Augmented Reality Cinema

•July 12, 2011 • Leave a Comment

Imagine your favorite movies (the ones that take place in “reality” anyway). With Harry Potter, you can visit platform 9 3/4, walk down the same Paris streets that Leo and Ellen during Inception. And coming soon, you can walk the streets with the stars as you walk them. Of course, as an ex-New Yorker, I realize this is just going to triple the number of gawking tourists standing around pointing at the most inane things. But for more info on this terror to the sidewalks, go here.

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Most Expensive Skulls in the World

•July 12, 2011 • Leave a Comment
Take everything in moderation

Max the Texas Crystal Skull.

From Damien Hirst to ancient Guatemalans, crystal skulls are among the most valuable pieces of art and artifacts in the world. Some are ancient (or faked old), some have disreputable histories, and some were found in eerie circumstances and with unusual means. Read it all here.

Before graffiti was middle class…

•July 8, 2011 • Leave a Comment
Always Be Willing to Learn

Jean-Michel Basquiat -- PHOTO BY JAMES VAN DER ZEE

Cited as Lil’ Wayne’s favorite visual artist, the late Jean-Michal Basquiat, a graffiti-inspired artist began his graffiti-inspired works in the subways until he graduated to the galleries of SOHO. The January 1983 issue of interview holds the entire conversation between him and curator Henry Geldzahler and can be found here

Megan Fox, an interview, for Interview Magazine by Zach Galifianakis

•July 8, 2011 • Leave a Comment

Zach Galifianakis interviews Megan Fox as she speaks on her fame, paparazzi, and the media machine. A very organic, raw interview with two rarely appreciated intelligent minds.

At the age of 24, Fox has already appeared in two blockbuster movies—Michael Bay’s CGI-robot juggernaut Transformers (2007), and its sequel, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen—which, combined, have grossed more than $1.5billion worldwide. Over the last few years, she has also done a series of other non-Transformers films, including How to Lose Friends and Alienate People (2008), and the campyDiablo Cody–written thriller Jennifer’s Body—the bulk of which have quickly wilted at the box office.

Read more at Interview