Scott Scheidly‘s Pink Series…it speaks for itself.
- Food + Drink
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1. Obedear – Purity Ring
2. Faces – The M Machine
3. Emergency Room – Ford & Lopatin
4. Sacre Cool – Young Montana?
5. Oblivion (Maker Remix Instrumental) – Ancient Astronauts
6. Trains (The Hue Re-Think) – Astrobal
7. Swingin’ Party – Kindness
8. Strange Land – b.u.i.l.t.
There’s no better way to start off Monday then with some music inspired by art. Unless it’s with art inspired by music that is. So, for the sake of best case scenario, we’re starting a weekly Mix Media Monday post, where a special musical guest will put together their favourite playlist and a special artist guest will use it to create an inspired playlist cover-art.
To kick things off, here’s SPRUNG: a playlist that is meant to mimic the flow a perfect spring day, from morning till bedtime. Mixed by JOE BLOW and accompanying cover-art by Angélica Ramos Saavedra. We think this mix media is a perfect slice of spring.
Poemotion by Takahiro Kurashima. These mesmerizing effects are not computer generated.
The way to see a new world.
Stillness exists in motion.
Motion lives in stillness.
Stillness is not the only thing one sees,
nor is motion the only thing.
In between stillness and motion, a new vision rises.
Like in between thoughts and action, one finds a new vision.
From a new vision, comes a new force that generates a new world.
Poemotion is the way to see a new world.
text: Shunsuke Iwai & Woog
music: Eisuke Mochizuki
movie: Seiji Himura
Is this rainy day making you feel extra meousy (read: cat-lousy)? Everyone knows cat’s can’t stand water. So, to help keep your paws out of the puddles, here’s a badass dose of Ca(t)sual/pritate/overall rebel cat.
Now, let’s all go home and curl up with a bowl of warm milk.
Everyone’s got a crappiest moment ever and we wanna hear about it! Actually, we wanna help you feel better about it too, so we’re giving away $20 gift vouchers to be used during our weekly Crappy Hour to the 3 Crappiest Moments Ever.
Whether it’s the time you dyed your favourite shirt red in the wash, heard your parents wrestling, or discovered that autocrrect added an extra “i” to your memo about office pens–everyone has a crappiest moment ever. Take our Creative Director Jeremy Vandermeij (above), his crappiest moment ever happened in grade 6 when Betsy McBullyson humiliatingly pulled his pants down in front of the entire school (true story, except for the name).
And, while you’re waiting to win a voucher, you can come by any day of the week from 6-8pm and check out Crappy Hour for yourself! There’ll be some seriously special Crappy Hour offerings like $5 Pints + $5 Burgers on Wednesdays and Margaritas + Fish Tacos on Thursdays as well as an open mic where you can vent about your day, or share some positivity.
Crappy Hour launches June 4th, so c’mon and let the crap stories roll!