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Lego Land.


Pieces from artist Nathan Sawaya’s collection.

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Cole Rockin’ It.


 

B.C.

 

B.C. is an unsigned artist out of South Plainfield, New Jersey, with a creative outlook on life that interprets itself into his music. His debut mixtape “The Kouf Era”, was named “The best unsigned artists project of [2009]” by Penn State Radio (DJ Dred, Jam 91). Click the pic below to check the crazy flow on the track “Cole Rockin’ It”

Click here to download 'Cole Rockin It.'

Lupe Fiasco 9 Minute Freestyle + 3 New Tracks.


On April 9th and 10th, Lupe Fiasco spent his night tearing down the Fillmore NY at the Irving Plaza.  Durring his “Steppin Lazer” show, he performed 3 brand new tracks, and provided the audience with a 9 minute freestyle.  Here are some clips.

Drake’s Over Video


Its Downright Childish.


The artwork of children is fascinating on many levels. however their uninhibited imagination is
not always very true to reality. so when Korean artist Yeondoo Jung set out to turn the drawing’s
of 5-7 year old children into reality, some interesting environments were sure to arise.  After he
collected over 1,000 drawings, a select few were selected and turned into reality through a
series of photo shoots titled ‘wonderland’.  The results are just as fascinating as the original
drawings.

And You Thought YOUR College Dorm Was Wild.


 

Hanging Tent

 

This is one of the many Taliesin structures, from the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture.  A writer for the New York Times called the student-designed and built structures at the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture perhaps “the hippest dormitory in the world.” The “shelters,” as they are called, dot the natural landscape surrounding the campuses, and are offered to students as options for living while attending school.

This Ain’t Beyonce’s Halo.


The movie version of Halo has almost happened before — Peter Jackson and Neill Blomkamp could tell you all about that, but so far said project just hasn’t panned out. Still, Frank O’Connor, the Master Chief of the Halo world, says the film will happen. Eventually. 

“We’re going to make a movie when the time is right,” he said. “We own the IP. If we want to make a movie, the scale of all the other stuff that we do changes dramatically. We make tens and tens of millions of dollars on ancillary stuff, toys, apparel, music and publishing. If we do a movie all of that will grow exponentially. We have some numbers if we do a movie, but it changes everything. It also changes our target and age demographic.” 

Master Chief voiced by Frank O'Connor

 

In other Halo news, the Beta drop date for Halo: Reach is fast approaching.  Click the pic below to check IGN for the scoop on the newest addition to the Halo multiplayer family.

Multiplayer Beta Pics

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