“Chanel Milky Way” at Scope Art Show, NYC 03/19/2014
Original Post SocietePerrier.com
“We All Gotta Die” Remix by Scientist 02/28/2014
The Crystal Antlers and I created a video for their new single
“We All Gotta Die” (Remix version by the legendary Dub forefather – Scientist). The video was inspired by living in our increasingly toxic & radioactive world – shot by myself, Mary Bell, and Jonny Bell in and around Los Angeles – edited by Forrest Borie.
Los Angeles Magazine 01/18/2014
STREET ART SPOTTER: SKULLPHONE CALLED IT
Back in 1999, Skullphone wheatpasted his way through Los Angeles and New York. It looks like he’s back—and better than ever.
Original Post by Los Angeles Magazine January 15, 2014
Skullphone first appeared in the late 1990s and his eerily prescient image of a skull holding a cellphone became an indelible on city streets. We’ve come a long way technologically; the newest smart phones, with their opportunities to stay constantly connected, are addictive. And it’s only going to get worse. Skullphone called it.
Skullphone is always looking to make a statement. He caused a stir in 2008 when he was thought to have hacked a digital billboard. No one knows what really happened, and that’s part of Skullphone’s mystique. His work has begun showing up again in its most original form, wheatpaste. This may be timed to his limited edition shoe release with Volcom, but we can’t say for certain.
Skullphone is an L.A.-based artist who makes sure to give the East Coast equal love.
On Melrose Avenue just west of Orlando on the way to Alfred Coffee.
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Original Post by Hypebeast.com on January 7, 2014
Volcom recently collaborated with LA-based artist Skullphone to produce a special edition shoe. Limited to a production of only 400 pairs, the shoe features an upper crafted out of water-resistant black full-grain leather and a molded Recliner Comfort Foam in-sock. Opting to maintain a more understated appearance, the visual contribution by Skullphone, who gained notoriety during the late ’90s for his iconic graphic, is kept small and tucked away appearing as a single stamp on the heel, printed on the liner and covering the custom printed outsole track.
The shoe is now available for purchase through select Volcom retail outlets in the U.S. and Japan, and online through Volcom’s online store.