Pseudonymous England-based graffiti artist, political activist, and painter
This week the crew is back to discuss the week in culture. We first talk to Chef, Santana Burriss about his upcoming documentary on the food, culture, and the history of black people and how they all connect. In politics we discuss the debt ceiling being hit (23:03), the Embrace Statue backlash (35:49), who is Banksy? (40:37), The "free the nipple campaign" and what that means(45:15), ALec Baldwin charged with manslaughter (54:00), and Americas Dumbest criminals (1:02:05). All that and more on this weeks episode. To make a donation the doc Santana Somewhere... please see the link: https://www.gofundme.com/f/r6hrcw-santana-somewhere?member=24265385&sharetype=teams&utm_campaign=p_na+share-sheet&utm_medium=copy_link&utm_source=customer KSP Links: Listen live by joining our club on clubhouse www.clubhouse.com/club/ksp-apart-o…tP2f_054Q-184049 Visit www.kickinshitpod.com for all things KSP. Go to the contact tab fill out a form and give us your feedback, WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU! Like, Share, Comment
This week, Santa Cruz teen arrested for writing fake parking tickets, Karens for Hire is a new company that represents consumers by being a Karen, London police attempt rescue of a woman only to realize it was a sculpture, and the guys get to know the Jeremy Renner app. Hosts: Kevin Harrison, Mike Wiebe, Brian Camp Producer & Music: Mark Ryan Announcer: Nancy Walker Graphic Designer: Mike Tidwell Merch: https://www.redbubble.com/shop/ap/79908204 Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/internationalnewspod
Spek talk to Adam about his rise, the art, the graffiti lifestyle, doing time, getting raided, and more! ----- 00:00 Intro 0:05 Adam on knowing Spek for 22 years and seeing his graffiti on a trainyard throughout New Hampshire 4:04 Spek on how he got started into graffiti at a really young age 5:15 Spek on trolling Adam into thinking he was in a local hardcore band when first meeting 7:45 Spek talks about getting arrested bombing freights and subway trains and how he would rack up on paint from Home Depot 14:50 Adam talks about the times he went racking up spray paint from mom and pop art shops 15:30 Adam asks Spek about the magazine era of graffiti being the best way to get your art seen 17:00 Adam asks if the internet is good or bad for graffiti and how it's a double edged sword 20:50 Ichabod talks about anti-graffiti (graffiti done bad on purpose) and Banksy's style of graffiti getting a lot of hate 22:00 Adam asks what is the difference between graffiti vs. street art, and painting on a wall vs. a train 24:00 Spek on getting arrested and investigated and another writer possibly snitching on him 27:40 Spek talks about his house getting raided while he was at work, cops showing up to his work, and turning himself in then getting 6 months 29:50 Adam asks Spek how it was doing time and not being able to get a job with a felony charge 32:10 Spek talks about him and Adam tagging the snowy woods and getting away from the cops 33:50 Spek on getting back to doing graffiti since his arrest and having the urge to paint on his last week on parole 34:50 Spek's process on getting back into graffiti and if he wanted to change his name 36:00 Adam asks how it feels to do graffiti as you get older and tracking every train they've ever bombed 42:30 Adam asks how it feels running into locals in new spots and how to communicate to people that they are writers 44:40 Ichabod on how it feels to do legal walls and hired jobs since getting to an older age 45:50 Adam asks what is the legacy you leave behind as a graffiti writer once you get old 47:15 Perspective changes on graffiti since getting older, like bombing a church or a mom and pop store 49:20 Adam asks Spek and Ichabod how they like California graffiti and how C*VID brought a lot of graffiti writers back to life 51:45 Adam asks if there is an end goal to graffiti, and doing graffiti until they're 80 54:30 YouTubers having walls in their backyards and painting on that to not get caught ----- NO JUMPER PATREON http://www.patreon.com/nojumper CHECK OUT OUR NEW SPOTIFY PLAYLIST https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5te... FOLLOW US ON SNAPCHAT FOR THE LATEST NEWS & UPDATES https://www.snapchat.com/discover/No_... CHECK OUT OUR ONLINE STORE!!! http://www.nojumper.com/ SUBSCRIBE for new interviews (and more) weekly: http://bit.ly/nastymondayz Follow us on SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/4ENxb4B... iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/n... Follow us on Social Media: https://www.snapchat.com/discover/No_... http://www.twitter.com/nojumper http://www.instagram.com/nojumper https://www.facebook.com/NOJUMPEROFFI... http://www.reddit.com/r/nojumper JOIN THE DISCORD: https://discord.gg/Q3XPfBm Follow Adam22: https://www.tiktok.com/@adam22 http://www.twitter.com/adam22 http://www.instagram.com/adam22 adam22hoe on Snapchat Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Presented by Club Rip Curl and the Mirage Activate Board Short... Last week the Cronulla Shire's Jarvis Earle joined Ethan Ewing, Joel Parkinson and Jack Freestone as the fourth Australian to become Woz Junior World Champ. Deadly caught up with Jarv in the States to find out how the Shire is reacting to yet another goofyfooted corelord destined for surfing greatness in the spirit of Banksy, Occy, Greeny, Dog, Nug, Flintoff, O'learyzybrah...etc etc etc...See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On Hour 3 of VSiN Primetime, hosts Tim Murray and Shaun King are joined by Doug Ellin, Creator of Entourage, as they break down the NFL Playoffs. Also on the show is Banksy and Wilbo, as they recap the Circa Million and preview the CBB matchups.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Want extra content, live-streamed recording sessions and ad-free episodes? Check out our recast page: https://share.recast.tv/u/8dA1o?referrer=8dA1oSkip the waitlist and invest in blue-chip art for the very first time by signing up for Masterworks: https://masterworks.art/behindtheglassPurchase shares in great masterpieces from artists like Pablo Picasso, Banksy, Andy Warhol, and more.How Masterworks works:-Create your account with your traditional bank account-Pick major works of art to invest in or our new blue-chip diversified art portfolio-Identify investment amount-Hold shares in works by Picasso or trade them in our secondary marketplaceSee important Masterworks disclosures: http://masterworks.com/cdWe are back for our first episode of 2023... and I have some pretty big news to share...00:00 - https://masterworks.art/behindtheglass02:22 - I lied to you. But also an exciting update…06:06 Tony went to see Santa!
