We are using the crazy App INSTAGRAM for a while now, to take pictures of our journeys, drunk bloggers and of course ourselves – to remind us on the next morning, what we have been up to the night before. Since we started we shot 318 pictures. A whole lot, if we think of how we still have no clue, how this platform is even working.
We believe, it is the plan to look at pictures of other people, like them and share own images.
But here is our problem: The amount of likeable pictures on INSTAGRAM is just not enough for us.
That’s why we plead: recommend us some good, interesting, wild and un-boring INSTAGRAM-User, which we should follow.
What we like: well dressed Men, barely dressed women, nudity in general and alcoholic nightlife-images.
What we don’t like: pictures of food, animals, children or nature.
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In the culture of Hip Hop, grillz (teeth-jewellery, which is worn on top of the teeth) have an important role since 1980s. The legend says that it was Eddie Plein, who started the trend with ‘Eddie’S Gold Teeth’.
It was also Plein, who put grillz on Flavor Flav, Big Daddy Kane and Kool G Rap. The artists Roopa Vasudevan goes one step further in her new project, and eternizes lyrics of famous Hip Hop tracks in grillz.
She uses lyrics by Jay Z, Biggie, Rick Roos or Fat Joe, to create 3-D- print-jewellery in form of grillz. ‘I have always been observantly listening to rap-songs and one of the most fascinating aspects of rap is the on-going show-off, that you aren’t ‘real’, if you do not have a believable gangsta-background’, says Vasudevan.
‘Either it is about a huge amount of money or their poor origin, the ghetto, in which they grew up. I find those contrasts very interesting and wanted to illustrate them in a new way’. The New York-based artist has vocally analysed songs like ‘Juicy’ by Biggy, to create – considering the sequel of the words – a topography, which is printed, in the fashion of hip hop, on gold through a 3D-printer.
Until now, only US Hip Hop songs have been used for the lyrical grillz. We would be happy about Hafti’s ‘Saudi Arabi Money Rich’ grills. Let’s see, if the dear artist will make our wish come true in the near future.