A Chronological Record of Prince’s Hair Styles from 1978 to 2013

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Illustrated by Gary Card for Beat Magazine

via, @timnoakes

The OLD NSA Listening Station on top of Devil’s Mountain in Berlin

Now essentially 5Pointz East.

Barry Socks

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from RVCA

Office Life

Endless funnies by Modern Toss

Based on the art of Jonny Negron

A video for Concorde’s song “Sons,” directed by Alexis Beaumont & Rémi Godin

The Shock of the New

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Young prudes at Wellesley College are going crazy over Tony Matelli’s new hyper-realistic sculpture, Sleepwalker, which has been placed in a high-traffic outdoor location on the all-girls campus for his current exhibition, New Gravity. Not understanding that the sculpture is art, and not a real person, students have been petitioning that the work be moved out of their bubble and inside the art museum where only people who choose to view it, can. Very good preparation for the real world, ladies.

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Dong Reproductions

Italian photographer Chiara Goia traveled to Dong Chen, a small village in China where all the business activity revolves around the reproduction of famous sculptures.

Cheery Dude

TRUTH. BEAUTY. BAILEY. A film about David Bailey by Jamie Roberts

Limited edition of 69

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This “Love Making” print by Stevie Gee

Highlights from City As Canvas: Graffiti Art from the Martin Wong Collection

On view at the Museum of the City of New York through August 24th, 2014. Go see this in person.

Obey Burroughs

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William Burroughs would have turned 100 today. To commemorate this, Shepard Fairey collaborated with photographer Kate Simon on a print of the author and cult figure. For those interested, it’s available for purchase tomorrow.

River of Fundament

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Matthew Barney’s new film in collaboration with composer Jonathan Bepler makes its world premiere at BAM on February 12th, and runs through February 16th, 2014. Based around Norman Mailer’s novel Ancient Evenings, the nearly 6-hour epic is set in Los Angeles, Detroit, and New York, paralleling the story of “Egyptian gods and the seven stages of reincarnation” with the “rise and fall of the American car industry.”

Tonight in NYC

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The Ten Thousand Things, a solo exhibition by Troels Carlsen at Y Gallery.

Tiny Shits

A collaborative zine between Giant and Persue, published on Mike Giant’s Skullz Press back in 2003.

For those out in SF, Mike has a show opening this Friday (2/7) at FFDG.

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Flash Us: Shen Schubert & Oliver Bach

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For our series, “Flash Us,” we ask some of our favorite tattoo artists to create a design based on a classic theme—naked ladies. Last week, Dani Queipo sent us a design, and this week Shen Schubert and Oliver Bach sent us the above. Shen and Oliver tattoo out of Duke Street Tattoo in Chelmsford, UK, and you can follow them here and here.

Zio / @zioxla

New York Got You Beat?

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Faile is releasing a few print editions tomorrow (2/4), including this striking work titled I Used To Be Worth Something, which basically sums up the big city experience for a lot of hopeless people.  On an upbeat note, Faile also made their poster for a Pearl Jam concert in Spokane, Washington into a print edition of 100.

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Move Mountain

A magnificent stop-motion film written, directed, fabricated, and animated by Kirsten Lepore.

“A girl journeys through a vibrant, pulsing, macrocosmic landscape, but a precipitous incident compels her to venture up a mountain in an attempt to save herself.”

The Underground Railroad

A series by Amani Willet featuring “images made in locations that factored significantly in the history of the Underground Railroad.”

The Joy of (Mural) Art

The First Graffiti Artist is a 1976 student documentary by Ian Potts featuring artist Walter Kershaw. In between catching a tag and riding his motorcycle around town, Walter talks about the necessity for colorful murals in the ‘muted’ industrial surroundings of North West England, and how his main goal is to cheer commuters up as they pass by in the distance.

via, HYB

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