Kinda old but, still cool. Cliff Chiang designed the first three of these, no clue who did the other two.
Popular Science takes a tour. Spain’s Megababy is where it’s at.
I have to credit the you tube comments for that title.
Robert Rodriguez’s Illegal Machete trailer
Our girl Alix sent this our way.
A friend that accompanied me to Monica Canilao’s opening at Cinders last Friday said it perfectly when he spotted the artist walking in: she looks part wood nymph, part crust punk, part native American princess from the past and the artwork she had on display breathes the same kind of air. Combining delicate small-scale paintings and drawings and sculptures made from found objects like wood, swatches of antiqued lace, time worn glass bottles, burnt paper and colorful hookah hose attachments, Canilao transformed the diminutive Williamsburg gallery into a treasure hut resembling something you’d encounter stepping into a time machine and zipping back to the pioneer ages. The show is up until the end of the month.
Haven’t used that term in a while but, this collaboration between Stüssy, Al Fingers, and Greensleeves deserves all types of slang.
“I will consume and review each and every item in this machine. And to make things interesting, I shall do so in random order.”
Kathy Grayson has a weblog of her own, Art From Behind.
The entire Star Wars Trilogy told using legos in a little over 2 minutes.
Connie Kreski was Playboy’s Playmate of the Year in 1969
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