Had a conversation with friends in #Tokyo and learned about Dick “The Destroyer” Beyer. He was an American wrestler who who became famous in Japan. Inspired by the story and imagery, designed and screen printed this t-shirt. Can’t wait to rock it! #chiefmischief #DIY
White Haus - “How I Feel”
Yes, things are looking up…
Things are looking up today … (although, slightly concerned about rodents…hope that bin design was well thought out…)
NYTimes: Bloomberg Plan Aims to Require Food Composting
The Bloomberg administration plans to announce shortly that it is hiring a composting plant to handle 100,000 tons of food scraps a year, or about 10 percent of the city’s residential food waste.
I am such a sucker for videos where people are dancing enthusiastically!
Duke Dumont (feat. A*M*E*) - “Need U”
Settlements is a 7-color Japanese woodcut combined with etching and chine colle, printed by Serena Perrone and David Curcio at Ningyo Editions.
Serena Perrone, Settlements
A genealogy of textile factory disasters.
"It’s well past time for all of us to reflect on this cycle and how cheap it would be to break out of it if only there were enough public pressure on the apparel industry. The cost for us is minimal; the cost for others is great. Bargain-hunters at Wal-Mart and haute couture customers on Fifth Avenue alike should shame those companies that pass the savings on to us as they pass the suffering on to others we never see. This is not a remote or distant problem.
Take a look at the tag on your shirt. The problem is as close as your skin.”