July’s shirt of the month is an ultra-limited edition shirt with a one-of-a-kind color way & printing process we are calling “B/D Yoga Vintage.” With only 25 units ever made, this shirt will definitely sell out quickly! The shirt image of a playfully levitating yogi has been printed without a white base to give it a lovingly-faded appearance. It looks like your favorite shirt, without having to wear & wash it 200 times to get the same effect. Once gone, this shirt will not be reprinted–so pick yours up ASAP at the Beautiful/Decay Online Shop!
New York’s Buke & Gase recently released their second LP, General Dome on Brassland to great reviews. Arone Dyer and Aron Sanchez have once again succeeded in creating a unique sound based on their homemade instruments as well as Dyer’s amazing voice.
“Buke = (pronounced “Byook”) a self-modified six-string former baritone ukulele.”
“Gase = (pronounced “Gace”) a guitar-bass hybrid of Aron Sanchez’s own creation.”
They’re currently finishing up their North American tour with a stop tonight at the Echo in Los Angeles and also a show at the Casbah in San Diego tomorrow, February 20th before heading to Australia and Europe. Check out their new video for their very catchy single, Hiccup and grab a ticket to one of their last shows of the tour.
Recently, a completely fantastical portal of swirling stars and lights dazzled thousands of Norwegians who happened to witness this astrological phenomena. The spectacle was, for lack of other words, divinely unreal. Calls flooded the Norwegian Astrological Society shorty later…what was it? Of course, the media called it a “failed Russian missile launch,” which was never confirmed, (the best “rationalization” of this irrational event was by CBS: watch here) leaving me filled with wonder at the potentialities of our forever amazing infite universe. Was it a portal opening to take us back to the mothership? The unexplainable beyond materialized? Black hole? Worm hole? Are we just tiny sea monkeys swimming in a crystal-skulled reptilian-humanoid’s fish tank? Was this him tapping on the glass of our little bowl for amusement, to watch us scurry about? Are we just dust in the wind? Who knows. Check out videos of the phenomena after the jump…careful, it’ll probably blow your mind.
It’s the middle of summer and the mercury is rising. As your calendar is filling up with pool parties, barbeques, summer festivals, beach days, and picnics at the park you’ll be needing a refreshing adult beverage to take along for the ride. That’s where Sauza Sparkling Tequila steps in. For starters there is no need for mixers. Simply chill your bottle to perfection, pop open the top, and pour everyone the perfect hassle-free summer drink. You’ll be the toast of the fete and every guy and gal poolside will love you for bringing their favorite tequila to the party.
Sauza Sparkling Tequila is the ultimate summer get together beverage. Next time you’re firing up the grill remember to pick up a bottle or two to start your party right.
The paper cut pieces of Wendy Wallin Malinow reveal the deeper goings-on of animals. Malinow’s pieces are cut to expose an x-ray type view of various forest and ocean animals. In addition to the bone structure, a meal is visible inside each animal. While playful, there is also a sad quality to her work. Malinow’s work reveals the nourishment and effort to needed to survive as well as the violence at times inherent in that. A squirrel has ingested some acorn’s while a wolf seems to be filled with the ghost of a red riding hood.
I have to start out by saying that A Perfect Circle’s “Counting Bodies Like Sheep to the Rhythm of the War Drums” is one of my favorite songs. This animation is an excellent interpretation of the trance the song puts the listener into as well as the false sense of security and comfort we often get from the media.