Combine a plain black hoodie and an old dress shirt to make a dressy hoodie that you can wear to da’ club. You can wear your new Thug-Sedo out to dinner with your shorty, w/ your boys playing hella wii, or while kicking back on the couch eating fruit roll ups and watching the Office all by yourself. It’s the perfect attire for every occasion.
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All props to the original hoodie maestro.
I haven’t done much research into this so I’m not sure if it’s a good thing or a bad thing, or what they even mean by the term “open”, but I thought it was worth noting that this is first time I’ve seen a major corporation advertising “openness” when getting off the F train.
Hey everybody! I just made some F.A.T. screenshots of websites viewed with “The Timemachine” Firefox add-on. It uses the syntax of any website and adds a beautiful amateur style, like it was in common in the mid-90s.
ffff.at in the 90s // christmas time
google in the 90s // cyberspace under construction
youtube // jump ‘n’ run tribute
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Hey gang! Here comes another riveting post in our FAT Lab How To series. As our regular FAT readers already know, we are creating a how-to that documents every step in the formation of our Lab, in hope that it might be of service to someone out there trying to start their own non-profit organization. This time we’re opening up the process of finding pro bono legal assistance with filing our articles of incorporation through the Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts in New York. To get the ball rolling, the FAT Lab called the Art Law Line and recorded two phone conversations with VLA staff. It was almost exactly like talking to Star Jones. As a result of these steamy conversations, the FAT Lab has signed up for the VLA Nonprofit Incorporation and Tax-exempt Status workshop on November 12th. The workshop costs $75 duckets and is the first step toward the VLA finding and assigning the Lab pro bono legal support. For more info on the VLA workshop click here. Stay tuned for additional sketchy recorded phone calls, hidden camera videos and more from FAT Lab… because this time, we’re getting off like OJ.
The first time I called the VLA Art Law Line I got the answering machine and I left a message:
from DJ Ripley (78 MB)
The next call was from
Adam Alex, a law school student who works at the VLA, who returned my initial call within an hour or two:
from DJ Ripley (67 MB)
The Art Law Line : 212·319·ARTS (2787), ext.1
Monday to Friday, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
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