Jesse Hazelip sat down with Warholian.com to give an exclusive interview and sneak peak at some of his latest pieces in mid-process. Hazelip is well known in the San Francisco Bay Area street scene for his oversized Buffalo/Bomber juxtapositions, as well as herons with heads of anti-artillery weaponry. Hazelip’s work questions humanity’s obsession with war through imagery that is not only poignant, but also beautiful.
Relaxing in his New York City hotel room Nas kicked off his shoes and spoke to the.LIFE Files about Barack Obama, the Avatar craze, legendary rapper Guru passing, his former manager’s Steve Stoute’s comments to the.LIFE Files, how the internet has changed music and more.
Been M.I.A. for awhile but now KounterKulture is back. What better way to make up for time, after an inexplicably long hiatus then to make a post, with just links to other post. Still this is some of the most interesting things you may or may not have seen on the web:
Everybody’s favorite house band The Roots (sans Black Thought, Kamal and others) sat down with Gawker for their most recent interview. In it they discuss how they’ve been adjusting to late night TV, the death of the magazine and how Twitter nearly broke up the band.