Every week FRANK151 suggests a collection of people, podcasts, and/or social media accounts that you should get into if you want to make your life better, or at least if you want to make the time waiting in line for carryout go faster.
There is a story and meaning behind every tattoo. It could be a dedication to a loved one, a remembrance of a struggle that was overcome, or just a constant reminder of something you will regret for the rest of your life. The Instagram account Suckytattoos showcases all the poor permanent choices people make and everything that can go wrong when getting inked. Laugh at the most awful tattoos ever put on skin, from a Pokémon tattoo that looks like it was drawn by a 7-year-old, to hilarious misspelled haikus.—Paolo Veloria
I don’t volunteer to be advertised to by brands, but Exotic Gourmet’s Instagram account is a glaring exception to that rule. A clothing company run by rapper Sir Michael Rocks and his friend/manager Peanut, Exotic Gourmet’s designs draw inspiration from a lifestyle of chewing Hi-Chew, smoking Newports, texting on Sidekicks, and playing throwback video game systems. Major highlights of the line include the football club jerseys, Marianni jackets with zebra-riding polo players (a reference to Sir Mikey’s early mixtape cover art), and the hats and T-shirts with Doug and Hey Arnold! illustrations. Fashion week is the best!—Evan Wood
Atlanta-based producer Siddy Hill definitely has beats worth checking out, but right now I’d like to call out her especially strong meme game. She’s up on everything from the best jokes about Diddy at Beyoncé’s birthday party to zings about the horrors of accidentally catching your reflection in your laptop. In an era where every rapper, producer, and comedian uses social media to beg for your attention, Hill stands out for her five star curation and consistency. —Paul Johnson