A new print by Shepard Fairey, available tomorrow (6/4) at a random time.
18 x 24 inches
Edition of 450
Last night on Pier 57, a crowd came together to dance to DJ Spooky and experience Garson Yu’s T.I.N.Y (The Interactive New York), a flickering subway ride to Elmhurst, Coney Island and beyond. The installation is on view through June 16th.
Photos by Christos Katsiaouni
Opening at Joshua Liner Gallery tonight (5/30). Check out a great video by Colin M Day after the jump.
“This release is a collectors item for book lovers, graffiti haters and opinionated people”
Chris Johanson’s third annual Quiet Music Festival of Portland happens this weekend. Featuring two days of “emotional, vibrant, and low volume music honoring of the quiet act of listening” the festival is decidedly chill.
What. Together with the Art Production Fund (AFP) Tommy Hilfiger commissioned Lola Schnabel, Richard Phillips, Scott Campbell, Gary Simmons, and Raymond Pettibon to design a series of limited edition surfboards.
A new zine by Austin McManus
“The project “Partner in Crime” challenges gender-based stereotypes commonly associated with vandalism, while offering an alternative perspective on the physical act of writing graffiti. By recruiting first-time female participants, I hoped to capture a playful side and a certain innocence, something I don’t think could have been achieved if the subjects were not inexperienced.”