Ronnie Fieg’s Blueprint

Queens-bred Ronnie Fieg infamously went from 13-year-old stockboy to brand mogul by mastering the limited-edition sneaker drop and trafficking unique products that feel special to KITH devotees. – Complex Subscribe to Complex on YouTube: Part I: Foundations 1. Develop Your Style 2. Find Your Role Models 3. Start At The Bottom 4. Find A Connection 5. Use Your Relationships 6. Take The Risk Part II: Second Story 1. Anticipate Demand 2…. Read More

Will Packer’s Blueprint

“While Hollywood underestimated Will Packer, the self-taught super producer developed nine No. 1 films and pulled in $1 billion at the box office. From his Atlanta estate, he shows Complex how he proved the bankability of people of color and helped launch the careers of Kevin Hart, Idris Elba, and more.” – Complex Subscribe to Complex on YouTube: Part I: Foundations 1. I Believe I Can Do Anything 2. Get It… Read More

Angie Martinez’s Blueprint

“Radio icon Angie Martinez shares how at 16 years old she used her passion for music to kickoff her career with an internship at a local Miami station. “The Voice of New York,” would later surmount a career that spans over 20 years and includes two rap albums, a New York Times best-selling book, a Tidal podcast, plus more.” – Complex Subscribe to Complex on YouTube: Part I: Foundation 1. Explore… Read More

Todd McFarlane’s Blueprint

Todd McFarlane opens up about his career as a comic book artist that includes making Spider-Man cooler and creating the Spawn character. He also shares his blueprint to launching Image Comics and McFarlane Toys. – Complex “I’m In Business To Drive My Art” Part I: Foundation 1. Find Your Passion 2. Learn The Details 3. Look For An Opening 4. Be Persistent 5. Make It Sexy 6. Fight The Status Quo 7…. Read More

Bobby Hundred’s Blueprint

“Bobby Hundreds explains how he channeled his love for music and culture into one of the world’s most iconic streetwear brands.” – Complex Part I: Foundation 1. Identify Your Passion 2. Start Experimenting 3. Find Your Scene 4. Follow Inspiration 5. Make A Plan Part II: Initial Design 1. Find Your Name 2. Know What Your About 3. Find The Right Partner 4. Do The Groundwork 5. Fake Till You Make It… Read More

How To Sell Anything On Craigslist

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Guest Article by Greg & Ashley Brown from We love Craigslist. When we moved from our apartment to the house, we listed many a thing on Craigslist and always sold whatever we posted within 1 day. In many cases (for us anyway) it is so much more convenient than having a big yard sale (or “tag sale” as we call them). We’ve also made a few purchases from Craigslist over the… Read More

How To Exhibit Your Graphic Novel At ComicCon

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Want To Exhibit? New York Comic Con will feature the latest and greatest entertainment, comics, gaming, anime, manga, screenings and more! For details contact: Larry Settembrini – Group Sales Director All sponsorship and non-endemic advertising & exhibiting inquiries should go to Larry Settembrini at 203-840-5321 or Mike Armstrong – Sales Manager All endemic artist, dealer, exhibitor, advertising inquires should go to Mike Armstrong at 203-840-5333 or

Are You Brave Enough?

Jamaican mind games

This question is Jamaican me crazy. <—See what I did there : P Take Notes: The video is from “John Dies At The End” it is currently available on netflix Dreams according to Wikipedia More Jamaican mind games Actors name is Tai Bennett Maximillian Garland | Bright Futura Columnist Follow Bright Futura on Facebook, Twitter, or you can subscribe to our RSS    

Goverment According To Monty Python

constitutional peasant

Constitutional peasant Dialog: Arthur: Old woman! Dennis: MAN! Arthur: Man, sorry. What knight lives in that castle over there? Dennis: I’m 37. Arthur: What? Dennis: I’m 37, I’m not old! Arthur: Well, I can’t just call you “man”. Dennis: You could say “Dennis”. Arthur: I didn’t know you were called Dennis. Dennis: Well you didn’t bother to find out, did you? Arthur: I did say I’m sorry about the “old woman” thing,… Read More



Kanye West has been a politically minded rapper very literally since day 1. It’s why we fell in love with him to begin with. That backpack label? It wasn’t accidental. This bizarre claim that he’s only now talking about politics in the intensely political “New Slaves” and “Black Skinhead” is really telling. The subjects of Kanye’s raps haven’t changed much [at least not in ways unpredictable]. Apparently, we haven’t been listening, have… Read More