“Biz vs Beastie”
By Casey Weldon
acrylic on wood
30 x 20 inches
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Adam loves the world for its rich diversity and cycles. He recognizes that knowing himself is the most important task of all.
“The Adoration of the Magi”
By Chris Roth
hand-painted, kiln fired stained glass
12 x 15 inches
By Ryan Hungerford
limited edition print of 15
12.5 x 14 inches
DISCLAIMER: Technically, RG explanations are supposed to contain actual language, to strengthen the visual images. However, images this f-ing perfect speak for themselves.
Beastie Boys' Intergalactic Robot—Printablesource: José “Beraka” Lobos via cubeecraft
“Just a Test”
graphite and watercolor on panel
16 x 20 inches
I like how you’re adding links to artists. That’s a great idea. I gotta try that :)
John Silva of Silva Artist Management
Photo by Daniel Zuchnik for Getty Images/yahoo
There’s no corporate affectation to induce mass appeal — what you see is what you get. Including a three-headed Beastie godzilla.
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The Boys are loyal US citizens.
But they’re going to exercise their Constitutionally-protected freedom to speak up when the military-insustrial complex ensnares us in wars we ought not fight.
Caption idea by Dave Rich
Adam guards his privacy. He loves his fans, but he wants to keep some distance between his private life and public persona. We respect that. So don’t get all up in his crotchspace, aiight?
Source: Alison Claire Photography via alibubba’s photostream
We’re gonna’ give this one up to two of our favorite Brooklyn ladies…
A. The woman who brought Yauch into this world, Frances Yauch.
Photo by Daniel Zuchnik for Getty Images/huffingtonpost
B. Lisa Marlie Martinez, Brooklyn resident and prodigal Beastie aficionada.
Above, Lisa waits patiently at the naming ceremony for Adam Yauch Park. Photo by Michelle Lawlor for Retreat.
And below, a coup de maître if we ever saw one — Lisa with none other than Adam Horovitz and Kathleen Hanna.
Below, Adrock reps The Low End Theory…
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And ATCQ reciprocates the respect on their Midnight Marauders LP cover.