As human beings, we struggle to see the true significance of things. But the claims of Christmas in Bethlehem are worth our time to stop and consider its significance. As we explore its significance, you'll hear about people who passed over the artwork of the street-artist Banksy and how Salt Bae was jockeying for significance. #christmaseve #worship #significance
This episode features the star-studded lineup of Killian Hamilton, Matt Penney, Jordan Jiunta, James Macintosh, and Banksy. The group discusses motivation, discipline, and mental health. The conversation asks what success is and how developing a routine impacts an individual. The analytical brain and creative brain are on full display in this episode. @Killian.Hamilton @empennery @redwiteandjordan @coachjamesmac NEW SPONSOR ALERT It's been a long time coming but we've officially partnered with our friends at HD Muscle. Use promo code RXD at checkout to save 10% on all HD Muscle products and apparel. Check out our sponsor Vivobarefoot ! www.vivobarefoot.com/RXD If you're looking for a shoe for training, look no further then Vivo. Click the link and get 20% off your first order. Don't miss the release of our newest educational community - The Pre-Script ™ Collective! Join the community today at www.pre-script.com. For other strength training, health, and injury prevention resources, check out our website, YouTube channel, and Instagram. For more episodes, subscribe and tune in to our podcast. Also, make sure to sign up to our mailing list at www.pre-script.com to get the first updates on new programming releases. You can also follow Dr. Jordan Shallow and Dr. Jordan Jiunta on Instagram!
January 3rd 2023 Yuriy starts the new year discussing the Russian attacks on civilian strikes in Ukraine. He also talks about a Banksy mural that he made when he visited in the fall - this photo is posted on his instagram page http://instagram.com/fightingforukraine Yuriy's GoFundMe campaign to support his family: https://gofund.me/6bef49ba Do you want to ask Yuriy a question? Email your question to him: firstname.lastname@example.org Yuriy's Podbean Patron sign-up to give once or regularly: https://patron.podbean.com/yuriy ----more---- Here are some organizations where you can donate: World Central Kitchen WCK is currently stationed in several locations near the Ukranian border. WCK provides fresh, nourishing meals for communities in need of relief from war and climate disasters. https://donate.wck.org/give/236738/#!/donation/checkout Voices of Children Voices of Children helps children affected by the war in eastern Ukraine. They provide psychological and psychosocial support to children. It helps them overcome the consequences of armed conflict and develop. https://voices.org.ua/en/donat/ Save the Children Save the Children is Distributing essential humanitarian aid to children and their families https://www.savethechildren.org.uk/where-we-work/europe/ukraine Revived Soldiers of Ukraine Revived Soldiers Ukraine (RSU) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing aid to the people of Ukraine so that they may fulfill fundamental rights and freedoms such as right to life, right to appropriate and affordable medical care, freedom of belief and freedom for an adequate standard of living. https://www.paypal.com/donate/?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=EECANTTJNHN7Y
Yaptığı grafitilerle kısa sürede tüm dünyada nam salmış Bansky, yıllar içinde kimliği bilinmeyen bir sokak sanatçısından çok daha fazlasına evrildi. Anti-savaş, anti-sistem, ve anti-kuruluşa dair verdiği mesajları Dünya'nın her bir köşesine yayan esrarengiz bir kişiliği anlattığımız bölümü keyifle dinlemeniz dileğiyle! Support the showBize ulaşmak için: Twitter @hkbu_podcast İnstagram @hkbu.podcast Facebook hkbupodcast.com email@example.com Bizimle yolculuğa devam ettiğin için teşekkürler!
Being able to control your physical and mental state via breathing in certain ways is an ancient practice that now has clinical research behind it. If you want to be able to use a totally free of charge way of altering your levels of focus, attention or reduce feelings of anxiety, this episode will clearly show you how. As always Toy Division's goal is to normalise and de stigmatise mental health issues. We are often providing as much guidance as possible to use certain lifestyle habits to buffer physical/mental heath difficulties. - Toy Division Instagram - @toydivision2 Music by Frenic of This One Records: http://www.thisonerecords.com/ Frenic Music Tutoring: https://www.frenicmusic.com/home @djfrenic (IG) Podcast logo photograph by Alex Bartsch: http://www.alexbartsch.com/ @alex.bartsch (IG) This podcast is not the usual Banksy book reading fan, it's about letter based graffiti writing. But if you like street art, then you'll probably want to learn more about graffiti culture, because that's where street art began. Join us for a conversation about writing on things; addressing mental health issues; and using lifestyle to improve your overall physical and mental health at any age.
