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KRINK K-80 Permanent Paint Stick

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KRINK just released their version of the Mean Streak, the K-80 Permanent Paint Stick in five color ways.

The K-80s are solid sticks of opaque paint protected by a durable barrel for clean transportation and easy handling. Writes on most surfaces rough or smooth; wet, oily, or dry; even under water! Colors do not run, fade, peel, chip, or rub off. The K-80 is available in five opaque colors. – KRINK

Hit the link above and pick up a few at 11$ a piece.


Shepard Fairey ‘We Own The Future”

The L.I.S.A. Project NYC and Element Tree presents this video starring Shepard Fairey. “We Own The Future” is the title of the work which involves both the audiovisual work and the piece made by Obey. It is not the first time that the famous street-artist and designer uses this title for a project… Maybe you remember his intervention in Chicago. – MTN WORLD


Digital Does ‘Transition’ Documentary

Follow DOES in this beautifully shot and cut documentary that starts at his career as a soccer star and continues through to his current day activities.

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While You Sleep Episode: Rome

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How Joe from Boston Survives Living on the Streets of NYC

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Litterer Gets Littered On

Karma’s a bitch. Especially when someone catches you littering on camera and decides to do something about it. We don’t know too much about this Russian motorcycle camera footage other than what we see. And what we see is a bunch of people leaving their garbage out on the ground in public for somebody else to pick up only to be confronted by our heroine on a motorcycle. But she doesn’t just say, “Excuse me, you seem to have dropped something.” Not even close. She takes extreme action, making sure to throw that garbage right back in the face of the litterers in order to teach them a lesson. Is this justified? Not sure. But I know it’s super amusing to watch. – Mandatory


Sever For Converse ‘Wall To Wall’


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Where Are They Now? Ft. Old Cartoon Characters

A short story looking at the life of cartoon characters facing reality long after their heyday prime.

Source: Laughing Squid


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