shipping Fab orders out!

shipping Fab orders out!

new sale on thefoundary.com ! ends Wednesday at midnight  (Taken with Instagram)

new sale on thefoundary.com ! ends Wednesday at midnight (Taken with Instagram)

FAB X THE COOLER 30% OFF FLASH SALE! STARTS THIS SUNDAY! ONLY ON FAB.COM

FAB X THE COOLER 30% OFF FLASH SALE! STARTS THIS SUNDAY! ONLY ON FAB.COM

M.I.A. – Bad Girls (Urban Noize Remix)
Urban Noize is back with another installation of their weekly remix series, this time bringing us M.I.A.’s single “Bad Girls” remixed to the minor key and orchestral arrangement of the ever-popular “Requiem for a Dream” by Lux Aeterna. It gives the track a significantly more sinister overtone, somewhat underscoring the look and feel of the original. When you’re done listening, don’t forget to grab the mp3 for free downloadhere.

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Banksy Unveils New Paintings

Famed Bristol artist Banksy – known primarily for his works that treat the global terrain as his playground – has unveiled a series of new works that utilize the canvas. Dubbed titles like BallerinaLifestyle Out of Order and Parliament, his signature humor and sharp as a razor’s edge wit is prominently on display. While he will probably always be most known for his stencil work, it’s clear that Banksy is quite comfortable using more traditional means of expression that still have that cutting edge execution that has made him one of the biggest figures in all of art.

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Lupe Fiasco – Around My Way (Freedom Ain’t Free)

After receiving the cover art as well as getting an audio snippet, Lupe delivers the full drop to “Around My Way (Freedom Ain’t Free).” The heavily sampled cut is an undeniably smooth delivery, which expectantly highlights the political artist speaking on some heavy matters. Regardless, Lupe’s flow is on point, but we have a feeling that some people will not be too happy with the reworking. Do you think he did it justice? Food & Liquor 2: The Great American Rap Album comes later this year.

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NAS for Complex Magazine

NAS for Complex Magazine

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"Substance" on SALE now! Check out thecoolercollective.com for the sale. #thecooler #sale #tshirts #design (Taken with instagram)

"Substance" on SALE now! Check out thecoolercollective.com for the sale. #thecooler #sale #tshirts #design (Taken with instagram)

THE COOLER IS HAVING A SALE! UP TO 40% OFF! SHOP NOW!

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Sever’s Predicted Death of Street Art Mural in Detroit
Originally shared via the Instagram feed of SABER, artist Sever looks to have been hard at work on a mural that pays a tongue-in-cheek tribute to other street art giants including Shepard Fairey, Futura, KAWS, Barry McGee and Os Gemeos. The mural shows the crew toting a casket branded with the insignia, “STREET ART.” Each persona is seemingly dressed in business attire suits as they cart the oversized casket.
Source: 12ozProphet.com

Sever’s Predicted Death of Street Art Mural in Detroit


Originally shared via the Instagram feed of SABER, artist Sever looks to have been hard at work on a mural that pays a tongue-in-cheek tribute to other street art giants including Shepard Fairey, Futura, KAWS, Barry McGee and Os Gemeos. The mural shows the crew toting a casket branded with the insignia, “STREET ART.” Each persona is seemingly dressed in business attire suits as they cart the oversized casket.

Source: 12ozProphet.com

Music video by A$AP Rocky performing Goldie. Gyeaaaaah!

Steve Jobs The Lost Interview Trailer

In 1995, during the making of his TV series Triumph of the Nerds about the birth of the PC, Bob Cringely did a memorable hour-long interview with Steve Jobs.

It was 10 years since Jobs had left Apple following a bruising struggle with John Sculley, the CEO he had brought into the company. At the time of the interview Jobs was running NeXT, the niche computer company he had founded after leaving Apple.

During the interview, Jobs was at his charismatic best — witty, outspoken, visionary. In the end, only a part of the interview was used in the series and the rest was thought lost. But recently a VHS copy was found in the series director’s garage. Now, cleaned up with modern technology, and put into context by Cringely, the entire interview will be screened in Landmark Theatres.

In the interview Jobs talks about his pioneering days with Steve Wozniak, when they built a Blue Box and phoned the Pope; how they — “two guys who didn’t know much” — assembled the first Apple computer and went on to found the Apple company. “I was worth around a million dollars when I was 23, over 10 million dollars when I was 24 and over 100 million dollars when I was 25 — and it wasn’t really important!” Jobs recalls the visits he made to Xerox Palo Alto Research Center and how it inspired the making of the Macintosh, the world’s first modern PC, when he was “on a mission from God to save Apple.” He talks frankly and sadly about his enforced departure from Apple and explains what he is doing at NeXT (which he would soon sell to Apple and whose software would then be at the heart of the first iMac’s operating system). Finally in spell-binding terms, he offers his vision of a digital future — a world of wonderful products created by artists and poets.

It is an interview that reveals the burning passion of Steve Jobs, a passion that would go on to give us the iMac, the iPod, the iPhone and the iPad. As a tribute to an amazing man, Landmark is proud to be screening Steve Jobs — the Lost Interview.