15 Jan
Jimmy Page revisits the classics on wax

Nothing beats the visceral satisfaction of finding music classics on vinyl at the local swap meet. Or better yet, swiping classic rock records from Dad’s forgotten collection. But there has to be something said about getting those old jams freshly remastered onto brand new, fresh-off-the-press wax. In that case, you’ll be happy to hear about Led Zeppelin remastered boxed […]


8 Oct
Rizzoli comprehensively chronicles an American original

The late Bunny Yeager was a pinup model and photographer as well as contemporary of the great Bettie Page. And from her extensive archives, gathered into the pages of Bettie Page: Queen of Curves, are not only many of her best known and revered images, but also many never-before-seen photos. Yeager’s photography career was made when her photograph of Bettie […]


3 Oct
New 42-minute set from San Francisco's Bass maestro

Maestro of bass, original dubstep provocateur, friend of LIAS, political rabblerouser and all around supernatural EDM talent Bassnectar blesses the world with a brand new mixtape today, simply titled the Freestyle mixtape. Mr. Lorin Ashton’s chest-rattling 40-minute set offers remixes, collaborations and guest appearances by the likes of Hudson Mohawke, Ming & FS, Zion I, Mimi […]


22 Jun
Taschen's 300 page tome to one of the world's top photographers

Peruvian-born Mario Testino is one of the most highly regarded lensmen on the planet, having photographed nearly every A-list celebrity worth their teeth-whitener (Gwyneth Paltrow, Lady Gaga, Julia Roberts, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Claudia Schiffer, Madonna, Rolling Stones, Giselle Bundchen and let’s not forget his Kate Moss by Mario Testino book) for the most prestigious magazines on […]


20 Mar
Paul Gough's 160-page paperback on the famed prankster

Banksy has become somewhat of a cottage industry for publishers, who all seem to want to express their perspective of the famed Bristol artist/prankster (and/or make some money off his name). The latest is Banksy: The Bristol Legacy from professor/author Paul Gough, 160-page paperback which follows his rise in his hometown of Bristol culminating in […]


24 Oct
SceneFour collaborates with music icons at Andrew Weiss Gallery

Los Angeles-based creativity house SceneFour and its army of collaborators have joined forces to showcase their art in an exhibition aptly titled Come Together. The exhibit, which is held at the Andrew Weiss Gallery in Beverly Hills, features work from RZA of the Wu-Tang Clan, Chuck D of Public Enemy, DJ Qbert (above), Shavo Odadjian […]


28 Jun
Taschen gets in on the badonkadonk action

It appears that high-end design/coffeetable book publisher Taschen has decided to go the route of King magazine and collect a compendium dedicated to the female rump. The Big Butt Book is the fourth installment of editor Dian Hanson’s critically acclaimed body parts series (following editions dedicated to breasts, penises and legs), and features over 400 […]


14 May
Playboy Legacy Collection at Art & Artifact Gallery in Los Angeles

Photographs like that above always make me wonder: Is there such a thing as universal sexual appeal? What I mean is, I’m pretty sure every heterosexual male who sees the above photo gets a special stirring of the loins, even if they’re 95 and haven’t felt a stirring since the Reagan era. And I’ll pretty […]