As The Wire celebrates it’s 20th anniversary, Method Man hosts an official HBO podcast series looking back at the highly influential series. First episode below and check the rest out wherever you get your podcasts.
Jason Dill’s Prince St Photobook – Chinese Theater Talk
A Photo Book by Jason Dill.
Photos from Africa, People Remembered, Places Forgotten.
Prince Street marks Jason Dill’s first monograph in more than a decade and includes never before seen 35mm photos from the Fucking Awesome cofounder’s archive, which comprises of 20 years of travels and experiences.
Astro Boy was created in 1951 by Japanese cartoonist and animator Osamu Tezuka and ignited the imaginations of millions of Japanese children.
In 1966 Astro Boy’s image was adopted as the symbol for the professional baseball team Sankei Atoms and his cultural relevance remains as strong as every today with a long of collaborations including the artist Kaws.
For Spring/Summer 22 Ebbetts have produced a one of a kind Summer series Sankei Atoms ballcap which has been hand-sewn from genuine cotton twill cloth and features the infamous Astro Boy.
BLOOM – PRODUCTION MIX
We had been working for a while (do us a mix! do us a mix! do us a mix! – sorry Terry, haha!) to get this and boy was it worth the wait. 30 minutes of his own productions and official remixes from Belfast’s amazingly talented and experimental BLOOM.
We are often asked about the artwork on display in our store and thought we would give some background on these pieces starting with Jean Michel Basquait’s Supercomb. This was the last original exhibition poster created directly by Basquiat. It was produced by the Galerie Yvon Lambert in Paris for the penultimate exhibition before his untimely death in 1988.
Whilst this was reprinted in 2021 we were lucky enough to pick up the original 1988 poster directly from Yvon Lambert many years ago. It is a lithograph printed in vibrant colours on heavy stock paper and from an edition of 1000.
NEVER NEVER | FRIEZE MIX 18 | APRIL 2022
TOUCH SENSITIVE PRESENTS…
Touch Sensitive x Never Never
Group Zero ‘We Need Water’ Video Premiere
Never Never and Touch Sensitive invite you to a screening of Benén Dillon’s new video for the Group Zero track ‘We Need Water’ taken from the album ‘Everyone’s Already Come Apart’.
Benén Dillon is an artist and filmmaker based in Belfast. The video was shot on location in Mayo at the annual cliff-diving competition. To add to the weekend’s weirdness, it was filmed during the counties’ collective hangover from the All-Ireland Senior Football Final as the legendary curse continued…
We will follow the screening with an outing for the full Touch Sensitive promo showreel and bookend the evening with DJ sets from Cathal (Group Zero) and Mark (Touch Sensitive)
Thursday 7th April, 6pm-9pm (Screening 7pm) / Beers supplied by local legends Boundary Brewing.