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Kenny Scharf On Getting Arrested, Tagging Cars, And Why He Won't Paint The Cronut

Kenny Scharf On Getting Arrested, Tagging Cars, And Why He Won’t Paint The Cronut

On Friday, July 26th AMPR sent a small coterie of underpaid and presumably underfed freelance journalists to the affluent terrain known as East Hampton to attend the opening of “AMERIKULTURE,” a joint exhibition between former Club 57 regulars Kenny Scharf and deceased photographer Tseng Kwong Chi. The day was marked by a juxtaposition of bohemian...
TRAVEL : DETROIT - DAY ONE x Beers, feet, and smiles.

TRAVEL : DETROIT – DAY ONE x Beers, feet, and smiles.

I went to Detroit & Ypsilanti for two weeks and took more photos than my iPhone’s 16 gb capacity could accomodate…and more than I was willing to upload to my instagram  and facebook too. Soo here they are. A buncha selfie’s, random Detroit ruin, friends, strangers, food, and yea, you get the picture — no pun,...
THAT'S RAD: Kevin Munoz x Graphic Designer/Artist

THAT’S RAD: Kevin Munoz x Graphic Designer/Artist

I met Kevin Munoz during my time in Austin, Texas this past month. I was with Ian and we were looking for the wine that was at the opening, typical. Anyway, Kevin was there, we talked a little about random shit, crackin’ jokes and such and he gave me his card. I checked it out,...
I MADE THIS. YOU PLAY THIS. WE ARE ENEMIES:: VIDEO GAME "ART" OR PRETENTIOUS GARBAGE BY SOME CRAZY DUDE?

I MADE THIS. YOU PLAY THIS. WE ARE ENEMIES:: VIDEO GAME “ART” OR PRETENTIOUS GARBAGE BY SOME CRAZY DUDE?

  –Stephanie Malik The other day my friend Ellen, who is an amazing video games reviewer (no, I’m not biased), showed me what has to be the most bizarre video game I have ever played. It is a free online flash game called I Made This. You Play This. We are Enemies and it is...

two: This Week I’m Into: DFA1979 x Ready To Die x studded things x The Original Polaroid camera

So far this week has been somewhat of a fucking nightmare. My job has been stressful as hell, I’m still tired as shit from raging so hard during SXSW (so worth it), and I’m getting fat (as hell, but I think I’m still happy, I think). Sighs. Complaining is so easy, damn, it sucks. Haha....

Photographer I Love: Stephen Gill

I don’t particularly remember how I came across the work of talented U.K. born photographer Stephen Gill, but I’m sure as hell glad I did. Though all of the work in the his portfolio is interesting and truly intriguing, the work in his series called “Outside In” is what really left me speechless.
River Phoenix + Dan Aykroyd = Thanksgiving.

River Phoenix + Dan Aykroyd = Thanksgiving.

In 1992 before the grand opening of the original House of Blues the venue hosted a Thanksgiving Day dinner for a group of homeless people. The venue was co-founded by Dan Aykroyd and Isaac Tigrett and River Phoenix was one of their first investors. Random as hell, I know, but I unno, it’s kinda a...

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TUNEZ: SILK

Silk is an R&B group who reached the peak of their popularity in the early and late 90s. Known mostly for their “sexy” bedroom loving anthems, Silk has has always been a favorite of mine. Today in fact I listened to my favorite track by Silk titled, “Meeting in My Bedroom” at least 9 to...

TUNEZ: Soulja Boy

I don’t care how old or when this track came out — “She Thirsty” is still a jam! Holy crap, I mean, play this song and tell me you don’t want to just start dancing in a dark club with some random chick…I’m talkin’ bout that grown n sexy type dancin’ — GRINDING!!! And lemme...

Whenever you think about cheating on your “mate”…

I HOPE THIS IMAGE POPS IN YOUR HEAD AND YOU THROW UP ALL OVER THE PLACE. It’s called a Tongue eating louse and it attaches itself to the base of the tongue and fucks yo’ whole shit up! So before you do some late night creepin’ when you already got somebody at home think about...

Lara Stone topless on the cover of French Vogue — owns it.

This is by far one of the most beautiful covers I have seen in a long long time. I mean, I’ve always respected Vogue Paris (and all the other ones) because they are always more geared toward art than commerce — in my opinion. I mean, I know that Conde Nast is just a machine,...