For the love of pizza, do yourself a favor; grab your favorite slice, sit down and watch this beautiful gem of a short produced by my friend Tom Levin, featuring the love of my life Charles Parker Newton.
Tom's a wiz with this sort of shit, and he goes for the gullet. He makes good choices, funny choices, beautiful choices. Always psyched to see what he produces next.
Parker has been known to get real from time to time. He gets real in life, on camera, passionately, about all sorts of things.
Long story long, here's Parker getting real on pizza, and its probably the best damn pizza in North America, maybe even the world.
Check it out...
Psyched to release this short profile piece on my good friend Aaron Busch.
Aaron's work is absolutely amazing. In my opinion, he's a wizard, blending steel and wood together into the perfect marriage with each new piece he produces. I'm especially a fan of his more modern looking works, love that orange table below.
Check out his furniture here www.adbusch.com
Good Luck is the first music video from the ambient loop-based band Billerica, off their debut album Good Luck.
Working with this crew and content was an absolute pleasure. Mint is proud to finally release this visual gem to the public.
For more sounds visit http://billerica.bandcamp.com/
Mint is proud to present the latest line from Core Deco.
We are very pleased to share our entirely new range of home goods. Bold, unexpected, and memorable, each of the new offerings has it's own distinct presence.
In the furniture category we have two exciting new additions, The Pyramid Terrarium and The Diamond Table. Expertly constructed with luxurious hardwoods, these items are well suited to take center stage in your home or office.
After the wild success of our debut collection of Ceramic Tiles we are back now with even more options. Timeless greyscale geometry meets the modern interior. Revive your shower or kitchen backsplash with these unique gems.
We had a nice visit back to Maine for Matt W. Moores new digs, it's always a pleasure working with him and the Core Deco products.
So much thanks to the folks at Possible Studios for doing just that.
If you're feeling the tunes in these videos, we highly recommended checking the artists out, Double Tone, Mike Be and Dear Face.
Portland, Maine's Jay Brown slays another rad music video for producer L'Orange. See more of his joints here.
Recently, I was fortunate enough to work with some rad folks on this music video "Real People" from Brooklyn based band, Small Black. I'm all about the aesthetics with this one, totally brings me back to those youthful rainy days watching 80's sci-fi on tv.
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