Archive for September, 2010

Wayne Brady x Mike Tyson x Bobby Brown

September 30, 2010

Whoa boy…!

Every Little Step with Mike Tyson & Wayne Brady from Mike Tyson

I’ll say that dude is funny and talented, but remember the switch over?

And while we’re on the funny/hiphop thing, Jimmy Fallon is doing alright, isn’t he?
…well NBC wont let me embed so…
Justin Timberlake x Jimmy Fallon x The Roots


Hunyad Castle

September 29, 2010

Horribly creepy and welcoming at the same time!

Now located in Hunedoara, Romania, the Hunyad Castle was part of Principality of Transylvania, and it’s believed to be the place where Vlad III of Wallachia (commonly known as Dracula) was held prisoner for 7 years after he was deposed in 1462.The castle is a relic of the Hunyadi dynasty. It was built in Gothic style, but has Baroque and Renaissance architectural elements. It is a large and imposing building with tall and diversely colored roofs, towers and myriad windows and balconies adorned with stone carvings.


Sharks & Hammers is moving.

September 29, 2010

To all of those who want to head to Sharks & Hammers to buy your Welcome To Eastvan gear or just check the store out here is some information for you…

Dear Customers, Neighbours and the Curious,

Sharks & Hammers is moving.

See Sea Monstr Sushi behind you at 55 Powell?

Well Sharks & Hammers is moving into the back of that with an entrance on
Alexander street and also an entrance through the restaurant. It’s going to
be new and awesome and will open October 18th.

Sea Monstr Sushi will open on October 1st.

This space here is going to be a new venture of ours called Catalog Gallery.
It will open on October 8th with a show called ³Postulate Dementia² by The

See you soon.

Sharks & Hammers moving sign

Catalog Gallery Presents: The Dark – Postulate Dementia Show

September 28, 2010

October 8th, 2010 marks the grand opening of the Catalog Gallery at 56 Powell Street in Vancouver’s Gastown. Check the vid for a sneak peak at the accompanying show opener:

Louvens Remy- Director and Editor
Vaughn Robert Squire- Creative and Music Score
Aaron Rivando- Camera

For more information, hit up


GHETTOZONE by E.D.G.E. x Jeff Spec

September 28, 2010

E.D.G.E. keeps it fresh with another hot release featuring Jeff Spec.

Grab the new track HERE and watch out for “The 29th Year.”


HERE, MY DEAR by Terrace Martin

September 28, 2010

Here, my dear readers, is a little Westcoast funk from the very talented Californian, Terrace Martin. Having worked with the likes of Snoop, DJ Quik, Warren G, Raphael Saadiq and countless others, Mr. Martin has now teamed with Devi Dev to release this FREE album. Enjoy this ode to everybody’s favourite sex musician, Marvin Gaye.

Download HERE.

Thanks to 2Dopeboyz!

Calvin & Hobbes 2.0

September 27, 2010

A few months ago, gathered a slew of artist interpretations of Bill Watterson‘s Calvin & Hobbes. Being one of my all time favourite comics, I just had to share some of these awesome pieces with Bill’s being the first (and best).

Bill Watterson

Jim Rugg

James Hance


Jerrod Maruyama

Richard Kuoch

M.S. Corley

Newspaper Recyling Only

September 27, 2010

Newspaper Recyling Only, originally uploaded by jules andre brown.

Tibet’s Potala Palace

September 26, 2010

Just incredible.

Perched upon Marpo Ri hill, 130 meters above the Lhasa valley, the Potala Palace rises a further 170 meters and is the greatest monumental structure in all of Tibet. In 637 Emperor Songtsen Gampo decided to build this palace on a hill, and the structure stood until the seventeenth century, when it was incorporated into the foundations of the greater buildings still standing today. Construction of the present palace began in 1645 during the reign of the fifth Dalai Lama and by 1648 the Potrang Karpo, or White Palace, was completed. The Potrang Marpo, or Red Palace, was added between 1690 and 1694; its construction required the labors of more than 7000 workers and 1500 artists and craftsman. The Potala Palace was only slightly damaged during the Tibetan uprising against the invading Chinese in 1959. Unlike most other Tibetan religious structures, it was not sacked by the Red Guards during the 1960s and 1970s. As a result, all the chapels and their artifacts are very well preserved.


Werd x Dogs

September 26, 2010


A couple of days ago, Werd, his homie Tyler and myself found ourselves debating the cleanliness of a dog’s mouth. I always knew a dog’s mouth must be clean because I learned somewhere that their licks could help heal cuts and scratches. Tyler, however, started to sway my “ol’ wives tale” thinking. Werd followed up 3 days later with this message:

Dogs mouths tend to be open a great deal of the time. More air circulates through the mouth and tounge it kills most microbes and bacteria that like darker, damper conditions.

They also dont eat the crap we do, they dont get as much stuff stuck in there teeth. If they only eat hard kibble they will have a cleaner mouth than yours.

Actually on discovery channel Myth Busters show they did a test on dogs mouth compared to humans and the dog was something like 65% cleaner than the humans.

Addition Info: Dogs Saliva have anti bacterial make up that clean the teeth and tounge when ever they begin to salivate. Its not a wivestale actually, its a documented treatment of the poor and homeless (street beggars) in biblical times. Those people too poor to get medical treatment would let the street dogs lick there wounds in order for them to heal… not gaping wounds but little cuts, scrapes, soars, blisters. NOW a days we have more antiseptic enviroment, those people were hardier than us. We probably shouldnt let dogs lick our wounds.

CATS on the other hand have Extremely dirty mouth, worse than ours. I would never let a cat lick a wound. Its due to the specilized tounge hairs and the make up of there teeth. Also there diet is more rodent based and therefore get more germs from there food.