Why: “This cleverly titled one-man show turns mainstream media’s perception of hip-hop on its head. Photographer Trevor Traynor notes the double entendre of “shoot” and uses it to explain his connection to hip-hop and a few of its finest artists. These honest portraits depict varied talent, including the Wu-Tang Clan, E-40, Mos Def, and M.I.A — to name only four subjects of the 175 prints on display. Traynor’s “shots” are clear and representative, and even the most dedicated hip-hop skpetics can appreciate the beauty of Traynor’s photography.”
MIT students dropped a fat, stinky load on NASA by getting all outerspacey for only $150. How? Helium, a styrofoam beer cooler, instant hand warmers (thing freeze pretty easily up there) and a point-and-shoot camera.
The most expensive piece of this rig? The cell phone with GPS they stuck in the cooler so they could find their NASA destroyer.