Great video from No-Mas and James Blagden. It actually reminded me of this amazing Eric White drawing I wanted to buy when I was low on cheddar, I wish I had bought it…
Drawings by Chris Scarborough
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For their Annual Art & Design issue, W magazine commisioned Robert Crumb to illustrate his take on the History of Women. See the full spread here, and a couple examples after the jump.
Quite a name for this Brooklyn-based Artist. All of these deserve to be seen big, which you can do here
If your girl is still looking for some Halloween inspiration, have her check out the illustrations of Aly Fell. Fresh.
Winnie Won Tsuen Yiu is a Vancouver artist who creates illustrative work that is both beautiful and grotesque. See more of all of that here, and if you like it you can buy this 10″ x 10″ gouache on wood (above) here.
Yohei Takahashi: Wolf pen and ink on wood.
I found this at the Compound Gallery, out of Portland. A really nice piece for $400.00
Everyone in Glasgow, make sure to head out to Recoat to catch Lyken Love & Elpho this Friday (18th) 7 to 10pm. for Haunted Graffiti. New Work by Elph One & Lyken Love. Lyken & Elph are taking over Recoat and covering the walls and windows with discarded architectural drawings and blueprints, that will act as a canvas for a mural and a backdrop to a series of paintings, drawings, prints. It sounds like its a perfect reason to make a trip to Glasgow.
You can read an interview with Lyken Love on Canned Goods here
This weekend in Los Angeles, be sure to catch Scion installation 5: Self Portraits. Over the past year, the company has been sponsoring some really great events, and this is the culmination of their efforts with an Auction on Artnet.
Here’s the brief:
SCION LAUNCHES “INSTALLATION 5 TOUR: SELF PORTRAITS” ONLINE AUCTION ON ARTNET.COM TO BENEFIT CREATIVE CAPITAL SEPT. 12 THROUGH SEPT. 30. The Collection Features Self Portraits From International Contemporary Artists, Including Blek le Rat, Mark Mothersbaugh, David Choe, Ron English, Jeff Soto, Angela Boatwright, Among Many Others Fifth Annual Art Tour Makes Final Stop At Scion Installation L.A. Gallery on Sept. 12
Heres the important info:
Sept. 12 from 7 p.m. – 10 p.m. at the Scion Installation L.A. Gallery, 3521 Helms Ave. (at National), Culver City, CA 90232. The reception is free with complimentary valet parking and an open bar. The exhibit will run until Sept. 30, 2009.
A Video after the jump
We’re totally feeling the work of this Massachussets-based artist
“its a bitter sweet series that examine our fascinating yet frightening views on sexuality in our exploitative society.”
Illustration by Saiman Chow