SAME is an uptown born and raised artist, and founder of the downtown scene of vandals and artistic innovators, creator of the notorious Peter Pan Posse and the former rap group Team Facelift.
The well known pioneer emerges triumphantly in the fine arts with his second solo exhibition to be unveiled at TriBeCa Cinemas, filling up the entirety of the Varick Room and theater.
The one night exhibit surveys New York City’s evolution over the course of the artist’s life. A nostalgic retrospective into the gritty counter culture that once lay spectacle in the city streets. A glimpse into a Manhattanite’s battle against the inevitable changes of the concrete tide.
Thursday, September 4th7-9pm Tribeca Cinemas & The Varick Room 54 Varick Street, Manhattan (at Laight Street, one block below Canal Street)
SAME is an uptown born and raised artist, and founder of the downtown scene of vandals and artistic innovators, creator of the notorious Peter Pan Posse and the former rap group Team Facelift.
The well known pioneer emerges triumphantly in the fine arts with his second solo exhibition to be unveiled at TriBeCa Cinemas, filling up the entirety of the Varick Room and theater.
The one night exhibit surveys New York City’s evolution over the course of the artist’s life. A nostalgic retrospective into the gritty counter culture that once lay spectacle in the city streets. A glimpse into a Manhattanite’s battle against the inevitable changes of the concrete tide.
Thursday, September 4th7-9pm Tribeca Cinemas & The Varick Room 54 Varick Street, Manhattan (at Laight Street, one block below Canal Street)

SAME is an uptown born and raised artist, and founder of the downtown scene of vandals and artistic innovators, creator of the notorious Peter Pan Posse and the former rap group Team Facelift.

The well known pioneer emerges triumphantly in the fine arts with his second solo exhibition to be unveiled at TriBeCa Cinemas, filling up the entirety of the Varick Room and theater.

The one night exhibit surveys New York City’s evolution over the course of the artist’s life. A nostalgic retrospective into the gritty counter culture that once lay spectacle in the city streets. A glimpse into a Manhattanite’s battle against the inevitable changes of the concrete tide.

Thursday, September 4th
7-9pm Tribeca Cinemas & The Varick Room
54 Varick Street, Manhattan
(at Laight Street, one block below Canal Street)

We’re back home in our Dim Sum Palace under the Manhattan Bridge for your favorite monthly dance party.We’re committed to partying with a good sound system, lots of shots and a venue with shady corners, where you can love and hate equally and then drink and dance it off. Welcome to the party.[[MORE]]The return to 88 Palace welcomes guest talent:  Evian Christ * Sophie * Nguzunguzu &The DeepSaturday, September 6th88 Palace 88 E. Broadway @ Forsyth11pm // 21+
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We’re back home in our Dim Sum Palace under the Manhattan Bridge for your favorite monthly dance party.We’re committed to partying with a good sound system, lots of shots and a venue with shady corners, where you can love and hate equally and then drink and dance it off. Welcome to the party.[[MORE]]The return to 88 Palace welcomes guest talent:  Evian Christ * Sophie * Nguzunguzu &The DeepSaturday, September 6th88 Palace 88 E. Broadway @ Forsyth11pm // 21+
TICKETS

We’re back home in our Dim Sum Palace under the Manhattan Bridge for your favorite monthly dance party.

We’re committed to partying with a good sound system, lots of shots and a venue with shady corners, where you can love and hate equally and then drink and dance it off. Welcome to the party.

