Maestro Knows x The Seventh Letter x New Era

August 31 2009 . 08:57pm

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Clout Magazine x Todd Bratrud x Music Skins

August 30 2009 . 07:45pm

Clout has teamed up with Music Skins to release a skin of the Clout Issue 11 cover, illustrated by the legendary Todd Bratrud. They’re available for the iPhone, iPod Touch, Blackberry and a variety of other devices for $15 each. Click here to purchase one for your device. More about Music Skins after the jump.

We were sent some to feature in the upcoming issue and of course, had to test them out. They have a huge selection of designs and the 3M vinyl is definitely high quality. The high gloss over laminate adds some grip and leaves a good feel in your hand. Super easy to apply, they’re great for personalizing and protecting your device from scratches without adding any bulk. Be sure to check out their custom skin service, where you can design your own. A great product, made in the USA.  

Look out for future CLOUT x Music Skin releases.

From MusicSkins.com: "MusicSkins are the premier music and music related device skins on the planet. Our skins are made from premium grade 3M vinyl and adhesive technology so they apply easily and remove without leaving any residue. We also use a high gloss over laminate, which adds durability and a photo quality finish to our skins. "

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Twitter – Follow us

August 30 2009 . 04:14pm

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SAYME doing it big for the team in Taipei, Taiwan

August 30 2009 . 03:49am

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Photos from opening of: Glorious Excess (Dies) | Mike Shinoda

August 30 2009 . 03:13am

Congratulations to Mike Shinoda for an amazing show at Japanese American National Museum.

Glorious Excess (Dies): Paintings by Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda
August 30 – October 4, 2009

Following his highly-successful 2008 show, Glorious Excess (Born), Mike Shinoda returns to the National Museum to unveil his latest collection of paintings and digital works. Larger, broader, and more sensational than before, Glorious Excess (Dies) is the next chapter in his series exploring society’s obsession with celebrity culture, consumer addiction, and fascination with excess.
Shinoda’s new works continue to evolve, blending his personal experiences in the spotlight with social commentary and fine art technique while expanding his signature visual vocabulary, juxtaposing symbols of death, money and sex against vibrant neo-pop imagery. In an age where superstardom dominates the media, Glorious Excess (Dies) immortalizes consumption, fame and wealth, challenging the viewer to question what is real.

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