Roger Gastman is an art dealer, curator, filmmaker, publisher and historian of graffiti and street art. He's THE fucking guy. He's worked closely with people like Shepard Fairey and Banksy. And a ton of other great artists. He was a consulting producer on Exit Through The Gift Shop, which is one of my favorite documentaries. In 2018 he curated Beyond The Streets in Los Angeles that kinda led to me becoming obsessed with his art shows. And in 2022, he opened a permanent gallery in LA. Video on www.patreon.com/brido
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Regz and the good buddy Banksy use this last pod of 2022 to recap the Hero World Challenge, The Match, and The PNC father son tournament. Then they make WAY to early predictions for the 2023 golf majors.Thank you to everyone who has listened, watched, or shared the podcast and YouTube videos this year. We continue to love making this podcast and are always humbled by the following we have. Subscribe to the YouTube channel and wherever you get your podcasts!Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheTwoWayMissYouTube: https://youtu.be/Mcltr8hs3okInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/bnbpodcasts/Support the show
Huberman Lab Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Creativity stems from neural structures in the brain that can be accessed in a certain sequence to spark creativity in different domains of lifeTruly creative acts are novel combinations of some things that reveal a fundamental feature about how our brain or the real world workCreativity captivates us because it's useful in some way – just coming up with a novel combination of things (like wings on a fish tank) is not inherently creativeIf you want to be creative, you need to seek out and forage for information about existing rules – you can't break rules unless you know themKey elements of creativity: (1) divergent thinking – brainstorming, exploring ideas – taking one stimulus and radiating out thoughts, events, and concepts from that thing; (2) convergent thinking – taking loose ideas and synthesizing them into a specific framework or coherent idea(s) To enhance divergent thinking try 5 minutes of open monitoring meditation: sit with eyes closed and just let thoughts flow in and outTo enhance convergent thinking try 5 minutes of focused attention monitoring: sit with eyes closed or open and focus on a specific object, sound, pointSkip the caffeine to enhance divergent thinking, consume caffeine to enhance convergent thinkingRead the full notes @ podcastnotes.orgIn this episode, I explain how the brain engages in creative thinking and, based on that mechanistic understanding, the tools to improve one's ability to think creatively and innovate in any area. I discuss how convergent and divergent thinking are essential for generating creative ideas and provide three types of meditation tools (open monitoring meditation, focused attention meditation & non-sleep deep rest; NSDR), which improve our ability to engage in these creative thinking patterns in specific and powerful ways. I also discuss how dopamine and mood contribute to the creative process and describe behavioral, nutritional and supplementation-based approaches for increasing dopamine to engage in creative thought and implementation. I explain how movement and storytelling (narrative) approaches can generate novel creative ideas and how substances like alcohol, cannabis, and psilocybin impact our creative ability. Excitingly, creativity is a skill that can be cultivated and enhanced; this episode outlines many tools to help anyone access creativity and apply creative patterns of thought to different domains of life. Thank you to our sponsors AG1 (Athletic Greens): https://athleticgreens.com/huberman ROKA: https://www.roka.com/huberman Thesis: https://takethesis.com/huberman LMNT: https://drinklmnt.com/huberman InsideTracker: https://www.insidetracker.com/huberman Supplements from Momentous https://www.livemomentous.com/huberman For the full show notes, visit hubermanlab.com Timestamps (00:00:00) Creativity (00:04:30) ROKA, Thesis, LMNT, Momentous (00:08:51) What is Creativity? (00:11:16) Creativity in Visual Arts, Escher & Banksy (00:23:37) Neural Circuits of Creativity (00:31:58) AG1 (Athletic Greens) (00:33:13) Creative Ideas & Divergent Thinking (00:42:09) Testing Creative Ideas & Convergent Thinking (00:46:41) Dopamine, Convergent & Divergent Thinking Pathways (00:57:02) InsideTracker (00:58:06) Tool: Open Monitoring Meditation & Divergent Thinking (01:07:38) Tool: Focused Attention Meditation & Convergent Thinking (01:11:06) Mood, Creativity & Dopamine (01:16:00) Tool: Mood Calibrating, Caffeine & Dopamine (01:23:41) Dopamine Supplementation; L-Tyrosine, Caffeine (01:30:15) Tool: Non-Sleep Deep Rest, Mesocortical Dopamine & Divergent Thinking (01:43:130 Serotonin, Psylocibin & Creative Thinking (01:49:13) Alcohol & Autobiographical Scripting; Cannabis (01:52:04) Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) & Creativity (01:54:45) Tool: Movement & Divergent Thinking (02:01:02) Tool: Narratives & Storytelling for Creativity (02:14:47) Zero-Cost Support, YouTube Feedback, Spotify & Apple Reviews, Sponsors, Momentous, Neural Network Newsletter, Social Media Disclaimer Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac
Chiara Gatti"Sotto una buona stella"Interlinea Edizionihttps:// interlinea.comLa stella cometa è uno dei simboli dell'attesa del Natale fino all'Epifania. Il primo a rappresentarla fu Giotto, che vide di persona la cometa di Halley nel 1301, immaginandosi sotto il cielo di Betlemme quando nacque Gesù. Altri artisti furono suggestionati da stelle e comete «lucenti come il sole», da Dürer a Turner, da Van Gogh, con la sua celebre Notte stellata, fino ad arrivare più vicino a noi, con la guerra e il foro di una granata su un muro della Palestina di oggi reinterpretato da Banksy: una stella ferita che scuote le coscienze.Con tavole d'arte a colori e con la collaborazione di Serena ColomboChiara Gatti è storica e critica dell'arte. Scrive per le pagine di “Repubblica”, compresi “il Venerdì” e “Robinson”. È direttrice del Museo MAN di Nuoro. Ha curato tre volumi dedicati all'opera di Leone Lodi (Officina Libraria 2015-2017). Con Lea Vergine ha scritto L'arte non è faccenda di persone perbene (Rizzoli 2016). Ha curato la selezione dei saggi di Giorgio Mascherpa raccolti in L'emozione e l'incanto dell'arte. Da Lotto a Fontana (Ceribelli 2019). Con Interlinea ha pubblicato Insolite natività (2012), Chagall. Sogno di una notte di Natale (2018) e Nevicate d'arte (2021).La vista del cielo stellato in una notte chiarissima dà rapimento che soltanto anime nobili possono provare.IL POSTO DELLE PAROLEAscoltare fa Pensarehttps://ilpostodelleparole.it
Many people have the desire to spin their lived experience into their creative self-expression, Susan and Laura included. This desire can present a conundrum as these creations can feature people other than the creator, or have ideas in them that might make a loved one uncomfortable, or are about a topic that some close to us might consider to be taboo. So how do we create with freedom and without fear? In this episode, Susan and Laura turn to the works of Banksy, Anne Lamott, David Sedaris, David Wellington, and more while discovering one approach to creating without fear: the idea of creating like your loved ones are never going to read it, hear it, or see it. Or, put another way, creating like your parents are dead…again.
