Introducing the K-80, a Permanent Marking Stick that’s fun to use until it reaches a frozen surface.
Adventure Tip: twist two colors completely out of their cases, cut each in half lengthwise, then match opposites and twist back in.
Swoon’s got a new variant edition available through Paper Monster
Klaus Kemp is a master at placing single cell algae in cool patterns, or as the scholars call it, “the Victorian art of diatom arrangement.”
KAWS recently unveiled a big new sculpture at Harbour City, Hong Kong’s largest shopping mall.
Out of print since 1976, Roger Perry’s The Writing On The Wall has been called “the original book of London graffiti.” Featuring more street sayings than street sprayings, it’s a fine look at 1970’s London counterculture.
In Kiss My Aura, his latest show at Slow Culture in Los Angeles, artist Travis Millard has taken his pancake art, covered it in resin (not syrup), and used the plate as a frame. Oh, he also made some rad drawings too.
The Henry Pajama shirt by Mike Mills for Sleepy Jones
AJW’s got another installment of Comedy Dreamz happening this Saturday (9/13) in Bushwick. Info on that, below.
Somehow I imagined a better fitting suit. Oh well, you gotta start somewhere. Next up, Opening Ceremony x The Whitney… probably not, but at this point in culture, anything’s possible.
“Untitled (1999)” is a fantastic new print by B. Thom Stevenson that harkens back to the days when the photocopy machine was some people’s only creative outlet.
Is this video art? Is this advertising? Is this a music video film? These are the questions that went through my head as I watched this entire video by Dr. Romanelli, featuring highlights from British Knights advertising history. Accompanied by a soundtrack created by Alchemist, Samiyam and Action Bronson, British Knights: Which Ways The Beach Mix, as it’s officially known is a hypnotic journey through a world of bygone creativity… and it’s really fucking good.
Interior photographs by Lynne Cohen (1944 – 2014)
The More You Know
Rolling up and removing Picasso’s “Le Tricorne” from the Four Seasons restaurant inside the Seagram building, where it had been left untouched for 40 years.
The fall art season kicked off in beautiful form on Sunday as the downtown set flocked to Team Gallery in SOHO for the opening of Ryan McGinley’s new show, YEARBOOK. Christos Katsiaouni sweated it out inside the packed gallery for all the smiles and pretty pictures.