALAXY: A Glow-in-the-Dark Charity Art ExhibitFeaturing The Works of 13 Female Street ArtistsThursday, May 1, 2008 @ THE SOHO LOFT 199 Lafeyette Street 3rd FL btwn Spring & Broome Streets7-10PM

Hosted by Roxy Cottontail and DJ Elle

Sponsored by Carmelo AnthonyLimited Tickets Available!Get Yours Now @

info courtesy of FEMALE SNEAKER FIENDS

art on the street: seen in Vienna

Tuesday, April 29, 2008

art on the street: Eine

Carly will be missed!

Last Week American Idol bid a farewell to my favorite contestant Carly Smithson.

I'm now debating whether or not I will continue watching the rest of the season...

Friday, April 25, 2008

Baby Love!

My love for 50s glam is undeniable! Starting May 13 through October 19, the Victoria & Albert Museum in conjunction with the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame will honor the great (non princess) Diana, Mary, and Forence. All of the ever-so-glam threads of the Supremes will be on display for your enjoyment- if you are lucky enough to view!

more info here:

Bomb It: The Global Graffiti Film by Jon Reiss

My Friends at 120z prophet put me on to this Gem!

Tonight at the Cinema Village (NYC) - you can peep the documentary for BOMB IT. Taking an in depth look at graff on a global scale- the film discusses everything from some of the best artists currently out there to the societal concerns about this beautiful art form. Jon Reiss recently gave an extensive interview with Daily News regarding the purpose and production of the film. Check out the trailer below:

Rad Shit: Chest of Drawers

cute & functional. I would put this ... somewhere in my apartment, just not sure where?!
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Rad Shit: Kohler Sinks

Scultural & Artistic- nods to: the Kohler Karbon Articulating Kitchen Faucet. Futuristic in its look, and super functional! Karbn's clever engineering allows the faucet to hold any pose.

"It’s great for filling large pots, pulling down into the sink to prepare food, and tucking away out of the way when it’s not in use."

art on the street: Remade in Italy

For milan design week, ‘remade in italy’ displayed works at the Torre Branca in an effort to showcase designs which prove the viability of using recycled materials. The works on display demonstrate the ability to give new life to old things and create objects which are both sustainable and functional. Green Power!

artist spotlight: Pablo Reinoso

Recently spotted at the Carpenters Workshop Gallery in west London were these incredible spaghetti-like benches! Enjoy*

Play Time!

Who said you can't play with your food? & I would debate that.

Created by a husband and wife team with three kids (enough said!) they have brought you some of the most playful eating utensils you have ever seen! The set includes a “Fork Lift” Fork (how friggin' clever!). Lightweight & built to handle any dishwasher...your kids will soon be begging for dinnertime fun.

Constructive Eating Utensils are $19.95 and available on

Perks of Recycling..

Had a kick ass house party & don't know what to do with all those empty bottles hangign around your crib? Well- I wouldn't suggest making this yourself, but here is a kick ass idea-
This fresh and innovative coat rack features the top portions of wine bottles rescued before they went to a landfill. Chic, Resourceful & Simple!

Monday, April 14, 2008

Lupe Fiasco "“Paris Tokyo”

How many times can you spot his love for Goyard? hmmm...

art on the street: slowmotionlandscape

i'm a fan & now you will be too:

artist spotlight: Judith Supine

A personal fave of the Dey Lah Sole world... Judith Supine!
If you're in the New York area, check out Judith Supine's first New York solo exhibition, "Dirt Mansion" at the English Kills Gallery in Brooklyn.

Having been comparable to Faile and Banksy- Judith has taken over a warehouse deep in the heart of Bushwick for a complete art experience. Judiths work includes: large scale pieces and 3D sculpture.
Do not miss out!

You spin me round round round

Twist the top row, and the display changes between time, temperature, alarm or date, so you're always just one turn away from exactly what you need. Requires one AA battery

Monday, April 7, 2008

artist spotlight: Yorgo

New School Skates

For $425 bucks you can get the Skorpion Quadline Roller Skate collaboration with Emporio Armani. The skates feature an adjustable footplate that fits virtually any type of footwear and “Quadcoil” springs for maneuvering and control.

Rad Shit: Blythe Plush Toys

Textile artist Blythe Church has just revealed a sneak preview of her latest creations which she’s preparing to show at her upcoming show “The Pitch of the Stitch”.

art on the street: Duster / Paris

Thursday, April 3, 2008

Concert Alert: Virgin Mobile

The third Virgin Mobile Festival, is being held August 9-10 at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, Maryland. Headliners include- Foo Fighters, Jack Johnson, Kanye West, Nine Inch Nails and Stone Temple Pilots.

The interesting part about all of this is- It is one of the largest 'green' music festivals in the States. While there may be a lot green in the audience- Virgin Mobile hosts a wonderfully eco-friendly event that's light on carbon impact but heavy on the rock and roll.

check out the official festival website at- - to sign up for news and updates.

yesterday's news

Edwin Freeman AKA Billy-D for has been hired by Fox Searchlight to play the role of Mister Cee in the upcoming "biopic Notorious," a movie based on the life and death of Christopher Wallace AKA The Notorious B.I.G.

Also starring in the film: Angela Bassett as Voletta Wallace (she will always be Tina to me daamit!!! and Michael Jackson's momma), Derek Luke as Puff Daddy (BIG compliment to puff here), Anthony Mackie as Tupac Shakur and Jamal Woolard as The Notorious B.I.G.

Notorious began filming last month and is slated for a 2009 release.

Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Saturn Bath

I really love this color & design

this deservese to be a little clocky

How many times have you been late to work/school beacuse you've unknowinlgy hit the snooze button in your zombie-like state of mind? This alarm clock runs away and hides to get you out of bed. Initially "Clocky" gives you one chance to get up, But if you snooze- it will roll off your nightstand and wheel around your room looking for a place to hide, beeping all the while....forcing you to get out of bed to silence the alarm.
$65 and offered in assorted colors

smart designs

Red Dot design nominees (just a few)