Long time BMX rider, videographer and friend of Defgrip Joe Cookie created this video about an awesome guy who helped out Hurricane Sandy victims and then got a little help himself.
Chinese Contemporary artist, Ai Weiwei, has a sick installation up in Toronto called “Forever Bicycles,” which conists of about 3,000 bicycles installed together to create this behemoth sculpture. This thing looks massive and epic; if you are in Toronto definitely go scope this it out! Found this over at Huh, which is a good source for some time wasting…obviously after you waste time here first.
Check out this years extended Treehouse of Horror intro by Guillermo del Toro. There are more film references in this than I’ll ever be able to point out.
It's all fun and games until a dog grabs your leg.
Holy shit, Action Park! Haven’t thought about that place in a minute.
I know some of you Jersey/East Coast viewers remember Action Park (from back in the day) well. Wild rides, loose atmosphere and urban legends galore. I’ve only been there once, but it was awesome. And yes, that loop of death was closed that day.
Click below to check out this quick 2 part mini documentary on the place.
One of the coolest things about watching old episodes of Miami Vice is noticing the fact that pretty much each episode has a strict color palette. The wardrobes, props, interior decor, landscapes and even food (!) adhere to the palette.
Click below to see a bunch more grabs from a single episode (Season 3 Episode 2) which aired in 1986 and guest starred Liam Neeson. Colors were blue with hints of green and yellow.
Motley Crue & Jay-Z cuz FUCK IT!