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TGIF as we launch your weekend on the breathtaking rooftop of The Standard, High Line Your girls (Jules Kim & Katie Longmyer) invite you to join us each and every week from 3pm - Sunset as we enjoy the view of the best city in the world, crepes, refreshing summer cocktails, warm disco vibes, and the company of some of the most creative, beautiful, interesting people you will ever find in this great city.[[MORE]]This week featuring guest DJ Blu Jemz with our resident Project Matt curating the best tunes all day. 
We’re looking forward to starting your weekend nights with amazing music, people and possibilities…
Friday, August 29th3pm - 8pmLe Bain RooftopThe Standard, High Line848 Washington St. NYC
TGIF as we launch your weekend on the breathtaking rooftop of The Standard, High Line Your girls (Jules Kim & Katie Longmyer) invite you to join us each and every week from 3pm - Sunset as we enjoy the view of the best city in the world, crepes, refreshing summer cocktails, warm disco vibes, and the company of some of the most creative, beautiful, interesting people you will ever find in this great city.[[MORE]]This week featuring guest DJ Blu Jemz with our resident Project Matt curating the best tunes all day. 
We’re looking forward to starting your weekend nights with amazing music, people and possibilities…
Friday, August 29th3pm - 8pmLe Bain RooftopThe Standard, High Line848 Washington St. NYC

TGIF as we launch your weekend on the breathtaking rooftop of The Standard, High Line 

Your girls (Jules Kim & Katie Longmyer) invite you to join us each and every week from 3pm - Sunset as we enjoy the view of the best city in the world, crepes, refreshing summer cocktails, warm disco vibes, and the company of some of the most creative, beautiful, interesting people you will ever find in this great city.

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Good Peoples once again joins the 3’ Hi crew as they touch down in NYC for the third installment of their global party. After throwing down in LDN and Berlin, we bring the crew to the Stilton House at Output featuring Hugmode (3’Hi), Sticky Dojah (Goodtimes International), Sam Sepideh (3’Hi) & Le Super-Mâché (3’Hi)
Wednesday, September 3rd
Stilton House @ Output 74 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn9pm // 21+
Good Peoples once again joins the 3’ Hi crew as they touch down in NYC for the third installment of their global party. After throwing down in LDN and Berlin, we bring the crew to the Stilton House at Output featuring Hugmode (3’Hi), Sticky Dojah (Goodtimes International), Sam Sepideh (3’Hi) & Le Super-Mâché (3’Hi)
Wednesday, September 3rd
Stilton House @ Output 74 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn9pm // 21+

Good Peoples once again joins the 3’ Hi crew as they touch down in NYC for the third installment of their global party. After throwing down in LDN and Berlin, we bring the crew to the Stilton House at Output featuring Hugmode (3’Hi), Sticky Dojah (Goodtimes International), Sam Sepideh (3’Hi) & Le Super-Mâché (3’Hi)

Wednesday, September 3rd

Stilton House @ Output 
74 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn
9pm // 21+


Mint&Serf, in collaboration with Good Peoples, celebrate the release of the seventh edition SGU (Special Graffiti Unit) zine of Never Too Young, with a rooftop party on the top on The Mondrian Soho.
featuring DJs: Blu Jemz & Shane Daddy

Thursday, August 21st9pm - midnight // 21+Sonny’s Soda Shoppe // Mondrian Soho Rooftop150 Lafayette St, NYC

Mint&Serf, in collaboration with Good Peoples, celebrate the release of the seventh edition SGU (Special Graffiti Unit) zine of Never Too Young, with a rooftop party on the top on The Mondrian Soho.
featuring DJs: Blu Jemz & Shane Daddy

Thursday, August 21st9pm - midnight // 21+Sonny’s Soda Shoppe // Mondrian Soho Rooftop150 Lafayette St, NYC

Mint&Serf, in collaboration with Good Peoples, celebrate the release of the seventh edition SGU (Special Graffiti Unit) zine of Never Too Young, with a rooftop party on the top on The Mondrian Soho.

featuring DJs: Blu Jemz & Shane Daddy


Thursday, August 21st
9pm - midnight // 21+
Sonny’s Soda Shoppe // Mondrian Soho Rooftop
150 Lafayette St, NYC