In this episode, I explain how the brain engages in creative thinking and, based on that mechanistic understanding, the tools to improve one's ability to think creatively and innovate in any area. I discuss how convergent and divergent thinking are essential for generating creative ideas and provide three types of meditation tools (open monitoring meditation, focused attention meditation & non-sleep deep rest; NSDR), which improve our ability to engage in these creative thinking patterns in specific and powerful ways. I also discuss how dopamine and mood contribute to the creative process and describe behavioral, nutritional and supplementation-based approaches for increasing dopamine to engage in creative thought and implementation. I explain how movement and storytelling (narrative) approaches can generate novel creative ideas and how substances like alcohol, cannabis, and psilocybin impact our creative ability. Excitingly, creativity is a skill that can be cultivated and enhanced; this episode outlines many tools to help anyone access creativity and apply creative patterns of thought to different domains of life. Thank you to our sponsors AG1 (Athletic Greens): https://athleticgreens.com/huberman ROKA: https://www.roka.com/huberman Thesis: https://takethesis.com/huberman LMNT: https://drinklmnt.com/huberman InsideTracker: https://www.insidetracker.com/huberman Supplements from Momentous https://www.livemomentous.com/huberman For the full show notes, visit hubermanlab.com Timestamps (00:00:00) Creativity (00:04:30) ROKA, Thesis, LMNT, Momentous (00:08:51) What is Creativity? (00:11:16) Creativity in Visual Arts, Escher & Banksy (00:23:37) Neural Circuits of Creativity (00:31:58) AG1 (Athletic Greens) (00:33:13) Creative Ideas & Divergent Thinking (00:42:09) Testing Creative Ideas & Convergent Thinking (00:46:41) Dopamine, Convergent & Divergent Thinking Pathways (00:57:02) InsideTracker (00:58:06) Tool: Open Monitoring Meditation & Divergent Thinking (01:07:38) Tool: Focused Attention Meditation & Convergent Thinking (01:11:06) Mood, Creativity & Dopamine (01:16:00) Tool: Mood Calibrating, Caffeine & Dopamine (01:23:41) Dopamine Supplementation; L-Tyrosine, Caffeine (01:30:15) Tool: Non-Sleep Deep Rest, Mesocortical Dopamine & Divergent Thinking (01:43:130 Serotonin, Psylocibin & Creative Thinking (01:49:13) Alcohol & Autobiographical Scripting; Cannabis (01:52:04) Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) & Creativity (01:54:45) Tool: Movement & Divergent Thinking (02:01:02) Tool: Narratives & Storytelling for Creativity (02:14:47) Zero-Cost Support, YouTube Feedback, Spotify & Apple Reviews, Sponsors, Momentous, Neural Network Newsletter, Social Media Disclaimer Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac
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The antics of Ye, the man we all love to hate, may be the playing out of a wide scale replay of the many and sordid misadventures of the alternative media. Topics include: Spaghetti Western Saloon, Joshua Tree area, making predictions, technologically advanced misinformation, democratization of media, celebrity available to all, social media, legacy media, game theory, Ye likes Hitler, ego, Andy Warhol, Andy Kaufman, fringe conspiracy material, far right extremism, reenactment of past of alternative media for mainstream, racism, fascism, easy to be fooled, George Costanza philosophy, no such thing as total lies, instant gratification, reactionary environment, people hate their work, Banksy, Chris Graves, past interviews, graves of famous people
Rantumbits.ETH talks about the different events at Art Basel Miami 2022. https://www.artbasel.com/?lang=en Rought transcript - don't judge [00:00:00] Well, we've got a quick podcast here, topic on all about affordable NFTs, where our very own Andrew went over to Art Basil. You know, we talked about, you were there day one, but I felt like there was more to say. And so this is just like a quick recap of, you know, it's been a week or so since you've gone. [00:01:05] you know, news is settled. Time to settle. What are the things that are still sticking in your mind from actually getting to walk around on the ground in Miami? Hey, uh, yeah, it'd be good to talk a little bit about this. I was, hadn't really gotten to experience much of Basel before, uh, or when we last spoke about it, I was just heading over to some events, um, and got to a lot of events over the course of the, the. [00:01:31] Three, three nights I was there. Uh, it went by quickly. Um, there's got over to the convention, uh, the convention itself, uh, which is where Art Basel really is. And, and Art Basel is a, uh, it's an event that happens in four times a year. It's based actually in Basil, Switzerland. Then there's one in, they have an event in Miami, uh, Hong Kong and. [00:01:55] Wanna say, I think it's either London or Paris. I, I, I could look that up. I'm sure you could too, if you're really interested. . Um, so this is the Miami version I had never been before. Went over there and this was an enormous exhibition with very high end artwork of most. Mostly newer artists. I mean, newer being, uh, the last a hundred years or so, and there's some really impressive artworks on sale. [00:02:17] Uh, so I should say on display, I mean, the art galleries, they, you can buy them, um, or one can buy them if you have the, uh, , the funds. But, um, you know, there were some, some very pricey works. There were things that were also reasonable. In many cases, the prices aren't listed, but you see works from, from, uh, from artists. [00:02:35] Uh, Picasso for, uh, I guess Banksy was over at another, I. Maybe I could, I could, I'll separate that. Um, uh, but Kandinsky, uh, uh, uh, Trent Morro, any many works from, from just artists that, um, that, you know, um, that by naming it, if you aren't maybe the, the most into, to art. But, uh, there's some, there's a. It, it's impressive the number of galleries there and the people that have traveled from all around the world. [00:03:05] I mean, you can hear just different, uh, different languages being spoken and, and, uh, just the galleries that are representing, uh, different, um, cities around the world. Um, it's quite impressive. Yeah. You know, based on some very