The bro Neo
“It’s going to scare them,” he said. “But it’s kind of like a science class. ‘This is what a skull looks like’ … It’s nothing to be afraid of.”
Union City Patch just published an awesome, in-depth article on House Blend’s own Bryant Sina. It goes through his past and what his endeavors are currently. Also, it goes into finding his roots and proving important people in his life that you can keep art as a career.
@OhhhSweetGeesus My friend Ian says “That’s the one Tom [DeLonge] used to hit up with his room mate Benji Weatherly (pro surfer) when they lived in PB. The song “Mutt” is about Benji. The band also hit that place up after shows at Canes.”
So, this year for the week of San Diego Comic-Con 2011, one of the things I wanted to do outside of the con was to hit up one of those taco shops. I even brought my Enema of the State album to take a photo with it. This is about 10 years in the making.
For years I heard that Blink-182 had their “go to” Taquerias. I even seen a clip on MTV years ago about it. Fans used to leave fan mail and all of that. It was just always interesting to me, especially as a fan from the late 90’s. There was just something I had to do down the line.
@GSauce_ & @OhhhSweetGeesus handling made-to-order Strawberry tortillas. 2 for $1.
Old Town San Diego, CA
In the essence of summer, thought I’d share the original shot from the Chutes & Ladders teaser we released a few months ago. This was from the photo shoot I did with Cristine Blanco.
Union City, CA.
I haven’t been on a carnival ride in a while.
My good friend (and the boss of &THEM), Chevonne, pushed me to do this… and I had not felt that way in years.
Wasn’t good at writing a story about myself for the show.
“Stories x The Step”
December 16, 2010
Hotel Des Arts, SF
Photo by Remy Wild & Free
Bryant’s artwork “Drapery Pink” photographed by me in this photo.
Printed via Walls 360
Story by Lauren
After The Clock’s Jessica Gill
Union City, CA