I don’t really get what a freeboard is since I’ve never been on one but, they’re able to pull off tetris at night using neons.
Nice detail with the scissor slot. Works a lot better than overpowering the plants with large human hands.
Thom Puckey‘s marble sculptures featuring contemporary subject matter (i.e. chicks with guns) are hands down a success. Carving out of marble is some serious ish.
I love that shit. Rome, Italy 2009. Lucky duck
image from Last Magazine
The My Six Words event that was put together by our friend Seasick Mama went off over the weekend, and it looked pretty dope. Big ups to her and all of the other participating folks, you all were a lot more creative then we were.
To be honest I haven’t heard it yet but, the cover art for the album is amazing.
Our friends from I Love Graffiti keep comin’ through, this time in Austria
Geto boys, My Mind Playing Tricks On Me, 1991
This is one of those World’s Best Ever lists we’ll start doing when I grow up and get the time and funding to concentrate on this wonderful site some more.
Rome seems like the place to be right now, huh? The Eternal City is getting it’s fill of proper (our generation) Contemporary American Art and man, are they lucky. Last week saw Barry McGee open a new Solo Show, Mr. Brown, at Galleria Alessandra Bonomo and above are some pictures courtesy of Libri Drago to prove it. They also did a nice interview here
Jonathan Yeo has got stacks of mags to make his collages with.
This house in Germany was built upside down for a special exhibition. The designers went so far as to drill all of the furnishings into their proper places on the floor/ceiling. I would live in this house if they kept the furniture on the ground.
More pics here
Ben Wiggins writes
“The first two minutes of my short film about living coral polyps of the species Montipora. Shot entirely in time-lapse at high magnification.”