Our Black Friday online sale went live a day early. Happy Thanksgiving! Hit the link to save now. SHOP
In collaboration with the homie Benny DIAR we release a few more “Dedicated” T-Shirts in the San Jose Sharks, San Francisco 49er’s & the Oakland Raiders color ways. We also released a hoodie featuring the Sean Barton ‘Benny DIAR” logo and a T-Shirt featuring Benny’s and our Header logo. All items are available in the ONLINE STORE.
Empire Seven Studios will be hosting the first annual, Benny Diar Black Friday sale in San Jose, CA. The event will begin at 10am and will continue until 2pm but arrive early and receive a free copy of CLOUT Magazine issue 12 and some stickers with every purchase. Most item’s will be marked down by 50% or more including but not limited to snapbacks, t-shirts, and posters. There will also be a few bins with tee’s and fitted’s marked down to only $10.00. We will also be honoring these prices in our online shop as well. All proceeds from in store and online sales will go towards Benny’s well being. Benny was paralyzed in an automobile accident in 2008. Empire Seven is located at 525 N. 7th St. San Jose, CA 95112.
“SHIA LABEOUF” is a song by Rob Cantor. It tells the true story of an actual cannibal.
UTAH, ETHER and NOKIER make the North African country of Tunisia their latest spraycation destination. In the capital city of Tunis they explore the local streets and train yards, covering everything in their path with their signature approach to vandalism.
I sat down with Jesus Cadena and conducted a quick Q & A to get you a little more familiar with him, his work and his upcoming show. Continue on for the full read.
From The Rails To The Walls, a series of hand made boxcars is a solo showing of two series of rolling stock made by Jesus Cadena. The show is Saturday Nov. 15th, from 7 to 10pm at “The Cannery” gallery located 401 E. Taylor St at Cannery Park in San Jose’s Japan Town.
Tell the readers a little about your self and your work.
I was born in Santa Clara and lived there until I was 15 years old. My father was an engineer for a company called Versatec, who made blue print plotters. My father has always been a great influence on my work. I remember as a kid he would take me to work with him on the weekends and would show me the production floor and explain how things were built. This was important for me because it taught me about how thing were made from a different point of view. Not only did I get influence from my father but also, my mother was well. The desire to improve my artistic abilities came from my mother, who was always pretty crafty, drawing and making things, in which resulted in the development of my technical approach to art. MORE
Paper Magazine just released a few more visuals from their No Filter article on Kim Kardashian in the “Break The Internet Kim Kardashian’ issue. The new images are definitely NSFW so hit the jump and enjoy.