Thursday, September 17, 2009
This is just cool. David Choe is a street artist to watch (I've been watching him for four years now). His "City Girl" piece spent several months as my laptop's wallpaper. Here, Choe paints his time-lapse piece at Nuart, an international street art festival in Stavanger on Norway's west coast.
There's plenty more where that came from.
One of my favorite Bay-area singer-songwriters, Goh Nakamura, just released his new music video for the movie White on Rice. In it, Goh ruminates about Wikipedia, mace and Gladys Knight. Heck - a guy who can come up with rhymes for "Fibonacci sequence" earns extra points in my book.
The music video also features the beautiful mugs of James Kyson Lee and Lynn Chen. White on Rice, a comedy, is currently playing in California and will open up at select theaters throughout the U.S. Can't wait til it comes to New York!
In the meantime, check out Goh as he's traveling the country on his Follow Your Whim Tour. According to his website, Goh "writes ditties about parking tickets, impossible crushes and faraway dreamlands." Exactly my kind of music...