Thursday, September 11, 2008
This is a Dwell House in NC and it is also a prefab home. Now I'm from
To learn more visit THE DWELL HOUSE. Well I'm off to the bank to get my million dollar modular mortgage, I will let ya know that works out.
Posted by dubelyoo at 1:46 AM
Wednesday, September 10, 2008
Over the last year I have painted on so many wall I should start a new side business. After gallons and gallons of paint with warm and touching names like "crackling leaf" and "liquorish" I came across a site, in a magazine, where you can get custom wallpaper made to add some heat to the the gallery white walls at ya crib. Pay attention artists this may not be a bad idea to have your own design on the wall to display your work at your next show.
Let me know what ya think.
Posted by dubelyoo at 8:00 AM
JACKSON MS. was the 3rd stop on our AB+L tour and it was off the chaaaaaaaain!!! The people in Jackson were so down to earth and really showed us love. The turn out was 1100 and even the vice mayor was on the dance floor. At the show we got to meet up with more of the cool Jack Daniels higher ups and we all enjoyed the art of some Jack Town's hottest visual artist and well as the work of the AB+L fam. We are hitting ST LOUIS IN NOV. If you haven't seen the show we have 4 more cities to go....for now. If you want to be part of the movement holla at us.
Make art, make music, make friends and make history ART BEATS + LYRICS!
AND MORE PICS
Posted by dubelyoo at 7:10 AM
Tuesday, September 09, 2008
Monday, September 08, 2008
OK if you're like me a self proclaimed seeker of all things funky, you must go to the STAX MUSEUM in Memphis. "From the award-winning introductory documentary film to an authentic 100-year-old Mississippi Delta church that explains the gospel roots of soul music, the Stax Museum of American Soul Music winds and twists through a labyrinth of exhibits that promote and preserve the legacy of American soul music and its contributions internationally, highlighting musical giants such as Isaac Hayes, Otis Redding, the Staple Singers, the Bar-Kays, Booker T. & the MGs, Johnnie Taylor, Little Milton, Al Green, Aretha Franklin, Ike & Tina Turner, and hundreds of others.
Now the layout was dooooope! They had original outfits from Ike and Tina, a hot exhibit in the gallergy on Otis Redding and to me the wildest thing in there was Isaac Hayes' restored, peacock-blue 1972 Superfly Cadillac El Dorado complete with television, white fur interior, refrigerator, and gold (that mean everywhere) trim. For $10 you get to experience the history raw soul that only Stax could deliver.
Things to get up on.
Posted by dubelyoo at 12:53 AM