soft, uh, research by myself, 23 countries, you know, 160 plus galleries. I mean, it's, it's massive. [00:03:27] Been going on. Was supposed to start actually in 2001, happened in 2002. Uh, cuz it was postponed due to nine 11. So it interest, yeah, it was quite 20th anniversary. They were, I was actually surprised at, you know, maybe I'm just used to, uh, N F T events, but the, the lack of, uh, swag that they were not giving away anything along with the, you know, $75 ticket or so it seems like. [00:03:51] You know, you maybe want somebody walking around with a bag or, or whatnot. If you do, um, you know, if you get people in the door, but, uh, maybe that's, maybe that's not, not their game. . Yeah, maybe not. I'm curious, you know, were you able, here's an objective question, right? The ticket cost $75. There's premium tickets, which cost whatever. [00:04:11] Uh, you have to pay for a hotel. You have to pay for a. Here's the quick question. You know, it's been a week. You got new NFTs, I noticed. I see your wallet. , objectively speaking, are the NFTs you got potentially if you sold them, not like right now, would it cover the cost of the trip, assuming you paid full freight? [00:04:29] Oh, uh oh, man, that's, that's tough to say. You know, Miami, you know, there were. A lot of events to go to, tickets to buy, um, you know, and, and staying there. It, it's a, I used a lot of of points, uh, on that trip. It's, uh, but the traffic was, it's crazy how much traffic, uh, or how much time units sp sitting in traffic. [00:04:51] So this was the, the main Basel events, and this is all really part of Miami Art Week. Um, as, as they're really trying to , you know, to. Um, you know, market the, the whole week in Miami, um, most of the, the Basel or like the real Basl event is on Miami Beach, and then that's a lot of the, the super high end galleries are over there. [00:05:14] And so there's a lot of people that come over to drive over to Miami Beach, which is accessible by, uh, essentially two narrow bridges and they get super backed up as we were getting on to go back from. From Miami Beach over to A to N F T Now's event, um, which I'll speak about in a second. Um, it, the said it would take up to about 15 minutes as we, as we pulled onto the bridge, the driver told us it would be an hour, and, uh, he was definitely more correct. [00:05:45] I, I fell, I fell asleep on the way over anyway, it wasn't so bad for me. And as I woke up, I said, Hey, wait, it's. It's only been two minutes AC, or we've only shaved two minutes off the time. I know we've been in the car a long time. So, um, you know, I heard a lot of stories of people just sitting in traffic. [00:05:59] Um, so it was. Definitely not as bad over on the, the Miami side. And that is where most of the N F T events were. Uh, there was one event that, or one, a big expo that was sort of in between. They had a, they had some digital arc there and, um, I should, uh, Tezos was a, uh, I guess that was actually at, at Basos Tezos did have a, was a sponsor at, uh, Basl. [00:06:24] Um, so there was some n ft representation there. At the, the other one it was a little bit more, um, modern art. That's where I saw Banksy. Some, um, more, uh, s, I don't know, maybe established or traditional fiat based artistry, . and also someone that, you know, if you had, if you had thought about, you know, if you had told someone in the, you know, maybe 1970s that this artist that had done a lot of graffiti would end up being one of the most popular artists of this time. [00:06:55] And I think you go even LA much later than that. Um, you know, that would probably, uh, sound pretty surprising. So what I. You know, what I like about that is I think that there's a, a big opportunity for, for N F T artists to, to make headway here. And that it's a, it's a, it's a place that's generally, um, more accepting two creative ideas done well. [00:07:17] Um, so, you know, kind of hopeful that, you know, we can start to see NFTs move up in these, uh, in these different events and, and become more of a focal point at them. Um, the N F T now event was, they had. I mean, it was like two or three blocks sort of, uh, sectioned off down there and then down to, uh, I don't know, an area of Miami, um, that had a lot of, it seems like there were a lot of sort of storefronts that could just, that were. [00:07:44] Empty and could be used for pop-up stores. So Meta Mask had a booth there, art Blocks, uh, 90 cc, who is a fashion company. Uh, and I, I think I mentioned this on a previous episode, they were doing a live. Minting of live minting printing of shirts there. Uh, so this was a collaboration with Snow fro. They made 1200 unique shirts. [00:08:09] You could, uh, actually go there and mint your shirt, get, you'd see it display on the screen. There's a, I'm gonna get a co-op of your shirt at some point when we hang out. Yeah, well, yeah. So they do, they put an they right as you're there, you see them put the NF seed chip in, uh, in the shirt. They put your. [00:08:29] Your, your squiggle design, you know, your squiggle inspire design pops up on the screen so you can see it in the, in the lounge area as you're waiting. And, um, they did a really good job of, with the, uh, the presentation of that. And, you know, it was, they, the box was really impressive too. I should, uh, you know, if I, that was good at these, at sharing photos, like, you know, I, I would put something together, but, uh, , I'll ask. [00:08:51] I'm not so, so good at that . Um, you know, I can talk about it, but it doesn't sound so cool, does it? I mean, hey, depends on the audience. Really Awesome. . Like, it sounds cool to me. Kinda. Yeah. Hey, it was really cool. I mean, they did a, they really did a great job. The events were, were nice there. Um, the other, uh, you know, big, uh, or one of my favorite events there was the, uh, the FOCs Paint party. [00:09:15] I was waiting for that one. The paint party? Yeah. So it was the second paint party that I got to go to. The last one, uh, was, the last one was in New York. N F T N Y C, uh, this past June. Um, and those were painting canvases, big canvases that were stung from the ceiling, and those have been made into the canvas NFTs. [00:09:34] Um, so this one was a little, was different in