Joshua Callaghan and His Invisible Urban Street Art

Have you ever noticed those ubiquitous, unsightly utility boxes located in cities and towns? I’m talking about the gray ones usually seen on the corners of intersections and plastered with bad graffiti and/or Kerry/Edwards ‘04 bumper stickers. Well, their existence as we know it could soon change. A man by the name of Joshua Callaghan is on a mission to transform these hideous boxes into works of urban art.

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Beautiful/Decay Releases New Pieces to Fall 2008 Lineup

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On Tuesday, Los Angeles based clothing company Beautiful/Decay unveiled three new Artists Series Apparel t-shirts. Two of these designs came from typographical wizard Alex Trochut. The third is a Sentimental Soycheese mandalic homage to the coming of the apocalypse (according to the Mayan calendar) in 2012.
Also released this week, were four new designs (including the “Kobe” for girls) from Aya Kato’s fantastical, Japanese-manga-meets-French-art-noveau magical mind. The patterns and designs on these shirts are sick.

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Mixtape Mondays: The Hood Internet The Mixtape Volume Three

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Well what do you know, it’s that time of the week again. Let me tell you, you’re in for a treat. (Not that you aren’t every other Monday.) The guys behind The Hood Internet have made it on our weekly segment once again; they are quickly becoming one of our favorite mixtape producers. On The Mixtape Volume Three, the boys mix everything from Pimp C to Xiu Xiu to MSTRKRFT.

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Diplo and the Mad Decent Crew Take Cambridge & Boston by Storm

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Sweaty, drunken teen girls bumping and grinding with a giant slice of cheese pizza on a stage is usually something that only occurs in the most bizarre of fantasies. But, on Friday October 17th, Diplo and the Mad Decent crew (shoutout to Pizzaboy) made this a glorious reality.

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