11 Oct
Freddie Gibbs, Quasimoto & J Rocc melt Hip-Hop & audio drama

At the end of last year we posted Freddie Gibbs and Madlib’s Thuggin’ EP, and previewed their much anticipated album together. Well now the duo are hitting Europe for a quick “Medicine Show 2012” Tour sponsored by Carhartt, which started last night in Frankfurt and continues with a show tonight in Berlin (peep the flyer […]


21 Jul
West Coast debut July 23 at MOCA Pacific Design Center

It’s a big week coming up for Miranda July. The Los Angeles-based artist/filmmaker has an exhibit of eleven sculptures opening at MOCA‘s satellite Pacific Design Center gallery this weekend, and her second feature film, The Future, hits theaters on Friday. She might be giving manic Renaissance man James Franco a run for his money. July’s […]


6 May
Former Miss Louisiana Teen USA and Playboy Playmate makes Confederate Flags look good

Former Miss Louisiana Teen USA and Playboy Playmate of the Month for October 2009, Lindsey Gayle Evans, gets her Southern trailer park trash on for this spread photographed by Matt Barnes. The lighting for the shoot is beautiful, and despite the white trash motif is kept relatively classy. Evans was infamously stripped of her Miss […]


14 Jan
Storyboards unveiled from infamous October episode

Kind of a no-brainer here — if you love Banksy and/or The Simpsons, then you know how he did the opening sequence for an episode this past October. Well now Banksy’s opened up the vault to his creative process and uploaded his storyboard sketches for all to see. Yaye! Kill 2 minutes of your day, […]


26 Oct
Ticket giveaway for second-to-last stop on EA tour

The festival of vehicular iniquity that is the Need For Speed Hot Pursuit Tour is about to hit its 6th and second-to-last stop, Miami. Previous events have been a blast (check out the San Francisco and Austin previews), but there are few cities in the US more primed for a good night out, and seeing […]


21 Oct
Oct. 23 and Sunday Oct. 24 at the 1988 Gallery

A New York-based artist constructs his own streetsigns with personified messages, and embeds them into the urban environment — sometimes humorously, sometimes with a very strong message. It may take a minute to notice when hidden among the throng of boring and mundane street signs that we encounter daily, but it’s refreshing to see this […]


15 Oct
Jessica Bloom shoots the NYCC for LIAS

We were happy to sponsor The Cultyard at this year’s New York Comic-Con this past weekend, as it represented a lot of what we love here at Lost In a Supermarket. Namely art of all types, comics, vinyl toys, world class artists and oh yes — plenty of nerds. Oh-so-many nerds, in oh-so-many packages. Hot […]


8 Oct
Tom Brady's girl represents in October's Vogue Brazil

Sometimes you have to wonder what Tom Brady did in a past life to warrant the life he’s had. Did he lead an uprising of lepers from a remote island prison? Did he open a culinary institute for orphans in some lost favela of Brazil? Was he the guy that slipped Daedalus the supplies so […]