that you're painting t-shirts and actually all sorts of different fashion items. The t-shirts you got to take home with you. The other items such as Adidas sneakers, Jean jacket style, you know, jean jacket, whatever, you know what I mean? , those types of jackets. [00:09:57] Uh, just pants, all sorts of other items. Uh, all bright white when they were, uh, you know, put out there, those were available for anyone to paint on, but those had to stay there. So I imagine that those will become part of a new, uh, collection of some sort that will be released in the future. You know, the idea being that everybody chipped in on these, uh, These, these object as well. [00:10:19] Uh, it was a fun time there. They, they do a really good job of getting people in. It's a, it's a lot of people that come in and they keep it manageable. Lot of supplies. Big warehouse, big space. They have food, they have full zip up suits, I gotta say put on. Sounds like they have the most buttoned up. Type of I R L meets N F T game. [00:10:40] Is that fair? Like walking, walking around. You have been to two, you went to one in NYC and now one in, uh, in the Basel, right? In Miami, yeah. Yeah. This, I mean, there's a lot of these. I didn't even mention that my wife came on with me on this, this trip and, you know, so I was, You know, trying to make sure that I was doing things that weren't entirely, uh, N F T and, you know, staring at your phone and geeking out and being like, Hey, uh, you know, but this was one that I, speaking of, which I thought was a, Hey honey, I know she listens to all the episodes. [00:11:07] Thank you. Okay. We'll see if she hears that. Yep. Uh, . Oh, big test. Oh boy. Oh man. But, I mean, shoe had a good time at that event. It should. She painted her own own shirt there. I, you know, did have a couple of, of tickets. So, uh, it was cool to, to be able to do that one and, you know, go to some of these events that it's, it's so much more than staring at your phone. [00:11:29] You know, there's some of these, you know, it's, it's, it's a, I mean, that's a certainly experience that we'll both remember going to. It's something that you, I mean, yes, I had done it once before, but, but it's a pretty, it's a pretty different thing than what you would normally do, uh, when you're, and like you said, it's approachable for other people, like, Goes beyond this, like, Hey, look at my digital collectible. [00:11:48] Or I have access to this like special room where there's like, okay, another opportunity to buy a thing. As I understand it, they like scan you at the door, dress you up in a, like a suit so you don't get your clothes. What hand you a spray paint can and say have at it kind of thing? Yeah. There's all sorts of painters, spray paint, there's all sorts of, I mean, there's markers, there's, you know, just all sorts of things around, there's, you can hang 'em on walls and other guidelines like, don't draw a bunch of dicks everywhere. [00:12:14] No, I mean, there's. I think, huh, maybe, maybe Fis has, has done a good job of that. You know, he's able to curate, curate it downstream being like, yeah, I mean, you gotta be a holder, I guess, to get in. So, you know, maybe there is something there. I don't know what it would be like in other collections or in other project, I mean, [00:12:35] I don't have a lot of hope for Dick Butts, but Okay. Yeah. I'm not . Right. Um, but yeah, I mean that was definitely one of the best inter inspiring experiences. Uh, you know, the N F T now one I felt like was a little bit more targeted at people that already knew a lot about NFTs, uh mm-hmm. . They had, there was a very cool gallery in an old bank where they put, uh, they put. [00:12:58] Some of the, the especially high-end pieces, like an X copy on display in the vault, uh, which is a cool thing to walk around. Um, it just was somewhat, um, and it wasn't the most, it wasn't the easiest for my wife to get interested in, you know, I probably would've spent a little bit more time there, but I felt like it was very targeted at people that already knew something. [00:13:19] And I, I'd love to see that kind of expand and, you know, bring people into this that don't know much about it. Make it something that you. I know you don't have to have known so much. You don't have to be so ssed in the N F T world to, um, to really have a good experience at, uh, a awesome final question, I guess is would you go back, would you do it again? [00:13:43] If so, what would you do differently? Yeah, I, I would like to go back. I don't know that I would go, you know, next year. I'd like to go back at, at some point and see. See the progress that NFTs make over time. I think that they're, I think that NFTs will become more, uh, more of a focus of some of the galleries. [00:14:04] Uh, you know, maybe we even, and I, I guess that's something that I'd be interested in seeing. You know, are we going to see, are we gonna see. Galleries or, or, you know, crypto native spaces pop up in, uh, in, you know, more official Basel places or, you know, are you gonna see super rare there? Are you, are you going to see, um, bright moments at at, at one of these? [00:14:30] Events, or are they going to continue to really do things separately? Or are we gonna see the, those mainstream galleries that are at Basil, are we gonna see them start to adopt NFTs? You know, I, I think that's Look, follow the money. Follow the money, follow, like, yes, probably. Unless there's like a certain [00:14:47] Well, I think there's, I mean, I'm sure there'll be pushback from certain, certain people in, in the art world and. and there's going to be competition. So it's gonna be a matter of, you know, who, you know, I didn't see a big push yet, and I would be interested to see how that changes over time. You know, I think it may take, it may take a couple years, uh, and as I said, it's, I mean, it's a lot to go to as far as , I mean, getting there from for, for a weekend, from Fr, from San Francisco anyway. [00:15:14] But it's definitely something I would be, be interested in, in checking out again at some point in the future. . Well cool. It's very interesting to at least hear it from your perspective being on the ground and then like a little time passing so you can kind of absorb what's actually, uh, memorable about it. [00:15:29] Cuz it seemed like at the time, very overwhelming. You were trying to find like a Geocache X copy somewhere, . Oh man. Those went fast. I never got anywhere close to those. Never were anywhere close to it. All right, man, man. Yeah. I guess maybe it's, no, I was watching your, try to spend some more time there, but that's how, man, there's just so much to get packed into these events. [00:15:47] That's part of the, the, the fun of going, I think. All right. Well, uh, thanks for sharing that. [00:16:25] No, no, no, no. Don't, no, no, no, no, no. Don't do it. There's one more thing, but wait, there's one more thing. What he, Andrew was so excited about this extra one thing. We turned on the microphone again, and we're spending the money on the tape right now. . Oh, man. It is, it's pricey. I think we, we did just, I picked him up from Costco the other day. [00:16:43] So, cassettes? No, you know, I, I forgot to mention the, this, this ridiculous. Um, At M Machine that was on display, or it was a, it was an exhibit by, uh, MS. C H F mischief Mag. I, I, I don't. They've, they've done a lot of magazines and a lot of, um, kind of ridiculous products before. This was one where they had an at or an at t m card reader that would take a picture and a, and would, uh, grab the balance that you have in your in your account. [00:17:20] So I believe the, uh, the leader ended up being, The, uh, artist Diplo who had something like 12 million in his account, his at TM account, which is both absurd and ah, I mean, it's absurd. I don't know, but, but it's, it's quite a, I mean, that, I just felt like that was, it is something of, of like, what, what is an N F T of this? [00:17:46] Or is it just. Yeah. There's no nft. I wish there were, but you know, I, I was, it just felt like there's, there's a lot of that in Miami. There's a lot, because I would buy the N F T of DIP bank account balance. That's, I'm showing something interesting. All the, yeah. Right. Because I think there is something at this time, at this place, that guy had a lot of money in his account. [00:18:02] Mm-hmm. , that's a, but that's a digital. There is something to that that's like, it's showing digital wealth, right? It's just a bank account and I wanna show it off somehow. And I don't, it made me think of once people start, I mean, you see so many people there trying to show off money. It's a Fiat Plus, right? [00:18:20] That's a Fiat plus. It's, I, that's something that I, I felt like was, you know, I don't know, maybe we're almost missing that people need, people want people to show this off, and I think that there's a lot of people that can realize, that, will realize that you can actually show these off a lot easier than you can show off the thing that's hanging in your living room. [00:18:37] That's pretty hard to get someone to come over to your living room and see it. But if you can show. Somebody that you own this piece of art on the blockchain, there's something there. So it was just an idea that was kinda in my head, after seeing that thing. And eh, people like to flex and show off well, and it's a good thing for NFTs and, and ridiculous. [00:18:58] Part on the blockchain. And as we were saying, it's uh, bellwether, it's a bellwether for N F T adoption in the art world, which is probably its strongest footing in use case right now. Although there are many, many use cases. Uh, but in terms of if we're talking about, you know, price and value, um, that's where we're probably seeing it. [00:19:17] So thanks. Thanks for sharing. Glad we, uh, spent the time on the tape,
Another previously Patreon only bonus episode all about maintaining your ability to paint through lifestyle strategies. This is all about 'resistance training' and addresses some of the related misinformed stereotypes; and also provides practical strategies with a sprinkle of research based information as to why everyone should try to remain strong at any age. Stay strong and you'll be able to paint into a ripe old age FACT! Music by Frenic from This One Records: http://www.thisonerecords.com/ @djfrenic (IG) Podcast logo photograph by Alex Bartsch: http://www.alexbartsch.com/ @alex.bartsch (IG) This podcast is not the usual Banksy book reading fan, it's about letter based graffiti writing. But if you like street art, then you'll probably want to learn more about graffiti culture, because that's where street art began. Join us for a conversation about writing on things; addressing mental health issues; and using lifestyle to improve our overall physical health at any age.
durée : 00:02:43 - La chronique d'Anthony Bellanger - par : Anthony BELLANGER - Banksy a peint sept fresques de rue en Ukraine. Un artiste local voulait en vendre une aux enchères au profit de l'armée ukrainienne. Mal lui en a pris.
We speak to Councilmember Kent Lee, who was sworn in Monday to represent the city of San Diego's District 6. This includes Mira Mesa, Kearny Mesa, most of University City, Sorrento Valley and portions of Scripps Ranch. Plus, the uncertainty clouding California's solar marketplace could be settled this week as regulators consider a proposal that changes the rules for electricity generated by rooftop solar. And, to fight climate change and meet renewable energy goals, the Biden Administration has championed the opening up of federally-owned desert lands in California to develop massive renewable energy projects, like industrial-scale solar. Also, Imperial County often sits in the shadow of San Diego County, at the southern border with Mexico. That leaves room for mystery and misconceptions for a county whose population is 85% Latino, and lately leaning right to the Republican party. Later, a new program enacted by Governor Gavin Newsom was intended to transform early childhood education, but as KPBS reports, schools aren't prepared. Finally, the latest immersive art exhibit to come to San Diego features the work of elusive British street artist, Banksy. But the artist has nothing to do with the show.
durée : 00:02:43 - La chronique d'Anthony Bellanger - par : Anthony BELLANGER - Banksy a peint sept fresques de rue en Ukraine. Un artiste local voulait en vendre une aux enchères au profit de l'armée ukrainienne. Mal lui en a pris.
