Argentina-based Gustavo “Kidmograph” Torres has taken over the web with his imaginative flips on sci-fi and pop culture imagery. His Tumblr of original art drips with alien beach postcards, lysergic cityscapes and dreamlike GIFs beamed direct from Skynet’s pleasure center. For the past few years, he’s created groundbreaking visuals for A-Trak as his personal art director, including two insane animated Low Pros videos and all of the motion graphics for the upcoming Gold Gone Wild tour. We’re proud to present Kidmograph’s debut solo exhibition as part of the FG Artist Series, showing in ou Brooklyn store on 536 Metropolitan Ave in Williamsburg. The opening is this Thursday, June 4th, from 6-8pm; limited edition prints will be for sale, artist will be in attendance, and refreshments will be served.
Everyone always asks when we’re gonna do more collabs with our friends at Black Scale. Well, how bout now? Pick up the first drop of our ’15 “Black Fools” capsule, featuring vintage oversized baseball type on the front and back of a tee and snapback in classic black & white (duh). Get them now from the FG webstore as well as Black Scale SF and NYC stores and the FG retail flagship in BK. Read More
We’ve been snazzing up our lapels over at store.foolsgoldrecs.com with all sortsa new logo pins. Metal, enamel, classic 1″ joints… whether you wanna rock ‘em all yourself, share ‘em with a friend, bury ‘em under your garage in a timecapsule for the aliens to discover, we encourage you to go nuts.
Sometimes I dream, that he is me… Mr Goldbar gets his vinyl dunk on in this new metal lapel pin. There’s only a couple of these, so make your fast break to store.foolsgoldrecs.com while they last. BALL IS LIFE.
Everybody asks what we’re doing for April Fools… how bout a grip of new merch AND 10% off all orders of $100 or more thru the end of the month! No joke, hit up store.foolsgoldrecs.com and enter “april” at checkout for the discount. Peep the other items in our new drop after the jump, including an “international” capsule of translated logo flips, some Autobahn-worthy longsleeves, a limited batch of Austin and Miami flyer art tees, new socks, and even mini lighters. Read More
As a special bonus for his Fool’s Gold Artist Series photo exhibition, NYC graf institution Cash RFC painted a van we parked outside our Brooklyn store for the opening night party. Watch him in action and grab limited edition tees, the #JimmyStreetTeam book with Baron Von Fancy, and one-of-a-kind framed photos signed by the artist at store.foolsgoldrecs.com. For more on the show, check out this great Mass Appeal interview with Cash conducted at the opening, and peep it in the flesh at our store on 536 Metropolitan Ave, open Monday-Saturday from noon-6pm.
Cash RFC is a NYC graf institution. Over the years he has also become a prolific street photographer, capturing the city and its denizens in all of their harsh, unretouched glory. His Artist Series show at our store/gallery in Brooklyn combines both sides of Cash’s creative outlets, showcasing portraits of tags alongside the homeless and overlooked, with an uncanny eye for the heart in both. Come through for the opening on Thursday, 3/20 at 536 Metropolitan from 7-9pm. Refreshments will be served and limited edition shirts and photo prints will be available for purchase.
Giraffage’s massive No Reason EP gets the deluxe wax treatment in the form of a new, multi-colored 12″ pressing (no two are alike!) housed in a beautiful spot varnish jacket. Not to be outdone, we’ve also dropped a physical version of A-Trak’s anthemic “Push” on pristine white vinyl, backed by remixes from DallasK, GANZ and our very own Shash’U. Get your copies of these limited pressings while they last at store.foolsgoldrecs.com, our retail shop at 536 Metropolitan Ave in Brooklyn, and at fine music retailers worldwide (if your store doesn’t carry these yet, call ‘em and let ‘em know!) Read More
POW! DJ Scene and Four Color Zack combine forces for the new Slap It Down EP, out 3/10. Pre-order now on iTunes and get the title track featuring M.O.P. (!!!) premiered today by Entertainment Weekly alongside the EP cover art by Scene and FCZ’s Seattle neighbor Yung Lenox. Hoard!