Catalog view is the alternative 2D representation of our 3D virtual art space. This page is friendly to assistive technologies and does not include decorative elements used in the 3D gallery.
A virtual exhibition of previously unreleased audio and art from the Ear Hustle podcast including contributions from Nigel Poor, Earlonne Woods, and Antwan Williams.
3D environment design by Miss Sammie
You spawn facing the Ear Hustle logo in yellow painted on dark gray painted concrete. The ceiling is a sandy colored concrete, and there are no windows.
There are five doorways surrounding you with text floating above them: Throwing It Back, San Quentin Parking Lot, Voices From the Yard, A Picture Stands In Solitude, and Different Strokes.
A weathered dirty and teal spoon sprinkled with dirt.
A picture of a superman ripped out of a coloring book.
The reminisce of a child's toy in the shape of a bear's face.
An exploded Paper Mate mechanical pencil flattened by a car tire.
A piece of paper where "Chava" and "Flaco" kept tallies on their game. They titled the paper "las locas" which is Spanish for "The Crazies."
A left-hand gardening glove, forgotten in the parking lot.
A piece of mint gum, still in the tin foil wrapper but broken in half.
Crushed "Expert Last" lipstick by the company NYC Cosmetics.
Lined notebook paper wadded, dampened, and muddled by parking lot water.
A brown paper bag with the words "Must be consumed within 24 hours" printed in black ink on the front.
A piece of pink plastic that used to be a hinge. Now it's broken and looks more like a lost lobster claw.
Various bits of saran wrap torn away and now braided to become one fringed loop.
A spool of unraveled dirty white string mixed with bits of gravel.
A pack of orange and kiwi flavored Trident gum, held together by a rubber band.
The collection of bra underwire that inspired Nigel to start taking a closer look at items left in the parking lot.
Nigel, on the left, in the classic bathtub picture holding a yellow toy.
38-Year-Old Nigel takes aim and practices her bow and arrow skills.
5-Year-Old Nigel poses for a formal picture in a plaid dress, ponytails, and a side part.
4-Year-Old Nigel poses for a school picture, rocking short hair and a pink barrette.
8-Year-Old Nigel smiles and holds an unhappy black cat.
An excited 7-year-old Nigel smiles on Christmas morning surrounded by presents.
Four young girls in a living room, one of them Nigel, smile at the camera.
An 11-Year-Old Nigel rides a pony through the town parade.
Nigel, wearing a blue scarf, sits between a college friend and her roommate
Nigel wears real goose wings for a performance.
3-week-old Earlonne is propped up for a photoshoot, held by his mother.
A 9-month-old Earlonne, who is just learning to walk, stares at a pinecone.
Earlonne dressed as Mickey Mouse for a fun day at Kindergarten.
5-year-old Earlonne poses for a formal school picture.
Circa 1977, Earlonne, his mother, and older brother smile for a formal picture.
Earlonne takes a knee for his middle school football photo.
A 15-year-old Earlonne gets into a 1976 Buick Regal.
Earlonne's father, holding the 18-month-old Earlonne, and older brother crouch in front of a Buick.
Earlonne's older brother tries to help the 9-month-old Earlonne stand on his own two feet.
12-year-old Earlonne holds up his favorite album: Michael Jackson's Thriller.
Antwan, Nigel, and Earlonne sit around a folding metal chair and speak into a cell phone being used as a recording device.
In an illustration from Episode 4, a man in a do-rag reaches toward the eye-level vantage point with his fingers splayed open. Only his right eye is visible through the outstretched hand.
From Episode 10, a man sits behind a desk waiting to hear from his parole board, which consists of three people in button-tufted high back chairs.
In this illustration from Episode 54, Nigel holds up the jumbled mass collection of bra underwires found in the San Quentin parking lot.
In a portrait from Episode 55, Marcel wears a Yankee ball cap and looks slightly out of frame.
In an illustration from Episode 59, a police officer leans against an open car window while looking at the occupant's driver's license.
Photographer: RICHARD MISRACH Title: Drive-in Theatre, Las Vegas, 1987 Credit: © Richard Misrach, courtesy Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco
Photographer: HIROSHI SUGIMOTO Title: La Paloma, Encinitas, 1993 Credit: © Hiroshi Sugimoto, courtesy Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco
Striking a pose at age 25.