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I somehow managed to crash the party, errr, Bicycle Film Festival art show opening tomorrow. Info below:

Joyride Art Show
Morono Kiang Gallery
218 W. 3rd St., Bradbury Building
Los Angeles, CA 90013
bicyclefilmfestival.com | moronokiang.com

Opening Reception:
September 1, 2010 | 6-10 PM

Featured Artists:
Agathe Snow • Alec Schwarz • Alessandro Zuek Simonetti • Ashira Siegel • Benedict Radcliffe • Benny Zenga • Brendan Bock • Brian Barnhart • Christian Thormann • Edwin De La Rosa • Eric Davis • Erik Foss • Eyeone SH • Fumie Ishii • Gabriella Guthrie • Greg Ugalde • Jessica Findley • Julia Chiang • Justin Jernigan • Leo Fitzpatrick • Louise Chen • Marco Zamora • Marcus McKenzie • Massan/PEZ • Matt Lingo • Nick Marinkovich • Roadblock • Shepard Fairey • Spike Jonze • Takuya Sakamoto Tim Barber Tom Blanchard • Tommii Lim • Van Neistat • & more!

When my blog got zapped about a year ago, I thought I had lost a bunch of content. However, a recent hard-drive crash I got hit with came with a silver-lining: I found a grip of old posts looking through some of my back-up disks.

These flicks are from a Summer '09 mission to Chicago. They include plenty of random ish as well as stuff from visits to three of my favorite places in Chi-town: The Art Institute of Chicago, Prairie Books, and Golden Age. 'Nuff said...































































































More info on the EyeWriter project that Tempty is involved with...

The TRAFIK homies' film To Live and Ride in L.A. is premiering next week at the Los Angeles Bicycle Film Festival. (I'm told a wall by Cache and I makes a little guest appearance. FYI: Swank did the fresh handstyles and poster for this film, SHyeaahhh!!!)

More on TRAFIK here.
More on To Live and Ride in L.A. here.
More on the Bicycle Film Festival here.

I collab'd with 1:AM Gallery on this limited-edition Bike Power churt. It is available exclusively at 1:AM (but they can probably be convinced to ship one out.)

You can hit 'em up though their website here.






The SNOW Magazine Cafe in Tokyo is in full swing through the month of August. Lost is one of the publications featured in its Zines Corner, along with rad zine Disaster and a slew of others donated from my personal stash.

Per SNOW: "The SNOW Magazine Cafe is a month-long celebration of art, design, and culture magazines from around the world, on display for everyone's reading pleasure at Cafe Pause in Tokyo."

August 1-30, 2010
Open daily 12:00-23:00
(until 22:00 on Sundays)

Pause
1 F-2-14-12
Minami-Ikebukuro
Toshima-Ku Tokyo
zip 171-0022
cafepause.jugem.jp


Brought to you by SNOW Magazine and GOOD Inc.

More info here.

I attended Typecon today and heard a super rad lecture by Adrian Wilson on the typography of textile trademarks from the 19th century.

Adrian Wilson on Textile Trademarks.
More on the lecture (with an accompanying PDF) on Woodtyper.
More on Typecon here.
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Iconic type foundry House Industries is presenting an installation featuring new wood serigraphs, products, and their signature cool gear at Reserve tonight. Info below:

Opening:
Friday, August 20, 2010
7pm – 11pm

Reserve LA
420 North Fairfax Avenue
Los Angeles, California 9003
reservela.net | houseind.com


Chicharon Adventures did a cool write-up on the show Cache and I put together in San Francisco at 1:AM Gallery. Peep their coverage here.

eyeone.tumblr.com now open for more online shennanigans...

1:AM posted a dope photo set of all the work from THE REVOLUTIONARIES show Cache and I did in SF (with a lot of help from our friends.) Check it here.

J.Shea sent me this fresh drawing on the back of an envelope last week. Thank 9!

More of his work here.
































Shots from The Revolutionaries show at 1:AM Gallery. More info below:

Gallery hours: Tue-Sat | 12:00 - 6:30 p.m.
Show runs through September 4, 2010

1:AM Gallery
1000 Howard St.
San Francisco, CA 94103
1amsf.com

Featuring:
Cache and Eyeone with very special guests LeHumanBeing, Kofie, Eyeformation, Luna, Paula Ramirez, Raymundo Reynoso, Noek, Perfecto Romero, and Liborio Noval.


The Perseids will be at peak visibility between tonight and tomorrow night. If you can get away from city lights you will catch a falling star (or perhaps a thousand.)

Info at NASA Science.



Cache and I painted this wall outside 1:AM Gallery for our exhibit. All day!

See it larger here.

Just got back from SF... Photo courtesy of 1:AM. Piρatas by LeHumanBeing.

Window installation by LeHumanBeing at 1:AM SF. Info below:

Opening:
August 7, 2010
Noon - 6:30 p.m.

1:AM Gallery
1000 Howard St.
San Francisco, CA 94103
1amsf.com

Featuring:
Cache and Eyeone with very special guests LeHumanBeing, Kofie, Eyeformation, Luna, Paula Ramirez, Raymundo Reynoso, Noek, Perfecto Romero, and Liborio Noval.

Showing in San Francisco at 1:AM Gallery. Info below:

Opening:
August 7, 2010
Noon - 6:30 p.m.

1:AM Gallery
1000 Howard St.
San Francisco, CA 94103
1amsf.com

Featuring:
Cache and Eyeone with very special guests LeHumanBeing, Kofie, Eyeformation, Luna, Paula Ramirez, Raymundo Reynoso, Noek, Perfecto Romero, and Liborio Noval.





































Ground Kontrol in Portland rules! Classic video games, good drinks, and dope DJs will keep you dropping quarter after quarter into the machines all night long. Definitely worth a visit or three if you find yourself in the neighborhood.

From their website: "Over 90 of the best arcade games from the 70s, 80s, and 90s in an authentic gameroom environment. Original cabinets, original gameplay and original quarter slots, just like you remember! Pull on some Pumas and terrycloth wristbands, get in your stance, and prepare to immerse yourself in the electric glow of years gone by. "

Ground Kontrol Classic Arcade
511 NW Couch St.
Portland, OR 97209
groundkontrol.com




You can now view all of the artwork from the Not For Reproduction exhibit online. Show runs through August 24, 2010 and features works by Featuring work by Codak, Eyeone, Gabe Decker, J.Shea, and Racecar 13.

Check all the artwork here.

The Goodfoot
2845 SE Stark St.
Portland, OR 97214
thegoodfoot.com



Multnomah Falls, Oregon. Two-mile hike to the top.