Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Lady Amalthea

Alex Livv

If you enjoy flat landings you may enjoy this and if you enjoy utter weirdness you may enjoy this.

Saturday, May 21, 2011

Swinging Dogs

Here's a photo I shot of Jeanie the Genie on a rope swing we found. It suits dogs.

Squinch Owl

"Squinch Owl is a wild animal who came in to your house through an open window looking for food. You thought it was cute, so you tried to tame it. It sits on your shoulder now, and makes beautiful noises, but will go for the jugular if you're not careful."-Folk Routes

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Under a Facade of Quackery

Brendan Howey

Exactly what you would expect from a Mountain Bike Film random remix tunes and a lot of slow motion but if you go behind that the riding is incredible. Brendan rips a sweet looking trail and throws his dirt jumping steez into a technical singletrack. It'll definitely get you stoked to ride your bike. Enjoy!
Burn them cities little darling.
Close your eyes little darling.
Forget the prayers
the untold stories still remain.

Escape your cage little darling.
Spread your wings little darling.
Those sterile walls
are the ones to blame.

Leave your legs in the woods little darling.
Keep your mind in the air little darling.
The trees are the ones
who truly care.

Thighs of the Day

Photo brought to you by ya boy T-Dunn.

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Part Management

If its Bone Deth you know it's good.

The Trickster as Villain

Art: Cannon Dill

Freight Train

Here's a classic for all you twat-fools out there. Elizabeth Cotton wrote this song around 1908 when she was about 13 years old after saving up to buy her own guitar she revolutionized the alternating bass style of playing. Where she would play a right handed guitar upside down and play the bass strings with her fingers and the melodies with her thumb. Her wamwam style of playing is known now most commonly as "cotton picking." Enough with my brief history lesson. Click play and ENJOY!!!

Sunday, May 8, 2011

Swift Lapse of the Brain


Eveynone is a filmmaking team from New York that has been producing exquisite short films such as these. The films involve no spoken words just images and instrumentals . If you dig "symmetry" you can check out more of their films here.

Tuesday, May 3, 2011


Here's a recent photo that I shot the other day on a banjo playing mission in the Marin Headlands. I saw the sign and some rocks and decided it needed an arrow, in order to make the sign a little more clear.

Arte Sempre

What up my brothas and sistas! Heres a video of Zio Ziegler a fatherly figure, a shredder and a homie. In this short introduction Zio goes in to the world of his art as well as his new store, Arte Sempre Which is located in Mill valley, CA at 104 Throckmorton Down Town next to the the theater.

For the next month i'll be displaying 20 black and white film prints at his gallery and I'd love for the homies to drop by. Tell your friends, your dogs, your moms, your pops, your teachers, and grandmothers. (sneak Peak)


Art: Emily Schwenk

Joanna Newsom

Lately this girl has been rocking my world with her "Appalachian-meets-avant-garde take on folk" music. She plucks beautiful harp melodies and solos on her celtic harp which may drift you to sleep, yet her clever and bizzare lyrics tame you to stay awake and drift into a trance like state. Some of her songs like "Emily" include a banjo which gives her music an everlasting stream of uniqueness and the fact that she's adorable makes it even better. ENJOY!

Beetle Dog

666 Chris Von Blohn

Chris is a fellow Twat and here is a tasty bowl of the devil brought to you by his woodwamwheels.