Friday, December 24, 2010

Thursday, December 23, 2010

Rex and Michelle Ryan: Can I Live?

Gossip Folk, homies don't dance no mo they just dissssss. But if they wanna hate let em hate watch the wins pile up. Shit, as if you don't want to get down with her feets anyways.

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Mellow Gold, Choice Gems

Bigguppps to Retrospace, an exhaustive collection of choice gems from the 50s, 60s and 70s, where i foundthe above pics. They've also got a rad tumblr page. A lot to enjoy.

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

The New York Mets 2011 Season Marketing Slogan: So After the Laughter I Guess Comes the Tearz

The Mets put out a bummer of a survey last week.
Followed by an even sadder commercial. The rap response: After the laughter, comes tearz. The rock response: Sad But True.

Thursday, December 16, 2010

Los Angeles Stickball Logos

Variations on the crest I made below:

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Thursday, December 09, 2010

This is Los Angeles

Some photos from when S-Booms was in town.

Those aren't little rocks, those are surfers. Bananas. Off the coast of Palos Verdes.

Fuck your dream.

When nothing less will do.

Coincidentally, 2 minutes is how fast you will feel like shit after eating a combo Wingworks/KFC meal.

At Cole's French Dip downtown.

Ride or Die. You love it. We live it.

A man on the make. A man on the move.

Monday, December 06, 2010

Fade into Bolivia: The Shea Hey Obscurity Department--A Column on Qatar 2022 and Ashes Images for the Cricket Sadists' Quarterly

Got a column up at on Qatar hosting the 2022 World Cup.

As you are all aware, England and Australia are currently battling it out down under for the Ashes, the most beautiful and meaningful trophy in sports. After five scintillating days, the first test ended in a draw (how's that for a payoff), and the second test ends today (maybe another draw!). I've had some images included in the new issue of Cricket Sadists' Quarterly, the excellent magazine put out by Jarrod Kimber, the man behind The new issue of Cricket Sadists' Quarterly is available for sale here, in print form or as a downloadable e-book. But if you want it, holla at me for a copy. The images I made are below.

Thursday, December 02, 2010

Wednesday, December 01, 2010

Did Matt Groening Take the Name 'Homer Simpson' From Nathanael West's novel "Day of the Locusts?"

Considering the many high-falutin' references in "The Simpsons" over the years, it can't be mere coincidence that bumbling oaf Homer Simpson shares the name of the naive Midwestern Homer Simpson in Nathanael West's 1939 novel "Day of the Locusts." It's a good one too, as is his other major work, "Miss Lonelyhearts."
In 1975, a movie was made of "Day of the Locusts," and Donald Sutherland played Homer, it's a ridiculous trailer.