Sometimes you make your gallery look like the dream-bedroom of a teenager. And you need lasers for that. For one day only, we hosted The Voidz’ pop-up prior to their show at The Wiltern.
The very first The Voidz pop-up shop in Los Angeles is happening Friday here at 1700 Naud. This is your chance to get your hand on some exclusive merch and immerse yourself in the lovely weirdness of The Voidz. If this event appeals to your senses, stay sharp — space is limited and there will likely be a line to get in. Please RSVP through the link below so we can keep track of how many people are coming.
If you made it to the party at 1700 Naud last night, you know what I’m talking about
We all drank like there was no tomorrow. Well, tomorrow is here and it doesn’t feel great. It all was for a good reason, so no regrets here. The LA Issue 61 launch party / 15 years of Monster Children / Photo Annual too good and too many beers were consumed. Someone even drank an entire bottle of bacon bourbon we had in the office — which we kept there as a joke. Now we’re paying for our bad choices and nursing this hangover that we have no one to blame for but ourselves. My heart goes out to you, bacon bourbon drinker, whoever you are.
Our buddies Michael Stember and James Dorje came over to cook an amazing private dinner for guests. It was too good not to be shared with the world, so here are some photos. You probably weren't here but at least you get to have an idea.
Jealous? If you live in New York, you can check out their incredible new restaurant Ponyboy in Brooklyn.
Now you know that if anyone invites you to a private Ponyboy dinner, you have to say yes.
Did you make it to the Girl x RED party this Saturday?
We were so happy to host Girl Skateboards and RED in presenting their collaborative show to raise awareness and funds to end AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa. The show, presented by Girl, has an auction running though the end of the week.
You can learn more and explore the dolls at http://www.thereddollshow.com.
Andrew Pommier, Marcel Dzama, Paul Hutchinson, Travis Millard, Ramsey Dau, Mark “Fos” Foster, Glenn Smith, Brian Anderson, Michael Sieben, Brian Butler, Christian Morin, Johannes Gamble, Misato Suzuki, Evan Hecox, Donta Santistevan, Hershel Baltrotsky, Craig Abell-Champion, Drew 'Dru Collage’ Milling, Mark Gonzales, Sasha Barr, Eric Gorvin, Sage Vaughn, Thomas Campbell, Andy Mueller, Pawel Swanski, Carlos M. Gutierrez, Nick Guenzler, Gunther Estrada, Nick Zegel, Kayla Markin, Andy Jenkins, Tony Larson, Kevin Lyons, Porous Walker, Joe Roberts, Francisco Reyes Jr. and more...
The (RED) Manifesto:
ALL THINGS BEING EQUAL. THEY ARE NOT.
AIDS IS THE LEADING CAUSE OF DEATH AMONG WOMEN WORLDWIDE. YET IT IS TREATABLE. EVERY TWO MINUTES A TEENAGER IS INFECTED WITH HIV. YET IT IS PREVENTABLE. AIDS NO LONGER HAS TO BE A DEATH SENTENCE. ONE PILL A DAY. FOR JUST 20 CENTS CAN STOP MOTHERS FROM PASSING ON THE VIRUS TO THEIR BABIES.
THIS IS WHERE YOU COME IN.
JOIN (RED). SAVE LIVES. LET’S #ENDAIDS
RED.ORG // @RED
In 1993, Rick Howard, Mike Carroll, Spike Jonze and Megan Baltimore founded TheGirl Skateboard Company. For 25 years the brand has pushed the envelope with superior skateboard products, skate videos, and a team of world-renowned top professional riders.
(RED) was founded in 2006 to engage businesses and people in the fight against AIDS. (RED) partners with the world’s most iconic brands that contribute proceeds from (RED)-branded goods and services to the Global Fund. (RED) Proud Partners include: Amazon, Apple, Bank of America, Beats by Dr. Dre, Belvedere, Claro, The Coca-Cola Company, Durex, MCM, Salesforce, SAP, Starbucks and Telcel. (RED) Special Edition partners include: aden+anais, Alessi, ALEX AND ANI, Andaz, Baxter of California, Bombas, Calm, Fatboy USA,GirlSkateboards, Montblanc, Mophie, S’well, Wanderlust and Vespa.
To date, (RED) has generated more than $500 million for the Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, to support HIV/AIDS grants in Ghana, Kenya, Lesotho, Rwanda, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania and Zambia. 100 percent of that money goes to work on the ground – no overhead is taken. Global Fund grants that (RED) supports have impacted nearly 110 million people with prevention, treatment, counseling, HIV testing and care services.