Atlanta’s Indie Craft Experience will kick off their 2013 Holiday Shopping Spectacular this weekend. The best part about it? 13thflr’s very own Kelsey Ryan, will have her photography work on display and for sale.
Come on out to the You’ve Been Noted booth to check out Kels’ prints, and other cool things you could probably buy your loved ones. Trust me, it’s classier, craftier and the products more invaluable than anything you’ll find on Black Friday. Peep the event details below. We hope to see you there!
November 23-24, 11-6pm
Ambient Plus Studio
585 Wells St SW, Atlanta 30312
Admission $5 cash, kids 12 & under free
– Free swag bag for the first 250 attendees each day, designed by Little Things Studio &Thimblepress
– Curated vintage finds from Salvage vendors
– Handmade salts & scrubs DIY activity with the Beehive
– The #weloveatl truck will be on site with their latest Atlanta-themed photo exhibit
– DJ Zano
– Leah and Mark photo booth
– Food vendors: King of Pops, Bookie Macarons, Good Food Truck, Doggy Dogg, Ursa Minor Coffee, Doggy Dogg, The Tamale Lady, Yumbii and more
Our girl BOSCO recently dropped the visuals for her track, “Slippin.” A while back 13thflr posted the awesome sauce that was the audio from “Slippin,” but now thanks to the genius of Andrew Litten, we have some stunning video to boot.
We’re glad to see that BOSCO has the glow again (What up, Taimak?) and there’s also word that she’s re-linked with her longtime manager and “Jill of all trades,” Fadia Kader. Now, kiss her Converse!
Jeremy Townsend always thought his last name was cursed. Call him superstitious, but Townsend blames his paranoia on the family history.
“We have a bunch of crazy people and terrible stories, so I decided to go with ‘Jert,'” he says.
We first ran into Jert at ICE, and were immediately caught off guard and in awe at his “absurdist pop art.” I mean how often does one see insanely well-illustrated and painted images of Clark Kent dropping acid, “Breaking Bad’s” Walter White dubbed, “The Cook,” (seen after the jump) and R2-D2 realized as Star Trek’s USS Enterprise? After buying three of his pieces, we never saw him again.
Get used to hearing the name Matt Swinsky. The Atlanta-based cinematographer known simply as, “Swinsky,” and “Vine’s Horror King,” is one of the coolest/most twisted/awesome visual minds to call the city home. Here, Swinsky hops behind the camera for Reese’s, “Mobbin,” off of his latest project, DSNRTRAPN.
This is definitely NSFW, but if you like the movie “Kids” or just good, gritty film in general, this vid offers the perfect complement to the knock-you-on-your-ass delivery of “Mobbin.” Enjoy!