This Saturday @ Phillips in London


Lot 189 BAST, Electro-Tits, 2006

Phillips De Pury’s Saturday @ Phillips auction returns tomorrow to London, offering up some interesting lots.  The following is selection of works I think you should bid on and win.  Because winning is fundamental.

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Picture of the Day


Swoon, circa 2005 in Nolita

Saks Spring Propaganda Campaign comes to life

All of the windows on Fifth Avenue are complete, filled with the designs of Cleon Peterson, Shepard Fairey, and the rest of Studio Number One.  When we first brought word of this collaboration, a slew of comments erupted on our site, and then, all over the internets.  Haters will be haters, Lovers will be Lovers, and The World’s Best Ever will always be supporters.  Nice job peeps!

Better History tonight


Curated by Nick Poe & 7Eleven Gallery
March 12 – April 11, 2009
Opening Reception March 12th, 6 – 10 pm
169 10th Avenue, New York, NY 10011
Better History is a New York based, cross-generational group exhibition. Works by some of the most promising emerging artists are presented alongside examples from long established figures, unfolding landscapes of influence. Instead of being lost in the maelstrom of contemporary art, the established artists provide fertile context that is crucial to understanding & grounding the younger generation. Many of the artists featured share personal history – ties of friendship, family and business – but despite these commonalities, each artist uniquely expresses his or her experience. The show features a community whose divergent yet optimistic visions reflect the complexities of a disjointed time. Better History is a bridge, uniting New York’s past with its present, and building order in support of a strong future.

Featured artists include Tim Barber, Sebastian Bear-Mcclard, Sebastian Black, Max Bode, Scott Campbell, Eneas Capalbo, Sarah Charlesworth, Francesco Clemente, Billy Copley, Patricia Cronin, Lance De Los Reyes, India Donaldson, Lena Dunham, Judith Hudson, Fab 5 Freddy, Francesco Galetto, India Donaldson, Alex Kalman, Maira Kalman, Tibor Kalman, Mel Kendrick, Victor Kerlow, Barney Kulock, Eva Lewitt, Judith Linhares, Troy Lumpkin, Alex Massouras, Michael Mcclard, Thomas Mcdonnell, Harry Mcnally, Casey Neistat, Van Neistat, Deniz Ozuygur, Peter Passuntino, Grear Patterson, Paolo Pelosini, Nick Poe, Nico Ponce De Leon Dios, Paula Poons, Steve Powers, Alex Rickard, Alexis Rockman, Theo Rosenblum, Ed Ruscha, Tom Sachs, Benny Safdie, Josh Safdie, Kenny Scharf, Laurie Simmons, Gordon Stevenson, Billly Sullivan, Jon Waite and Robert Waltzer.

A Preview of Invader’s new film

Andrew Jeffrey Wright Super Sale


If you’re looking to add affordable and humorous artwork to your collection look no further than these prints by Philadelphia’s Andrew Jeffrey Wright.  Not into Mr. ET or a 3rd Grade lesson plan?  There’s lots more right this way.


Chris Johanson at Davidson College


Opening tonight in Charlotte, North Carolina at the Van/Every Galleries at Davidson College is a site-specific installation by Chris Johanson using recycled and found materials.  Bringing it to the South.

via, 1026



Jorge Colombo uses the brush application on the iPhone to draw pictures.  This is an iPhone commercial waiting to happen. Skills.

See a video of the process here

via, Gothamist

picture of the day


Playground. 13inc

An Interview with Alex Lukas


Fecal Face interviews one of our favorites, Alex Lukas, in anticipation of his upcoming solo show that opens this Friday at White Walls in San Francisco.

Read it here

Artorialust: Weekend Edition with Kanye West

El Toro surprised us with some great shots from Weekend Festivities including Tomokazu Matsuyama’s show at Joshua Liner and Vanessa Beecroft’s performance at Deitch LIC.  Eleven Ladies and on Kanye West.

José Parla goes under the hammer today


Lot 263 at Sotheby’s

Session 1: Tue, 10 Mar 09 10:00 AM

José Parlá

B. 1973

8,000—12,000 USD

48 by 86 in

We are in a buyers market, and somebody should buy this great, massive work.

see the lot here

Brendan Monroe Book Signing


Brendan Monroe will be signing copies of his recently published monograph this Thursday March 12, 2009, 7 – 10 pm at Park Life in San Francisco. This event will also unveil the special edition of the book (limited to 50 copies), and there will be an exhibit of original work.

This is the first inclusive monograph of Monroe’s work including over 70 paintings, 15 sculptures, and installation shots.

Buy the book here.

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Shepard Fairey Tuesday: Guerilla One & The Seventh Letter


Guerilla One has been around for ages and The Seventh Letter are the cream of the crop so it’s nice to see the two represented on Shepard Fairey’s latest print as the heavy lifters.  Available this Thursday through Obey Giant and Mad Society, do yourself a favor and buy one.

Well that didn’t take long


That Banksy that went up last week, dissed with God, XXX Porn, Love Not Money and what looks to be penguins.

via, HYB

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Images from our Saber Giveaway

Saber kills it.

To see the winning shot from the giveaway, check the video post here (or below).

Our judge selects a Saber Piece

A couple weeks ago we asked our readers to send in their favorite picture of a Saber piece for a chance to win this print. And you did!  The video above shows the selection process of our esteemed judge, 2-year old Logan.

Go Go Gagosian


If you have the moment, this NY Times Business Article on Larry Gagosian is a nice read.

Picture of the Day & The Weekly Round-up


Dave Schubert, 1995

This Week…

Gene P introduced us to Johnny Hallyday

We’re giving away some stickers

Adriana Lima confirmed our love of Italian Fashion magazines

We laughed at a sleeping dog

Dave Schubert (above) photographed some Bum-on-Bum action

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