NYC artists Mint&Serf, in collaboration with Good Peoples, are pleased to present Never Too Young, the seventh edition SGU (Special Graffiti Unit) newsprint and corresponding photography exhibit highlighting the work of renegade photographers PJ Monte, Mike Krim, Osvaldo Chance Jiminez aka Slutlust and Harry McNally. Never Too Young will run from Thursday, August 21st to Thursday, August 28th at No Romance Galleries in NYC. 
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SGU is a limited edition newsprint published by artists, Mint&Serf in New York City since August of 2010. It was launched as a tangible alternative to the ever-increasing world of micro blogs and twitter feeds. SGU's focus has been rooted in non-conformity and the independent culture of New York City. 
Never Too Young issue and gallery show were carefully curated by Mint&Serf, and produced in collaboration with Good Peoples. Never Too Young tethers together the contrasting viewpoints of photographers, whose personal styles and sensibilities contribute to the full spectrum of their collective lifestyle. 
“In all, these four documentarians capture people and objects every day to leave us with a set of lasting and nostalgic reactions. Whether banal or beautiful or exciting, the goal is to fuse these complementing sensations to create a full picture of the ranging emotions we experience,” says Mikhail Sokovikov (Mint). 
Mike Krim’s photography is callous and gritty, at times questioning the human despair. Slutlust’s work while almost always shot after sunset, in a dark setting of your average dive bar, projects youthfulness and nightlife romanticism. PJ Monte’s work spans photo abstraction and portraiture, with the latter perfectly capturing the young and the restless of downtown NYC. McNally’s stylistic approach toward consumerism is reflected in his latest series. He reduces banality of everyday occurrences like car crashes and consumer products to expose their hidden glamour. 
In its seventh issue, SGU is always printed in a limited edition of 1000 copies and is distributed in such establishments such as: Reed Space, Ace Hotel, ONLY NY and Printed Matter. 
OPENING RECEPTION: THURSDAY, AUGUST 21ST, 7P – 10P NO ROMANCE GALLERIES 355 BROADWAY NY, NY 
ARTIST BIOS: 
Osvaldo Chance Jiminez is known for being the person you want to call after 4am, his existence in a world of depravity and excess has been a best kept secret amongst downtown nightlife for over a decade. He has photographed the likes of Diplo, Cat Marnell and Curtis Kulig in every corner of nightlife from legendary Don Hills to LeBain. http://slutlust.net // @slutlust 
Mike Krim is a lifestyle photographer currently residing in New York. He is intrigued by illicit images and the people he surrounds himself with and is the owner of Paperwork NYC, a small independent publishing house located in Queens. His photography has been featured in Purple, Complex and Mass Appeal among others. http://paperworknyc.com // @paperworknyc 
PJ Monte was born and raised in Montauk and eventually landed on Mulberry Street in Little Italy. PJ Monte strives to immortalize his story, friends and time through his video and photography. His lens has captured everyone from hip- hop legends like Cam’ron, Mobb Deep and Redman to downtown celebrities like Aaron Bondaroff, Vashtie, Chloe Norgaard and Gold Bar’s Jonny Lennon. 
http://www.donnewyork.com/blog/ // @pjofdonHarry Mcnally lives and works in New York City. He has been featured in The New York Times, New York Mag and Fader. In his latest series, he has worked to take a stylistic approach toward depicting the allure behind of consumerism.






 http://itfeelslikemagic.com // @harrymcnally 
Mint&SerfBorn in Moscow and Brooklyn, respectively, Mint&Serf (a.k.a. The Mirf) are Mikhail Sokovikov and Jason Aaron Wall. After meeting in 1997, the duo took to the streets of New York City, which has served as an infinite canvas for their creative vision. After moving into their larger Broadway Chapter studio in December 2011, Mint&Serf were able to realize these major collaborative works as visiting graffiti writers such as Jacuzzi Chris and Pablo Power were invited to hang out and tag the canvases. Their emphasis on team collaboration forms a major aspect of their practice and separates them from their contemporaries in this field. Mint&Serf have been recently featured in ArtForum, Harper Bazaar, The New York Post, Interview Magazine, Huffington Post, Dossier Journal, The DailyMail, VICE, Paper, Gothamist and Blackbook. They have created commissioned works for a number of clients including NY Yankees, Ace Hotel, SoHo House, Marc Jacobs and Barton Perrreira. Mint&Serf live and work in New York City. http://mintandserf.com 
 



