Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Come Play With Us ll

It turns out the folks at Fantastic Fest had a Halloween Party at the Timberline Lodge. The placed they filmed The Shining at. They also had a silkscreen poster contest of sorts. Here's some of the results:

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

SC24 Drape Puller

Animatic rough here:

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Northern Soul Mix Vol. 2

Can be heard here!

Track Listing:

Agent Double-O Soul- Edwin Starr
Put Yourself In My Place- The Elgins
Band of Gold- Freda Payn
Run Baby Run- The Newbeats
What Does It Take To Win Your Love- Jnr Walker
One More Chance- The Outer Limits
Vehicle- Ides Of March
The Champion- Willie Mitchell
Girls It Ain't Easy- The Honey Comb
Nothing But a Heartache- The Flirtations
Shotgun Wedding- Roy
Ten Miles High- David & The Giants
I Surrender- Eddie Holman
Get On Up And Get Away- The Esquires
Seven Days Too Long- Chuck Wood
What's Happening Theme
Time Is Tight- Booker T and the MG's
There's A Ghost In My House - R Dean Taylor
Barefootin- Lester Young
What- Judy Street
Can't Give Up- Johnny Taylor
Right Back Where We Started From- Maxine Nightingale

Saturday, October 13, 2012

APE Convention 2012!

Getting set-up! More pics to come!

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

The Art Of True Living

I found this small booklet at either a book store or garage sale, I don't really remember. It's from the 1930's, for a meditation and metephysical goup called The Institute of Mental Physics. It was headed by Edwin Dingle who was one of the first folks to introduce this sort of thing to the US.

It's indicitive on where LA got it's new age reputation as being a place where folks from wherever could come and try something new. Literally. This sort of Tibetan mysticism must have seemed like it was from Mars back then.

The group has since relocated the Joshua Tree and the building is now housed by a Korean Presbyterian Church.

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

SP One aka Greg LaMarche

One of my heroes, the man behind Styles For Miles/ Skills Magazine (the first graffiti magazine I ever got my mitts on), and general Boston area OG Greg LaMarche is interviewed here. Guys like Greg are one of the reasons I do what it is I do: