Monday, May 19, 2008

Shit That I, Dave Hill, Am Totally Into Right Now

Today I figured I’d practice my typing by writing about some stuff that I, Dave Hill, have been totally digging lately. I can’t remember if I wrote about this before, but the first thing that I am totally digging is T-post, which is sort of like a magazine that comes in T-shirt form to your house where you live. T-post is based in Sweden and- as you probably already know- those motherfuckers are from the future. Anyway, every six weeks you get a cool T-shirt that has an interesting article printed on the inside of the shirt. Then on the front of the shirt there is a cool design or illustration that is somehow based on the article on the inside of the shirt. Get it? I know, how cool is that? For a guy like me who likes reading stuff, looking at art, and wearing T-shirts, T-post pretty much nails it. If these shirts gave handjobs I would probably never even have to leave the house.

Another thing I have been really liking lately is a restaurant by my house called dell’ Anima. I was turned on to this place by a friend of a friend and I have been loving that shit ever since. They serve lots of excellent pastas and risottos and meats and good wines and stuff and it’s awesome. Yesterday I went there for brunch and it was kick-you-in-the-nuts good. I can’t even get into it. Don’t start going there though because I don’t want it to get too crowded. Oh, alright, you can go. Fine!

This weekend I finally got to the Peter Beste Norwegian Black Metal exhibit at the Stephen Kasher Gallery over there in Chelsea and that shit was awesome. I got the book and everything. If you live in New York, you should go, fucker.

Another thing I have totally been getting into lately are wolves. What are they thinking? What do they do all day (I mean besides howling at the moon, sleeping, creeping around, and killing stuff that never saw it coming)? Nobody knows really. Still, I love them just the same. And as for those guys who wear ironic wolf T-shirts- watch out! If you ever ran into a wolf in real life it would be game over.

Dave Hill


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