NYC artists Mint&Serf, in collaboration with Good Peoples, are pleased to present Never Too Young, the seventh edition SGU (Special Graffiti Unit) newsprint and corresponding photography exhibit highlighting the work of renegade photographers PJ Monte, Mike Krim, Osvaldo Chance Jiminez aka Slutlust and Harry McNally. Never Too Young will run from Thursday, August 21st to Thursday, August 28th at No Romance Galleries in NYC. 
[[MORE]]
SGU is a limited edition newsprint published by artists, Mint&Serf in New York City since August of 2010. It was launched as a tangible alternative to the ever-increasing world of micro blogs and twitter feeds. SGU's focus has been rooted in non-conformity and the independent culture of New York City. 
Never Too Young issue and gallery show were carefully curated by Mint&Serf, and produced in collaboration with Good Peoples. Never Too Young tethers together the contrasting viewpoints of photographers, whose personal styles and sensibilities contribute to the full spectrum of their collective lifestyle. 
“In all, these four documentarians capture people and objects every day to leave us with a set of lasting and nostalgic reactions. Whether banal or beautiful or exciting, the goal is to fuse these complementing sensations to create a full picture of the ranging emotions we experience,” says Mikhail Sokovikov (Mint). 
Mike Krim’s photography is callous and gritty, at times questioning the human despair. Slutlust’s work while almost always shot after sunset, in a dark setting of your average dive bar, projects youthfulness and nightlife romanticism. PJ Monte’s work spans photo abstraction and portraiture, with the latter perfectly capturing the young and the restless of downtown NYC. McNally’s stylistic approach toward consumerism is reflected in his latest series. He reduces banality of everyday occurrences like car crashes and consumer products to expose their hidden glamour. 
In its seventh issue, SGU is always printed in a limited edition of 1000 copies and is distributed in such establishments such as: Reed Space, Ace Hotel, ONLY NY and Printed Matter. 
OPENING RECEPTION: THURSDAY, AUGUST 21ST, 7P – 10P NO ROMANCE GALLERIES 355 BROADWAY NY, NY 
ARTIST BIOS: 
Osvaldo Chance Jiminez is known for being the person you want to call after 4am, his existence in a world of depravity and excess has been a best kept secret amongst downtown nightlife for over a decade. He has photographed the likes of Diplo, Cat Marnell and Curtis Kulig in every corner of nightlife from legendary Don Hills to LeBain. http://slutlust.net // @slutlust 
Mike Krim is a lifestyle photographer currently residing in New York. He is intrigued by illicit images and the people he surrounds himself with and is the owner of Paperwork NYC, a small independent publishing house located in Queens. His photography has been featured in Purple, Complex and Mass Appeal among others. http://paperworknyc.com // @paperworknyc 
PJ Monte was born and raised in Montauk and eventually landed on Mulberry Street in Little Italy. PJ Monte strives to immortalize his story, friends and time through his video and photography. His lens has captured everyone from hip- hop legends like Cam’ron, Mobb Deep and Redman to downtown celebrities like Aaron Bondaroff, Vashtie, Chloe Norgaard and Gold Bar’s Jonny Lennon. 
http://www.donnewyork.com/blog/ // @pjofdonHarry Mcnally lives and works in New York City. He has been featured in The New York Times, New York Mag and Fader. In his latest series, he has worked to take a stylistic approach toward depicting the allure behind of consumerism.






