Nu Liife

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by Andrew Jeffrey Wright / @ajw4ever

Graffiti High

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A troubled high school in Queens recently decided it needed a new inspirational makeover. Who better than graffiti artists to do the job?

Photo: Aymann Ismail/ANIMALNewYork

Surf Tees Involving Barry McGee

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Club Man Surfwax T-shirt for Brothers Marshall

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Barbara Kruger all up on your iPhone

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“Untitled (Connect),” 2015 is a new work being shown by Sprüth Magers at Frieze New York

Nudes and Dudes

New paintings by Lisa Yuskavage at David Zwirner

“You Can Be Different and Not Considered an Oddball”

Conrad Milster, Pratt Institute’s chief engineer (and cat herder), on certain benefits about working at an art school.

For Those of You Into $925 Folding Chairs

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Rob Pruitt’s vinyl-wrapped “Graffiti Chair” is pretty awesome. Available in an edition of 100.

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The Non-Tech Side of San Francisco

STEEL and REYES pressing caps and spraying walls.

Video by Dylan Maddux.

$179,365,000

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Picasso’s Women of Algiers, painted on Valentine’s Day in 1955, is now the most expensive painting to ever sell at auction.

Chris Burden, Rest in Peace

Sad news as we’ve learned that Los Angeles Conceptual Artist Chris Burden passed away yesterday at the age of 69.

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The Studio Process

Hiro Kurata in this short doc by Ryosuke Tanzawa.

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Bunny Money

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For Playboy Enterprises Initial Public Offering on November 3rd, 1971 Hugh Hefner chose to bless his paper certificates with the image a naked Miss February 1971, 21-year old Dutch-Canadian centerfold Willy Rey. After some prudes on Wall Street protested Playboy’s bare-breasted lady, a chunk of hair was added to make the stock more demure.

Full comparison, below.

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