Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Happy Birthday Lil Charnier!!!

8 years old already!
And what do you want for your birthday, young man?
"A laptop and bike..."

"...Construction Tims..."

"...And rock star swag!!!"

I guess it doesn't hurt to be FLY early :-) Happy Birthday Lil Me!!!

Viva Los Treps!!!

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Free Shows...Who's Comin' With?

Tomorrow night Curren$y, Freddie Gibbs (Indiana stand up!), Aloe Blacc, Cory Gunz Skotch Davis and more...

Then Friday, Mannie Fresh and Just Blaze (arguably two of the best producers who are NOT wack) join forces with the good people from FOOLS GOLD and LTDmag to bring a holiday party for the ages!

Both for free .99, who's comin' with...?

Viva Los Treps!!!

Sunday, December 5, 2010

Danny Brown x Smoke Dza = M.I.F.W. (music I fux wit)

Good Shit, Brothers!

Viva Los Treps!!!

40 Oz. Van = Online Crack!!!

If you like this:

or this:

or this:

Check this: 40oz. Van

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Ceramic Dunks by Kang S. Lee = HARDBODY KARATE!!!

Kang S. Lee is a Korean born artist, living and working in Mexico City, Mexico. He makes his sculptures from size 41 Nike Dunk molds (in sets of 10). Here's what the artist has to say about the series entitled "sneakers in ceramics":
"Sneakers are one of the most exciting and fast-changing phenomena in youth culture today. Sneakers moved out of the world of sports and became part of pop culture, as well as street and high fashion. They have also earned cult status among the serious wearers and collectors, followed by a series of limited editions, collaborations between sport-shoe companies, and designer / artists.
My sneaker project, modeled from a limited edition of Nike Dunk from my own collection, participates in the urban sneaker culture through the creative possibilities of the sneaker-form. It also challenges its extremely fast-changing and fame focused scene by using ceramics, one of the most traditional and labor-intensive mediums. Viewers will be able to enjoy the details and patterns on the ceramic sneakers, whilst being able to question what is behind the form by observing the various deformations of the pieces that often engage our emotions."


Viva Los Treps!!!