9 Apr
From hanging with Keith Harring to painting planes in Arizona

When we last saw the Boneyard Projects, it was for ROA’s Night Flight video (coincidentally we just previewed some ROA x SK8room decks below). This time The Boneyard Project invited New York artist Kenny Scharf to paint his creations on one of the many planes rotting in the Pima Air & Space museum outside of Tucson, […]


19 Oct
French street artist lays his work in the Arizona desert

The first time we stumbled across ROA’s pieces in downtown Los Angeles we were floored. In the over-crowded world of street art he still stands apart with a singular technique — both highly detailed and yet very personally stylized. Now ROA’s the latest artist to contribute to The Boneyard Project, drawing two giant birds on […]


12 Aug
Maya Arulpragasam gets all freestyle on your ass

I seriously cannot figure out what everyone is smoking. I don’t care what the haters say, the new M.I.A. record is brilliant: the beats are sparce, complex, bad ass. I’m not sure — were people expecting 12 “Paper Planes” in a row? I can understand Perez Hilton, soccer moms and tweens that discovered her while […]


27 Jul
Now only half as hideous...but it can still fly

Remember that Terrafugia Flying Car we talked about last summer? They promised it was more than wistful ambitions and barely functioning proof of concepts, hoping to enter production as early as this year. Well apparently they’re one step closer, finally releasing the production version of their Transition Flying Car, which they’ve given a significant facelift. […]


17 May
New NASA-commissioned planes to save fuel and pollution

In the past 50 years very little has changed in basic airplane design, and due to the growth in air travel the present system we have will not be able to absorb the growth. So NASA granted MIT a $2.1 million research contract to develop environmental and performance concepts that lead aviation into the next […]


Telstar Logistics flew on the new Emirates A380 aircraft, which will fly from JFK to Dubai. The thing is insane. It will transport 489 people: 399 Economy seats on the lower deck, and 76 Business Class and 14 First Class “suites” on the upper deck. The First Class “suites” are little pods, complete with burlwood […]