Archive for the 'Los Angeles' Category

September 23rd, 2014

Kendrick Lamar – “i”

The first single from Kendrick Lamar's highly anticipated sophomore album has finally landed. His first album, good Kid m.A.A.d. City, was one of the better hip hop albums that has been released in the last few years, so his follow up has hip hop cats eagerly anticipating the release. This first single called "i" showcases Kendrick's flow over a ...
September 15th, 2014

Watch this is you’ve ever wondered what an $85 Million House Looks Like

This, obviously, has nothing to do with soccer - but its incredible nonetheless... This barn, is the epitome of the ridiculousness that is Los Angeles and entertainment and wealth and all of those sorts of thing. I love it. I love everything about it. But, even I'm just sitting here right now in awe after seeing this. This house, is about 15 ...
September 12th, 2014

Summer’s End

Summer is officially over. With the passing of Labor day, we officially have summer in our rear view mirrors. It might not feel anything like that in this blistering heat here in LA, but it's officially over. This wasn't just any summer. This was the summer that hosted the best World Cup I can remember. The summer that saw the US team get out of the ...
September 10th, 2014

Omar Gonzalez cooks and kicks with Chef Ludo Lefebvre

LA Galaxy defender Omar Gonzalez shows off his cooking skills with one of the top chefs in LA! The chef referred to, is none other than Chef Ludo Lefebvre, one of my absolute favorite chefs here in Los Angeles. I first got hip to Ludo on Iron Chef America and some appearances later on Top Chef Masters, but really got hip to him when I started my ...
September 9th, 2014

Soccer in America – A Photographic Journey

Somewhere in Los Angeles, new Bumpy Pitch shirts are being manufactured, screen printed and packed. We keep just about everything made in not only the US, but in Los Angeles. We have been questioned about pricing over the years, and a big part of the pricing is derived by domestic manufacturing. It's more expensive. That's just the way that it is. But ...
September 4th, 2014

Soccer in America – A Photographic Journey

Miniature soccer goals in backyards was a staple of my youth. We would spend hours playing one v one or two v two whenever possible. Goals like this dot backyards around the US and help inspire generations of kids to pursue the sport every day. Shouts to the next generation practicing in their backyard every day with goals just like this. Los ...
September 3rd, 2014

Soccer in America – A Photographic Journey

Perspective changes everything. What's in and what's out of focus changes how we see things and what we pay attention to. Alter things slightly, and we look at things just a little bit differently. I feel like that is one of the things we have always tried to do with how we present the sport. Show things in a slightly different light. With a slightly ...
September 1st, 2014

Soccer in America – A Photographic Journey

Grass field? Don't need that. We'll take what we can get. Play soccer. Anytime. Anywhere. Pico Rivera, CA Summer 2014 ~beans To submit your photos to be included in this series, email them to dunny [at]