3 Sep
Includes two new short films, deleted scenes, artwork, stickers and 2D glasses

If you missed Banksy’s Exit Through The Gift Shop documentary film while it was in the theater, you will be able to see it on DVD when it comes out next Monday, September 6th. Originally started as an unofficial documentary on Banksy by bumbling Parisian videographer Thierry Guetta, the famed street artist turned the camera […]


2 Mar
More animated goodness from the mind of Maurice Sendak

Available on the Where the Wild Things Are Blu-Ray and DVD — which comes out today  — is a special feature, a completely unreleased 23-minute adaptation of another of Wild Things author Maurice Sendak’s books, Higglety Pigglety Pop! Starring the voices of Meryl Streep and Forrest Whitaker, the short was directed by Maciek Szczerbowski and […]


17 Feb
The seminal short films and animations of Al Jarnow

You’ve undoubtedly seen the work of Al Jarnow, although you just might not know it. His wild geometric animations and sometimes psychedelic short films have been seen by tens of millions via seminal children’s shows like Sesame Street and The Electric Company, and if you take a peek at the video below I’m sure the […]


28 Oct
Over 70 of the world’s biggest musicians and visual artists have created a new body of artwork

You might not know the name Rankin, but if you’re into music and magazines that find inspiration in the culture, I’m sure you’ve seen his work. Rankin established himself internationally by founding one of our favorite magazines Dazed & Confused with his business partner Jefferson Hack in 1991. Then there’s the fact that his iconic […]


21 Aug
Documenting Bronx Street Gang Culture

I’m no cinephile, so maybe Flyin’ Cut Sleeves is already a cult classic. I’ve never heard of it. And I’m not sure it ever really came out. The film was completed in ’93, though. The project grew out of the experiences of Rita Fecher, the film’s co-producer (together with Henry Chalfant, Style Wars fame), who […]


20 Jul
Is Gravity In This Guy’s Dictionary?

Don’t know what rock I’ve been living under, but I just saw the RJD2 video for “Work It Out” this weekend and discovered Bill Shannon (aka “Crutch Master”) in the process. If you haven’t been right there with me, you probably already know about the documentary, Crutch. It’s been available on DVD for a minute […]


I’m no designer and I don’t really have an overly active interest in type or typography, but damn if this isn’t inspiring as hell. That’s one amazing image right there. And if I’m getting off on Chris Tozer’s textural beauty, the real typophiles out there, well, they probably already own his book, XYZ. It’s an […]