The Rush

I am a big Starcraft fan. I’ve played all the games and loved every minute of it. I also like Freddie Wong videos on Youtube because he does awesome VFX and always has some video game theme in all his videos. Now mix both FreddieW and Starcraft together, and what do you get? This awesome short video called “The Rush.” It also stars Ellary Porterfield, widely known as Ki Swan from Freddie Wong’s Video Game High (she’s one of my … Continue reading

Knicks Draft Night 2015

After tanking last season, the NY Knicks couldn’t even get the 1st or 2nd or even 3rd NBA Draft pick. They got the 4th, disappointing all of the New York sports fans everywhere. On draft night, they drafted the 7 footer power forward from Latvia, Kristaps Porzingis, which no one knows about. Disappointing more fans during draft night. I was in the middle. I know for the fact that the Zen Master, Phil Jackson, isn’t that dumb to gamble the … Continue reading

AREPA’S café

Ever crave delicious Colombian/Venezuelan food on a rainy night? Well I did, and on my journey through the dripping streets of Astoria, Queens I was lucky enough to cross paths with Arepa’s café. This place was a hidden gem in Astoria and I took the risk of entering without glancing at the menu because my stomach could not wait any longer. Usually I am a bit pensive before entering a new spot, but once I was greeted with a plate … Continue reading

Dayside meets Stan Lee

“With great power there must also come great responsibility” There are certain combinations of words that have the ability to connect with you. Words that symbolize a kind meaning that encourage you to flourish in your life. Stan Lee has the creative brilliance to connect audiences with his words and his comics. As former president for Marvel Comics, Stan Lee has left his mark on the comic world and has helped build a legacy for imagination and creativity for the … Continue reading

Samoa Joe T-shirt

Samoa Joe has been a phenomenal performer on various wrestling organization like Ring of Honor and TNA. So it was no brainer for WWE to sign him under their hottest brand right now, NXT. He made his debut on May 20th, 2015 feuding one of the top heels in the organization, Kevin Owens. The wrestling community exploded. Furthermore, WWE took advantage of his debut by selling the new Samoa Joe T-shirt on WWE Shop. It was sold out instantly and … Continue reading

Laurie Simmons: How We See

How We See is a photo series that challenges the role of femininity in society. Laurie Simmons work is focused on capturing still lives in domesticated spaces she creates by using cosmetics, baby dolls, anime characters to comment on gender binary roles in our western culture. However, in this series she steps out of her comfort zone and captures portraits of six young women to portray the “doll girl” image to represent the alterations women must make in order to … Continue reading

Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer 2 just came out!

Judging by the first trailer, this new set of Star Wars movie directed by JJ Abrams is looking pretty awesome. It’s quiet, dark, gritty and feels like the good o’l original trilogy, episode 3-6, rather than the other set, episode 1 to 3. Today is a glorious day because the 2nd trailer came out and confirms the awesomeness with a brief tease of Han Solo and Chewbacca! Check it out here: Also, a set of pictures of the main characters … Continue reading

Kehinde Wiley: A New Republic

Kehinde Wiley’s exhibition, A New Republic challenges the world’s perspective on traditional standards of beauty in art. Wiley depicts the beauty people of color have and how their presence in art and in the world is equally as important as anyone other racial identity. In this exhibition, Wiley constructs a world where people of color appear to be in traditional European portraiture. He successfully challenges the standards traditional European art by juxtaposing non-traditional subjects in paintings from old masters through … Continue reading

Awesome Power Rangers short film

The inter webs are raving about this new gritty violent awesomely epic Power Rangers short film starring James Van Der Beek and produced by the dude who did the movie Dredd, Adi Shankar, which I loved, and directed by Joseph Kahn! Anyway, this is a whole new take on the kids action fantasy show, about how everything went down after the teenage years of being Power Rangers that’s set in a futuristic world. It’s very well made considering the names … Continue reading

The Hangout Room @ Youtube Space NY

We shoot a few more episode of our new Youtube show called “List 7″ at the Youtube Space in Chelsea, NY. This time we used the Hangout Room set. It was a fun shoot with some cosplayer friends Lisa and Alyssa. We even got to use the Canon C500! Here are some pictures of the production: