Ben Eine. Oranges and Lemons. By Abbie Brandon.

Ben Eine - the famous British street artist collaborated with Abbie Brandon - a creative producer based in East London to make this film. Abbie follows Eine as he works on a mural for the side of the London Graphics Centre in Convent Garden. The piece re-appropriates the old nursery rhyme of the same name with his new added verses: “Oranges and lemons, say the bells of St. Clement’s/Pancakes and fritters, say the bells of St. Peter’s/“When I Grow rich,” say the bells of Shoreditch.”
Love this cat.

Kelsey Dake. Artist. NY.


The World As It Is: Dispatches on the Myth of Human Progress.

Chris Hedges's newest book is a panorama of the American empire at home and abroad, from the coarsening effect of America's War on Terror to the front lines in the Middle East and S. Asia and the continuing Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Underlying his reportage is a constant struggle with the nature of war and its impact on human civilization.
Chris Hedges is a fellow at The Nation Institute, writes for numerous publications including Harper’s, New York Review of Books, Granta, and Mother Jones, and is a columnist for Truthdig (a progressive online journal). He spent nearly two decades as a foreign correspondent in C. America, the M. East, Africa, and the Balkans, with 15 years at the NY Times. He is the author of the bestsellers War is a Force That Gives Us Meaning, American Fascists, Death of the Liberal Class, and Empire of Illusion: The End of Literacy and the Triumph of Spectacle.


Jacob Everett. Artist. UK.

Michael K. Williams (Omar Little)

Sir Alex Ferguson

Derek Jarman

Biggie Smalls

Alan Bennet

Florrie Baldwin

Biro on paper.

Stephanie De Rouge. In Your Fridge Series.

Stephanie De Rouge is a NY based photographer.

Pieces of the Puzzle.