Radii sponsors the hush crew very own acid flash back event on april 27 2013 .The hush crew boldly stepped up to the plate by booking several of the biggest names in the Acid and Soul / Disco / Funky House genres for this event with 2 rooms of fun and a complete art installation and some of the best visuals we seen in a while . Some of the djs at the event legendary house dj steve loria and dj jeno from san francisco’s wicked ,kenny summit,jaymistic,scott k and many others. Room 2 was on fire and the vibe was really great and dj’s in the Soul /Disco / Funk room really picked it up a notch and were dropping straight dance floor bombs! Scott K Boxmusic, Eddie Barajas, Kenny Summit, Mike DjFido Reyes, and Bret Wallace practically burnt that basement down with the heat they were playing. Be sure to catch the hush crews next event heart and soul with los angeles very own dj doc martin.
In our continued efforts to improve our brand and to grow ourselves as a global company, we are very happy to introduce to you our BRAND NEW technology, the CLOUD 9 SOCK LINER. Starting for Summer 2013 and going forward, the line will come fitted with our brand new Cloud 9 sock liners. We’ve taken elements of what we already used in our sock liners, and really refined and perfected the new ones for a superior comfort and look.
Emmeric Konrad spent 4 years in the United States Marine Corps before going on to earn a BFA from Otis/Parson’s when it was still in the trenches of MacArthur Park. Since graduating from Otis his work has been shown in the United states , Germany and Japan. Emmeric’s work has been compared to the edgy pop artists of the late seventies and the early eighties, but with his own personal vision, at once perverse and strangely satirical. Inspired by Walt Disney’s humorous creations and by the intensity of such artist as Otto Dix, Goya and De Kooning, Konrad gravitates to the darker side of the human psyche. With childlike images of pigs, dogs, mice, and people replete with exaggerated attributes, Konrad’s paintings are happily manic expressions of equally innocent and painfully troubled characters interacting and willfully acting out.He delights in bringing his unique inner world to the canvas. Continue reading
We recently sat down with one of our “Chicks in Kicks” adult model, Lindsay Hancock @Misslindsayhancock, for Spring 2013 and asked her some riveting questions. NSFW
Waist 23, hips 33, Bust 34C, 5’6”, Blonde, Hazel eyes
What’s underneath all that beauty?
There is a lot more to me than meets the eye! Besides modeling, I’m also an artist & fashion designer, and I work as a freelance makeup artist as well. I’m a quadruple threat,…Haha! Other than that I’m just a down to earth girl that loves to have a good time & live the good life
Salvador Rosette (born January 08, 1983), better known by his stage name Sunny Rose (pronounced /ˌSuh-Nee -Roze’/,), is an Mexican/American hip-hop recording artist and writer from Italian descent . He first gained notoriety from entering VH1’s Save The Music contest in 2004, in which over 12,000 artists had submitted original music. Out of the 12,000 submissions Sunny Rose finished in the top 30. This motivated Sunny Rose to take his music career to new height’s by recording endless music and networking through out California at concerts , conventions , social events and making appearances on local radio stations in pursuit of gaining exposure to solidify himself as a recording artist . With his hard work and dedication to his music it gave him the opportunity to become an opening act for well known recordings artist such as Bone-Thugs-N-Harmony , Glasses Malone, Too Short , Roscoe Umali, Mr. Capon-E , Lil’ Rob, E-40 and Wyclef Jean.
Alec Monopoly is the unidentified street artist speaking through the iconic board game character of the Monopoly man. Alec’s art connects the medium with the message on lampposts, billboards, and galleries throughout the world. Initially his work was fueled by concepts of wealth, excess, and the ingredients of an economic collapse, his art has since evolved to explore ideas of society and selfhood at large.
As a painter and a street artist, Alec creates work that engages and exposes the intensities of modern life. Interacting directly with the shifting concepts of power and property, his work is often created under the realities of surveillance and secrecy. While his gallery exhibitions are often sold out, Alec’s street art is found throughout major urban landscapes allowing his work to remain accessible to a diverse audience.
Originally from New York City and currently based out of Los Angeles, Alec Monopoly and his work have been followed by The Huffington Post, Juxtapoz Magazine, The Wooster Collective, Playboy Magazine, and The Dirt Floor.com.