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Preachers, Aliens and Morgan Freeman – Embrace The Apocamix

[wide][/wide] Eclectic Method - The Apocamix from Eclectic Method on Vimeo. Another slam dunk for the guys over at Eclectic Method. The end of the world never looked so good. If you haven't heard of this next generation video remix DJ group, you can check out more of their work here. You can also stop by and say hi ... Continue reading ›

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100 Artists Selected for Brooklyn Art Project Quarterly #1

Choosing art for the first issue of the BAP Quarterly was no easy task. There were literally hundreds of excellent entries from around the world to choose from. In the end, I chose an eclectic mixture of works that evinced a mixture of high technical chops, alluring concept and great composition. Drawing, painting, multi-media, sculpture, illustration, etc ... Continue reading ›

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Artist Interview: Joseph Gaston New York, NY

We're thrilled to have graffiti artist Joseph Gaston drawing live at Sapphire Lounge tonight as a part of BAP's 4 night Creative Week event. Joseph Gaston is an urban artist whose major work is mainly focused on the influences and roots of street art. Come by tonight and see him in action. Click here for more ... Continue reading ›

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6 top picks for the 2011 NY Photo Festival

We're incredibly excited for the 2011 NY Photo Festival, seems like it gets better every year - this time around is no exception. There are exhibitions all throughout DUMBO (click here for map & additional info). Tickets are available at 1 Main Street Storefront. There are also some great lectures by Apeture, Artlog, CCNY, Parsons, NYPH and ... Continue reading ›

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Thadius Says

Thadius is a brave-hearted little dude with a lot to say — albeit one word at a time and chosen carefully, so do pay attention. A self-proclaimed freak, Thadius is in search of like minded peeps for the revolution —  come strut outside of convention and for all that is good and righteous — dance, play and ... Continue reading ›

in Brooklyn, Twitter

Brooklyn love through a Twitter filter

Discovered some great tweets out there that use the phrase "love brooklyn". Funny how the personality of a city can come through in 140 characters or less. You can grab the feed of "Love Brooklyn" here. I swear I love Brooklyn . Maad boys jus mobbed in the trainstation & hopped the turnstile . U don't get this in ... Continue reading ›