020 Passin thru TSA Mix

Missed flight chronicles

So we selling dreams !

Here’s what I cooked up in the airport

Link here : Playlist


Tony Shnow - Yes Rubi !

Moh Berrrata - Highway To Hell

Waka flocka flame - Keep it Real

Xanmanshawty - Make enough

Sahbabii - Ready to Eat

Kool and the gang - Summer Madness

Prince Phillipe - Yeerrrrrr

Larry June - 6am in Sausalito

King Gheedorah - Fazers

Suprxme- Mixed Emotions

Mac Miller ft Wiz Khalifa - Keep Floatin

Unothaactivist - Extendo

Pierre Bourne - Cash Bro

Tony shnow - Deacon Tony

Cover art made by Alexandria Shire & I.

019 ICA presents Virgil Abloh

Had received the opportunity to view the upcoming gallery and document a talk by Virgil Abloh, artist; Ruth Erickson, Mannion Family Curator; and Michael Darling, former James W. Alsdorf Chief Curator at MCA Chicago.

Check the pictures out below

Exhibit opens July 3

Virgil Abloh: “Figures of Speech” is the first museum exhibition devoted to the work of the multidisciplinary artist and designer Virgil Abloh (b. 1980, Rockford, IL). Abloh pioneers a practice that cuts across media and connects visual artists, musicians, graphic designers, fashion designers, and architects. Abloh cultivated an interest in design and music at an early age, finding inspiration in the urban culture of Chicago. While pursuing a master’s degree in architecture from the Illinois Institute of Technology, he worked on album covers, concert designs, and merchandising. In 2013, Abloh founded his stand-alone fashion brand Off-White™ in Milan, Italy, and, in 2018, assumed the position of artistic director of Louis Vuitton’s menswear. Organized by the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago and set in an immersive space designed by Rem Koolhaas’s renowned architecture firm OMA*AMO, the exhibition will offer an in-depth look at defining highlights of Abloh’s career, including signature clothing collections, video documentation of iconic fashion shows, distinctive furniture and graphic design work, and collaborative projects with contemporary artists.

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