It’s ya girl Shakwanda Lee Jenkins comin’ at you live from Brooklyn NYC.
Dasco is too busy to write anything so Ima postin more youtube videos.
Dasco says the viewers of this website can barely read anyway so here ya go
Watch some t.v…..
“Michel Gondry created a video store featuring homemade films created on a set at New Yorks premiere gallery, Deitch Projects. This is a Short created by War Hologram with music by Crunc Tesla.”
“This is an animation I did of Van Gogh’s painting Starry Night. You will see the different layers of how I created the work. In the first half you will go forward in the order that I created it then you will see the middle Van Gogh credits which is a marker for when you will begin to go backwards with the original painting showing through underneath. Created with 3DS Max, Photoshop and Combustion. Music: Waltz of the Flowers by Tchaikovsky.”
Since our homeboy President Obama is letting all the crazies out of Guantanamo Bay… where are they to go?
Dasco suggests another Mariel Boatlift. Here is a shout out to all our people in Miami. Have fun.
Speaking of Miami…. check this out:
“…according to this interview, Mickey Rourke, Star of “The Wrestler”, will be wrestling for real at Wrestlemania 25 against Chris Jerchio”
Check out Chris Jericho act like a tough guy on Larry King Live. Are you really challenging Mickey Rourke to a fight? Dasco used to bump into Mickey all the time when Dasco lived on South Beach… during that low period in Mickey’s life where no body would hire him. Mickey might be an old dude but he is solid. Dasco wants to know if Chris Jericho knows that Mickey used to be a boxer before he was an actor. You know he was raised in Liberty City right people?
Tom Ze is one of Brazil’s most famous exports. Made famous for originally writing a love story between two famous Sao Paulo skyscrapers, Tom Ze is one of the most innovative and badass envelope pushing artists in the world.
Dasco rocks out to this song on a regular basis.
“MINUS SPACE exhibition curated by Phong Bui, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center / MoMA, Long Island City, New York, October 19, 2008 – January 19, 2009”