Last night Alexander Spit did what most would find to be the unthinkable: He recorded an entire album, titled “Alive At Virgil Normal,” in one day (10 hours to be exact); Ryuta Hironaga hosts "Lost in L.A." photo exhibition at Virgil Normal.
Parks Project Co-Founder Keith Eshleman discusses their recent tee collaboration with artist Steven Harrington, the importance of preserving our national parks, and why it's important to get off the grid sometimes.
"Last month I was in my local skateboard shop and like most trips, found myself flipping through random skate magazines while chatting with my friend. On this specific day, I was checking out Huck Magazine, when I stumbled upon a re-released interview from 2008 with Scott Bourne titled, “An American in Paris.”
Editor-in-Chief Diane Abapo gives insight into the making of ISSUE 06 with a never-before-seen glimpse into the printing process at a Los Angeles printshop. Follow her as she visits the printshop on the first day of production for ISSUE 06 and discusses the five-year journey to get her to where SUSPEND is presently.
Now for the first time I feel like SUSPEND has found a real home. We have a dedicated printshop in Culver City who is kind enough to open its facility to show us exactly what goes on when we finally hit that e-mail saying, "Let's go to print."
Rather than using her artistic voice for personal gain or "fame," the Oakland-bred documentarian known as Brittsense casts her lens on the light most of the country and the world in its entirety, has tried to dim.