Thursday, March 31, 2011
Monday, March 28, 2011
Shout out to the homie Inifinto 2017! "Slap These Boys" is the theme song to what we all feel at some point or another. Stop being wack and bring some originality! I love Infinito's layed back and relaxed style even in a situation where he's talking about slapping people. His ability to just be himself is what I support most about this man. Look him up, buy his music and support the brother... Peace INFINITO 2017!!!
For more information on Infinito 2017 go to the following link: http://www.infinito2017.com/
Thursday, March 24, 2011
Major shout out to the Sacred Stitch family! This video is an inside look at what goes on behind the scenes over at Sacred Stitch. A couple of months back Sacred Stitch got involved with the IMMORTALIZED documentary. I appreciate their garments and their love for the graffiti art form. Check out their gear and definitely purchase while its still exclusive!!! -SERRINGE
For more info on Sacred Stitch go to the following link:
Just in time for spring people! My brother from another mother L.I.F.E.LONG has just released this amazing collection of ill production, rhymes and all around hip hop flavor that only someone like L.I.F.E.LONG can deliver. "Afar Lifelong Travel Through Sound" features artists Raekwon, U.G., Breez Evahflowin, Big Ape, DJ Connect, Prince Po, Waxaholics and many more. The project will only be available for a free download for a month, so I highly recommend you download this project a.s.a.p. Major shout out to L.I.F.E.LONG and all who where involved in the creation of this gem... Respect! -SERRINGE
For more info on L.I.F.E.LONG go to the following links:
Monday, March 21, 2011
MR. MUSTART is a New Jersey based artist. I personally think he is what you would call a natural talent, but more like an extreme version of that. He is a good friend and someone who I truly respect as an artist and as an individual in a world full of plastic. He recently came by to help me with a backdrop for an artist profile that I'm doing on King Ra. I wasn't about to let him paint without documenting every moment of it. These are the results. Enjoy! -SERRINGE
Wednesday, March 16, 2011
These are some kicks that I would definitely rock. Pumas are my personal favorite because they just wrap around your foot perfectly and they're mad comfortable. Slap some fat laces on them and don't rock them in the rain and you're co-chillin. I stick to the roots of timeless super-buttery freshness all summer long... you should do the same! -SERRINGE
I started watching this video of the Legendary Grandmaster Roc Raida, and right when I was like, damn Roc you're the illest! I saw that sign in the background and said... Exactly!!! -SERRINGE
Shout out to Ron English! This guy is definitely one of my favorites. Ron has a real amazing way of using all types of colorful lighting in his pieces. If your not familiar with his work I highly recommend you google him or go to the following link: http://www.popaganda.com/
Tuesday, March 15, 2011
This mini-doc caught my attention because I feel the B-Girl never really got her props. Anybody that knows me knows that I appreciate the hell out of the art of breakdancing. Its complete body control and just about as physical as you can possibly get. In my lifetime I've attempted to rock, but I come to find out that you have to practice and basically apply yourself at 100% to really be able to get down. Now take all of that and apply it to a woman. That shit ain't easy and these ladies deserve to get an ELEMENT-TREE shout out for there dedication to the preservation of a fading art form! Mad props Ladies and peace and respect to B-Girls worldwide!!! -SERRINGE
Thursday, March 10, 2011
The Home Owner is back once again to defend his land in the unsettling sequal WRONG HOUSE 2. Directed By: SERRINGE for ELEMENT-TREE FILMS, Produced By: THEATER OF TERROR The amazing cast of characters features the likes of... Kurt Stahlin (Vampire in the Basement), Thomas Ryan (Dead Road), Rock Steady Ferretti (MAN IN BLACK), Roc Solid (Man in Black 2), Q (Man in Black) and heavy weight newcomers Basem Abdelmissih and Angel Colon.
Wednesday, March 9, 2011
NOTORIOUS B.I.G. It sucks not having you around... I was a B.I.G. fan. Listening to this interview now as a grown man I realize how young he was and how much he just wanted to live a better life. It's a shame he was murdered and takin away from Hip-Hop and all who loved him. To those responsible... I feel sorry for you.
Rest In Peace Biggie. -SERRINGE
Rest In Peace Biggie. -SERRINGE