Starring Tobin Yelland
Tomorrow night, May 25th at 1920 Bunker (32 under 9th Ave.)
$250 donation to enter
A cool item from Matt Singer
I created a hard enamel pin featuring a shark and asked the writer Ben Greenman to create an original piece of fiction using the pin’s design as inspiration. Ben’s amazing short story has been letter-pressed onto heavy card stock and the enamel pin is attached to the card at the story’s conclusion.
Picked this zine by Bill Daniel up along with LINDZINE #1 (review next week) from Hamburger Eyes. Good stuff.
847, DO YOU HAVE YOUR RADIO OFF?
SAN FRANCISCO 88-94 BY BILL DANIEL
WORKING FOR SILVER BULLET, PERFECT COURIER, QUICKSILVER MESSENGER SERVICE, WESTERN MESS, AND AERO.
PUBLISHED BY HAMBURGER EYES
EDITION OF 100
A film by Joshua Sandler
While on the road in early May, the artists involved in Montana Cans Across America made a stop in Tuscaloosa, Alabama to witness the aftermath of the destructive, and deadly tornados that struck the south. What follows are a selection of images by photographer ruedione.
Congrats to Kenzo Digital for putting together some ill visuals for Beyonce’s performance at the Billboard Music Awards.
A lot of things get told to me when I’m out partying, and a lot of them I forget. Paddle 8 is one such venture that I can faintly remember but, after reading a W magazine write-up on it yesterday wish I had had a bit more clarity at the time of introduction.
If things go well, Paddle8 will become a refreshing, well-designed destination for the art world to look at, learn about, and purchase art. It has all the tools to be something great.
One night only (tonight) at THIS in Los Angeles.
I’ve been waiting to share this with you all for a while. You might think I’m crazy but I’ve been tempted to use it in the kitchen since I’m one of the sloppier people on earth.