The Joy of Motion Painting

A look back at The Barnstormers.

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Perfect for Floor Naps

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Sam Friedman’s new limited editon ‘Happy Place’  handwoven rug collaboration with Case Studyo.

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Art This Week in NY & LA

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Lots happening on both coasts.

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Doing The Ridiculous

Dominic Wilcox is one of those idea guys who actually makes the things he thinks of.

“An ice cream in the UK, a firework in China and a ‘whip’ in a political sense.”

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How the cover for Blur’s new album ‘The Magic Whip’ was made.

A Watercolor From Adolf Hitler’s Struggling Artist Period

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Wonder what sick fuck is gonna buy this one…

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DEER DANA x While We’re Young

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The legendary Charles Grodin as the “unofficial face” of Noah Baumbach’s upcoming film While We’re Young (Out March 27th).

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The Rise of Artificial Creativity

Robots and the arts.

Market Pinitration*

It seems that everywhere we look these days, there’s an awesome pin poking out at us. Seeing as though these small pieces of metal and enamel are the current canvases of cool, we took it upon ourselves to round-up some of the best in this shoppable slideshow.

*it’s easy to make up words on the internet
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Art This Week in New York

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Lots going on including the first day of Spring.

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“I Have My Own Powers Dialed”

ENCINITAS REALIZATION, a film by Chris Johanson from 1999 starring Tobin Yelland.

Drawing on Techno Culture

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Alan Oldham for Cav Empt

Geoff McFetridge – “Studies”

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Nieves has published a new book featuring the studies from Geoff’s ‘MEDITALLUCINATION’ show at V1 Gallery last March.  32 Pages in total, the softcover book is limited to a run of 1000. Have a look at some pages, below.

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Inside The Bladerunner Model Shop

Big people making little things.

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With a Simple Change in Background, A Time Lapse Becomes Interesting

Flowers by Thomas Blanchard

The Power of a Signature

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The signed lease for Andy Warhol’s first official studio located in an abandoned firehouse at 159 East 87th Street is up for auction at Sotheby’s next month. The worn-down document from 1962 is estimated to fetch between $8000 – $12000. Much more expensive than the $150 per month rent which Warhol paid for the 2,500 sq. ft second floor space.

 

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Two Coasts, Four Photography Shows

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San Francisco stays in the picture, while Foam brings a European eye for American Photography to Brooklyn. All this weekend.

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A Look Through Independent 2015

Art was seen, names were not taken.

“If comics need to be deconstructed and explained, something is really wrong with them.”

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Bill Watterson has a new interview out that’s been excerpted from “Exploring Calvin and Hobbes,” the catalogue for the recent Calvin and Hobbes retrospective exhibition at Ohio State’s Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum.

Definitely worth a read

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