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Spraying Bricks - Episode 1 - SMUG
Smug. An Australian street artist based in Glasgow. Since recognising his passion for Graffiti, Smug has quickly become one of the most talented street artists around. His high-quality murals demonstrate a photo-realistic style, and a careful and precise attitude to his work. Smug is inspired by the people he knows and whomever comes into contact with, creating thoroughly unique pieces that have been exhibited globally.
The first episode of Spraying Bricks captures Smug painting the face of Louis Jensen, founder of Spraying Bricks. The piece was executed on the Village Underground, Great Eastern Street, in the heart of Shoreditch.
I compiled a mixtape for the start of December.
- Death Cab for Cutie - Monday Morning
- Local Natives - Who Knows Who Cares
- The Libertines - Music When the Lights Go Out
- Shout Out Louds - Ill Wills
- Panda Bear - Last Night At the Jetty
- Kisses - Bermuda
- Girls - Curls
- Atlas Sound - Angel Is Broken
- Tokyo Police Club - Hands Reversed
- Devendra Banhart - Korean Dogwood
- Arcade Fire - Wasted Hours
- How to Dress Well - Cold Nites
Fixed the download link~
Grasshopper Chocolate Mint Cake Mix Cookies
1 Devil’s Food Cake Mix (I like the ones with pudding in the mix the best)
1/2 cup oil
Mix cake mix, oil, and eggs together (do not follow the directions on the back of the cake mix- disregard them completely). Drop spoonfuls of dough onto baking sheet. Bake at 350 degrees for 6-9 minutes (don’t cook any longer than that! You don’t want them to be overdone!). Let cookies cool completely.
Peppermint Frosting:1/2 c. butter, softened2 Tablespoons milk2 c. powdered sugar1 1/2 tsp. peppermint extractGreen food coloring (optional- I added about 8 drops to get the colors of green that I had)Mix together all the ingredients (add more or less powdered sugar until you get the consistency you like). Spread on top of each cooled cookieChocolate Topping:2 1/4 c. semi-sweet chocolate chips3/4 c. butterMelt chocolate chips and butter together in a double boiler OR in a microwave (I usually microwave for 30-second intervals, then stir and repeat until the chips are fully melted). Spread melted chocolate on each cookie- I have found that it works best to use the back of a spoon to spread the chocolate around.*These little cookies are super rich! I think that if you didn’t want them to be so rich, use a milk chocolate cake mix and milk chocolate chips.