Published on December 23, 2011  |  Written By

Behind the drapes we have two full length documentaries, Kidult’s latest rampage video, and a paper craft project we could all try at home. Enjoy them after the jump!


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The documentary brings to light Ford’s every day happenings, as to let you into the otherwise closed quarters of his rather particular lifestyle. While most people think of the Texas native in regards to his overwhelming impact on the fashion industry, there is much more than meets the eye with the well-versed creative. He is also a well-respected Oscar nominated film director whose talents expand far beyond simply building an unmistakable fashion empire. View the entire piece above to gain further insight into the highly intriguing man that is Tom Ford.



2. Hmm, a 42-minute long documentary on Young Jeezy narrated by Samuel L. Jackson? Get outta here.. At the beginning frames of the feature we see the words: “I am America. I am the part you won’t recognize. But get used to me. Black, confident, cocky; my name, not yours; my religion, not yours; my goals, my own; get used to me”. This Muhammad Ali quote had become the mission statement that Jeezy lives through.


3. Kidult strikes again in Illegal World Part II. Entertaining to say the least! Watch his rampage here:

Kidult is the problem child who paints in a righteous, primary and no-limit way with the use of an extinguisher.
I try to remain the 14 years old kid who paints his truth in a brutal and free-minded way. I aspire to keep the creativity, the honesty and the impertinence of a kid in spite of my age to send a disturbing message in a simple, efficient and no polishing way.
Societies and cities are always evolving and as a graffiti artist, I got to adapt myself to these evolutions of my surroundings. Efficiency is one of the most important traits in a graffiti artist’s skills. It starts from a concern that I have and I send a message to everybody by intellectualizing my reasoning and finding the best spot to be the most efficient.
no matter what other people are doing or what is considered “in”, and bring something new, ugly or not.



4. Here we have a very cool paper-craft project presented by Lobulo Desgin. The Darth Vader portrait is fully crafted by construction paper and the 3D end product is impressive. Lucky for us, the whole project was filmed from start to finish so we could give it a try..