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Welcome back to the Dogtrack, Greyhounds! In this episode Marisa, Christian, and Brett have a conversation about Season 2, Episode 11: Midnight Train to RoystonThe penultimate episode of season two is fraught with tenuous relationship statuses: Roy and Keeley, Sam and Rebecca, Sharon and Ted, Keeley and... Nate??? So we have a long conversation about the looming tensions that seem to be dividing our beloved AFC Richmond family and what it might mean for the future of these characters who we care about so deeply.Not to worry, though – we do have a bit of fun, as well. We talk about grown men learning choreography, praise the brilliant use of props in this episode, admire the staying power of "Seven Nation Army," and wonder whether we may have actually met the real-life Banksy in a museum?Full show notes and transcript will be available at https://www.tedlassopod.com/ted-lasso-episode-02-11-midnight-train-to-roystonRichmond Til We Die is a conversation about the Apple TV+ show Ted Lasso, where we explore the characters, their relationships to each other, and how they're able to make us laugh until we can hardly breathe one moment and then feel with the deepest parts of our hearts the next. When you're here, you're a Greyhound!
Vandals or wall dogs, they make point. Art is Art! Some of Chicago's greatest street pieces are inspired by hip hop culture and a product of the hustlers mentality. Sometimes it's because stupid shit happens you need to give the city, state or the world a reminder. This week the boys welcomed Darius Dennis from (72and10) for a dope ass convo about his creative contributions too many cities across the nation. Listen in as he discusses his projects; past, present and future. Find out how YOU TOO can find ur own creative outlet with some of his peeps and upcoming programs. Also, we had to bring back Jason Garcia esq. joins in on the “platica!” He's back on the pod triple dippin' as the only guest to be back for a third time. One of the boys of Darius, so why not have them both on. The group goes in on black outs, belly buttons, Banksy & breaking bread in the City of Broad Shoulders. Join the cipher or catch the vibe! Either way, The 72nd Perspective welcomes you back one mo' ‘gain!As always, you HOST!Angel Curly Ray MartinezDone by DesignDone by Design StudioThank you to...72and10CGG Law PartnersDarius Dennis (Menace)Jason Lee Garcia
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Comedian Alonzo Bodden joins Adam and Gina as they discuss the problems with experimenting with food on Thanksgiving, police citation priorities, and the preference of being married to your job. Gina Grad reports the news of today including: President Biden turning 80 to become the first octogenarian in the Oval Office, Biden pardoning Thanksgiving turkeys, Banksy encouraging people to shoplift his designs from Guess, and Sinbad learning to walk two years after a stroke. PLUGS: See Alonzo Bodden live: Arlington, VA - Arlington Drafthouse - Friday and Saturday Dallas, TX - Majestic Theater - December 2nd Burbank, CA - NiteCap Comedy Club - December 9th And for more dates, visit AlonzoBodden.com Listen to Alonzo Bodden's ‘Who's Paying Attention?'wherever you find podcasts And follow him on Twitter, @AlonzoBodden To see what Vinnie Tortorich has been up to, go to VinnieTortorich.com Watch Vinnie's new video, ‘America Is Fat, but You Don't Have to Be' at Prageru.com Check out Vinnie Tortorich's podcast ‘Fitness Confidential with Vinnie Tortorich' wherever you find podcasts And follow him on Twitter and Instagram, @VinnieTortorich THANKS FOR SUPPORTING TODAY'S SPONSORS: CozyEarth.com/ACS BlindsGalore.com, let them know we sent you GoodRanchers.com/ADAM, Enter code: ADAM Geico.com
This week Lara and Michael sit down with our favorite Pallestalion filmmaker, Vin Arfuso to talk about his upcoming documentary Walled Off. The documentary centers around the Walled Off Hotel in Occupied Bethlehem, Palestine as a means for show asking the brutality of Israeli occupation and apartheid. The hotel has the largest collection of Banksy artwork in one place. The film employs quick cuts and archival footage to dispute zionist propaganda, entertaining the audience with its humor and fast pace. It provides a historic overview of the major players in the story of the ethnic cleansing of Palestine, where we are, and how we got here. Stay tuned for more information about the release of Vin's documentary, Walled Off!
Bob Papa and Carl Banks hop on the mic to recap the G-Men's loss against a red hot Lions team. Then move their sights onto the upcoming Thanksgiving game against the Cowboys. Undeniably a tough draw, but Banksy has some keys to victory that he shares. The Guarantee: The Giants will score their first Offensive Thanksgiving Touchdown in the Super Bowl Era. #TellAFriendToTellAFriend and Happy Thanksgiving!
#87: Tad Fallows, co-Founder of Long Angle, joins Chris to discuss the misconceptions of how high net worth investors spend and manage their money, whether they hire wealth managers and tax accountants, and how they might invest differently than conventional financial advice. They also do a deep dive on alternative assets and share their favorite house-buying hacks.Tad Fallows (@LongAngleHNW) is co-founder of Long Angle, a private online community of highly successful young entrepreneurs and executives. 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