 http://itfeelslikemagic.com // @harrymcnally 
Mint&SerfBorn in Moscow and Brooklyn, respectively, Mint&Serf (a.k.a. The Mirf) are Mikhail Sokovikov and Jason Aaron Wall. After meeting in 1997, the duo took to the streets of New York City, which has served as an infinite canvas for their creative vision. After moving into their larger Broadway Chapter studio in December 2011, Mint&Serf were able to realize these major collaborative works as visiting graffiti writers such as Jacuzzi Chris and Pablo Power were invited to hang out and tag the canvases. Their emphasis on team collaboration forms a major aspect of their practice and separates them from their contemporaries in this field. Mint&Serf have been recently featured in ArtForum, Harper Bazaar, The New York Post, Interview Magazine, Huffington Post, Dossier Journal, The DailyMail, VICE, Paper, Gothamist and Blackbook. They have created commissioned works for a number of clients including NY Yankees, Ace Hotel, SoHo House, Marc Jacobs and Barton Perrreira. Mint&Serf live and work in New York City. http://mintandserf.com 
 

NYC artists Mint&Serf, in collaboration with Good Peoples, are pleased to present Never Too Young, the seventh edition SGU (Special Graffiti Unit) newsprint and corresponding photography exhibit highlighting the work of renegade photographers PJ Monte, Mike Krim, Osvaldo Chance Jiminez aka Slutlust and Harry McNally. Never Too Young will run from Thursday, August 21st to Thursday, August 28th at No Romance Galleries in NYC. 

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Dark Disco summer edition returns to the rooftop canopy bar of Output
We’re committed to partying with a good sound system, lots of shots and a venue with shady corners, where you can love and hate equally and then drink and dance it off. Welcome to the party.
August features guest DJ: Cyril Hahn for his She’s Different Tour with support from EZRAKH and Mess Kid
Saturday, August 23rd
Output // 74 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn2pm - 10pm // 21+
Dark Disco summer edition returns to the rooftop canopy bar of Output
We’re committed to partying with a good sound system, lots of shots and a venue with shady corners, where you can love and hate equally and then drink and dance it off. Welcome to the party.
August features guest DJ: Cyril Hahn for his She’s Different Tour with support from EZRAKH and Mess Kid
Saturday, August 23rd
Output // 74 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn2pm - 10pm // 21+

Dark Disco summer edition returns to the rooftop canopy bar of Output


We’re committed to partying with a good sound system, lots of shots and a venue with shady corners, where you can love and hate equally and then drink and dance it off. Welcome to the party.

August features guest DJ: Cyril Hahn for his She’s Different Tour with support from EZRAKH and Mess Kid

Saturday, August 23rd

Output // 74 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn
2pm - 10pm // 21+

#TGIF as we launch your weekend on the breathtaking rooftop of The Standard, High Line [[MORE]]Your girls (Jules Kim & Katie Longmyer) invite you to join us each and every week from 3pm - Sunset as we enjoy the view of the best city in the world, crepes, refreshing summer cocktails, warm disco vibes, and the company of some of the most creative, beautiful, interesting people you will ever find in this great city.This week featuring guest DJ Jacques Renault with our resident Project Matt curating the best tunes all day. 
We’re looking forward to starting your weekend nights with amazing music, people and possibilities…
Friday, August 23rd3pm - 8pmLe Bain RooftopThe Standard, High Line848 Washington St. NYC
#TGIF as we launch your weekend on the breathtaking rooftop of The Standard, High Line [[MORE]]Your girls (Jules Kim & Katie Longmyer) invite you to join us each and every week from 3pm - Sunset as we enjoy the view of the best city in the world, crepes, refreshing summer cocktails, warm disco vibes, and the company of some of the most creative, beautiful, interesting people you will ever find in this great city.This week featuring guest DJ Jacques Renault with our resident Project Matt curating the best tunes all day. 
We’re looking forward to starting your weekend nights with amazing music, people and possibilities…
Friday, August 23rd3pm - 8pmLe Bain RooftopThe Standard, High Line848 Washington St. NYC

#TGIF as we launch your weekend on the breathtaking rooftop of The Standard, High Line 

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