By Janine Saunders, April 22nd, 2010

Red Light Properties: digital comic

Dan Goldman (RADAR 022 – Red Light Properties) presents Red Light Properties, an on-line graphic novel, with the ability to reveal each new panel by simply clicking the arrows at the top. Each chapter is released biweekly which will eventually complete a final novel.


Bisco Smith

NYC-based hiphop and graphic artist Bisco Smith’s (RADAR 016 – Missed Connections) new album The Broadcast flows easily from the first to last track with smart, innovative lyrics and fresh beats by J.Vegus (RADAR 015- Art Battles). Check out Bisco’s newest music video “Vibrations” for which Bisco also created the graphics.

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The Broadcast, Bisco Smith


Patently Silly

Daniel Wright, the engineer turned comedian behind the cult website Patently Silly (RADAR 023 – Patently Silly), has released a book showcasing some of his more mind-boggling invention patent finds. You can find Patently Silly: From the Collapsible Walker to the Incinerating Toilet, the Craziest Inventions Ever Devised here.


Eclectic Method – Rock the Bowl

Remix masters Eclectic Method (RADAR 007 – Eclectic Method) are playing a special gig this Monday April 26th at the Brooklyn Bowl, to benefit Ubuntu Education Fund. They’ll be joined by all sorts of guests including Bajah + The Dry Eye Crew, Lion of Ido, Grindcity, members from the cast of Broadway’s “The Lion King”, and more.

For all the info, and to buy tickets, follow the link.

April 26th – 7:00 PM
Brooklyn Bowl
61 Wythe Avenue, Williamsburg


Sophie Blackall

Stay up-to-date with artist Sophie Blackall, creator of the Missed Connections (RADAR 016 – Missed Connections) project, and all her fantastically whimsical endeavors by following her blog.

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