Nike Sportswear took a deeper look at why Poreotics was crowned Season 5 winners of MTV’s America’s Best Dance Crew. Their combination of popping, robotic movement, humor and strength training is what got them to the top.
Terry Richardson’s latest project involves promotion of Supreme’s latest apparel and accessory collection and was featured in their recent publication: Supreme Book, Vol. 6. Featuring a small collection of Supreme products, Vanessa Veasley steals the show, showcasing her body more prominently than the gear. Typically shot against a plain white background the shoot takes Richardson’s signature style in all its scandalous glory. JUMP for more photos and the behind the scenes video.
This guy wins for best costume at the party. First time we’ve seen anyone dress up like Krang from Ninja Turtles. If you don’t know Krang, and never grew up watching the late 80s, early 90s Ninja Turtles this “brain” had one ridiculous voice. JUMP to hear the many voices of Krang. What a voice.
As a part of Mountain Dew’s campaign and also the recently wrapped Dew Tour in Las Vegas, Mountain Dew and Paul Rodriguez had released another video “It’s Different On My Mountain” where pro-skater P-Rod speaks of his passion for skateboarding, and what it means to him. No high powered tricks, just him, and a deck, and words spoken with true passion.
By Robert Matas, Globe and Mail
On Tuesday, California will vote on Proposition 19, an initiative to legalize, tax and regulate marijuana. If passed, it would allow people 21 years old or older to possess, cultivate or transport marijuana for personal recreational use.
According to SFist, this video was taken on Wednesday at a McDonald’s near AT&T Park after Game 1 of the World Series. It doesn’t surprise us there was a post-game rush to Mickey D’s; after all, everyone was stoned. According to YouTube user gtothebomb, “some chick was arguing about their order, the chick with the yellow thong tells her, she shouldn’t talk like that in front of her daughter. Chick says she’s not my daughter and throws soda at the yellow thong chick. then all hell breaks loose.” Aw, hell yeah! Watch the baseball-fueled fast food battle royale after the JUMP…
The BBQ has started but all you got is a case of warm ass beers? Watch the clip to get to see how to get the party poppin’ off.
The Coke Mini, which debut in December 2009, holds 7.5 ounces of liquid, less than two-thirds of a 12-ounce container. Instead of the usual “Coca-Cola” script, it’s stamped with the loud promise, “90 calories per can.”
“The Coca-Cola mini can innovation reinforces the Company’s support for healthy, active lifestyles. This 90-calorie mini can is another way for people who love Coca-Cola to get the taste they enjoy while managing their calories.”, the company’s chief scientific officer said.
The second installment of ARTE’s New York Minute focuses on rapper Joell Ortiz. JUMP for more details, and the video.