House of Slay x AAPI Heritage Month

House of Slay x AAPI Heritage Month

In honor of AAPI Heritage Month, House of Slay and Diageo put together an awesome live and interactive event entitled Diageo Day Night Mrkt. Designers such as Prabal Gurung, Phillip Lim, designer and creative director Laura Kim, Tina Leung and Ezra J. William (“Slaysians”) came together to highlight some of the rich aspects of the AAPI community. We enjoyed food, art, drink, and the company … Continue reading House of Slay x AAPI Heritage Month

Jack Honey Art Beats +Lyrics New York

Jack Honey Art Beats +Lyrics New York

Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey presents Art, Beats & Lyrics. This traveling urban art and music exhibition supports visionary artists and musicians who share our values of authenticity, creativity, and individuality. These uniquely curated showcases blur the line between artist and audience, and have had featured performances from the likes of Kendrick Lamar, Raekwon, Mannie Fresh, Scarface, and Bun B. Photos by Francisco Valdez Continue reading Jack Honey Art Beats +Lyrics New York

The Guardians of Justice: How Adi Shankar Brought Bootlegs to Mainstream

The Guardians of Justice: How Adi Shankar Brought Bootlegs to Mainstream

Friendship is a hard concept to define. It can vary from being overstated to outright unappreciated. Getting a 5am call to hang out is a special type of friendship. It’s one that requires being on your feet, open minded, and a lot of coffee. When a friend calls you that early to go for a walk and chat you know it’s time to put your … Continue reading The Guardians of Justice: How Adi Shankar Brought Bootlegs to Mainstream

The Boys - A Cultural Phenomenon

The Boys – A Cultural Phenomenon

Has there ever been a show to take a nation by storm like The Boys? Fuck no. Sorry, I am quoting Homelander again (the psychopath Superman type played by the always amazing Anthony Starr). The show took the things people hate about Marvel/DC movies and flipped it on its proverbial head, effectively causing a lovely decapitation. The series, an adaption of Garth Ennis’ book of … Continue reading The Boys – A Cultural Phenomenon

The Wheel of Time: On The Right Path

The Wheel of Time: On The Right Path

We live in a world of an overflow of content, whether it’s television, movies, or books. Sometimes it’s a bit much, with some great work being lost in the shuffle. Other times there are massive undertakings that seem almost too ambitious. This is how I initially felt when I heard Amazon was going to give us a live action series that followed the late Robert … Continue reading The Wheel of Time: On The Right Path