April 29, 2013
NOTE: Another unpublished piece. This one was too product heavy that it smacked of PR. I tried not to make it sound like spin so this is the little gremlin that came out. I’ve also put back all the parts that would have been cleaned out in a “respectable” publication.
The COLT 45 Beer Angels are a guy’s best drinking buds. With girl parts.
Magnum, Hallertau and Nugget may sound like spy names from a bad Ian Fleming rip off, but in the context of beer hops they sound way sexier.
Colt 45’s newest celebrity endorsers are Denise Laurel, Bela Padilla and Cesca Litton. They’ve been tasked to embody the three kinds of hops in the new beer variant from Asia Brewery. Put in a most succinct, action-packed way in the 45 seconds TV commercial that’s been airing since early this month (sometime late 2012).
If you haven’t actually seen the TVC, then go on and click the video link to behold this trifecta of booze, sex, and leather-clad physicality. Read the rest of this entry »
April 3, 2013
Snoopy’s thinking it: a thing of beautiful brutality is a joy forever. Report From the Abyss (non-Fiction); now available at major bookstores from Visprint Inc. Read the rest of this entry »
March 27, 2013
In 2010, STATUS Magazine commissioned me to do a profile on Ms. Caledonia Curry better known as graffiti artist SWOON and send her my questions about the burgeoning worldwide graffiti movement, its growing acceptance by established institutions and pundits, and how she saw her role as one of the major female voices in that street/mainstream collision. Read the rest of this entry »
March 24, 2013
There’s a lot about mainstream education that annoys me, but there’s little doubt that being in an environment where the standards are stratospheric and you get to interact with the brightest minds of your generation is a way to pull your game up to the tippity top level. Read the rest of this entry »
March 18, 2013
March 16, 2013
Cover and inside illustrations by Tom Estrera III. From Visprint Inc. March 2013. Booyah \m/ Read the rest of this entry »
March 16, 2013
We worked on the first episode of this web series a couple of years back, and because life got in the way, storms drowned our city (plus it’s hard to get a talented editor on board for free), and the pell mell of other stuff that we just need to deal with, we’ve only started to polish this thing this year. Read the rest of this entry »