photo of the day


M+B gallery and AMMO Books are pleased to present GONZO, the debut exhibition of photography by famed American author Hunter S. Thompson. The exhibition coincides with the release of Thompson’s final book, of the same name, and chronicles his life through his own photographs and memorabilia.

Hell’s Angels, Wheelie, California
circa 1960s
Stamped, dated and numbered by the Estate of Hunter S. Thompson
image size: 30 x 30 inches
paper size: 36 x 36 inches

Edition of 10

field trip


Doug & Mike Starn
Absorption + Transmission
Noyes Museum of Art
Oceanville, NJ
May 1

21st Century Portrait


A couple months ago we were privileged enough to see the US opening of “Zidane: a 21st Century Portrait” at Moma. Come the 29th of January, you too, will be able to watch it as it comes to DVD. You will either love it or be absolutely bored with it. The movie debuts at Sundance tommorow (January 26th) so look for a US release in the early fall. More info here

way to spend $29.95

One of the most recognizable street art icons today, Shepard Fairey scales up his contribution to the hugely popular LA DUNNY Series with this 8 inch giant! From the streets to your collection, the Obey Giant Dunny features the distinctive iconography of the classic posters, stickers, and stencils that have surfaced in urban hubs around the world.

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Photos From The Burning House

This past Saturday “The Burning House” opened at New Image Art in L.A. and it looks amazing. Here are two links to photoset’s from the opening.
Hustler of Culture

Celebrity bitch print set


Maui born, California resident Aiyana Udesen can draw. Recently available through Cannonball Press is a set of 5 prints, featuring some of our favorite celebrity ladies with an array of obscure animals. Be sure to check it out quick, as the edition size is only 20 and once there gone…………

three-dimensional stone portrait heads

Barry X Ball

world in a terrarium


Paula Hayes creates these amazing creations in hand blown glass. Paula had the idea to create an independent ecosystem in really small crystal forms . The terrariums are built inside unique one of a kind forms. You can view here works here.

Free Art


Have you recently bought a BANKSY Print on Ebay, you come home the tube is at your door, you open it up. You feel like an art collector, your first purchase towards your retirement plan. Gassssssssp, as you turn it over you notice its on epson paper!

BANKSY is attempting to put a stop to the countless bootleggers selling pirated prints of his work on eBay by releasing a selection of huge, high-res files of a dozen key images of his art for FREE on his website with the following printing instructions:



Yet another reason to be in Los Angeles the weekend of the 20th, Lizabeth Oliveria Gallery has an incredible group show opening, taking it’s title from the Dead Kennedy’s song “Kinky sex makes the world go round”. The show features some favorites Barry Mcgee, Jo Jackson, Raymond Pettibon, and the Dead Kennedy’s, plus more. The release is below, enjoy.

“Kinky Sex (Makes The World Go ‘Round)”
-Dead Kennedys (1987)

Greetings: This is the Secretary of War at the State Department
of the United States
We have a problem.
The companies want something done about this sluggish
world economic situation
Profits have been running a little thin lately
and we need to stimulate some growth

Now we know
there’s an alarmingly high number of young people roaming
around in your country with nothing to do but stir up trouble
for the police and damage private property.
It doesn’t look like they’ll ever get a job
It’s about time we did something constructive with these people
We’ve got thousands of ’em here too. They’re crawling all over
The companies think it’s time we all sit down, have a serious get-together-
And start another war

The President?
He loves the idea! All those missiles streaming overhead to and fro
People running down the road, skin on fire

The Soviets seem up for it:
The Kremlin’s been itching for the real thing for years.
Hell, Afghanistan’s no fun
So whadya say?

We don’t even have to win this war.
We just want to cut down on some of this excess population
Now look. Just start up a draft; draft as many of those people as you can.
We’ll call up every last youngster we can get our hands on,
hand ’em some speed, give ’em an hour or two to learn how to use
an automatic rifle and send ’em on their way
Libya? El Salvador? How ’bout Northern Ireland?
Or a “moderately repressive regime” in South America?
We’ll just cook up a good Soviet threat story
in the Middle East-we need that oil
We had Libya all ready to go and Colonel Khadafy’s hit squad
didn’t even show up. I tell ya
That man is unreliable.
The Kremlin had their fingers on the button just like we did for that one

Now just think for a minute-We can make this war so big-so BIG
The more people we kill in this war, the more the economy will prosper
We can get rid of practically everybody on your dole queue if we plan this right.
Take every loafer on welfare right off our computer rolls
Now don’t worry about demonstrations-just pump up your drug supply.
So many people have hooked themselves on heroin
and amphetamines since we took over, it’s just like Vietnam.
We had everybody so busy with LSD they never got too strong.
Kept the war functioning just fine
It’s easy.
We’ve got our college kids so interested in beer
they don’t even care if we start manufacturing germ bombs again.
Put a nuclear stockpile in their back yard,
they wouldn’t even know what it looked like
So how ’bout it? Look-War is money.
The arms manufacturers tell me unless
we get our bomb factories up to full production
the whole economy is going to collapse
The Soviets are in the same boat.

We all agree the time has come for the big one, so whadya say?!?
That’s excellent. We knew you’d agree
The companies will be very pleased.

The Burning House


A while back an ideal art show popped into my head, “Brooklyn’s Finest”. The idea was to give Los Angeles a taste of Brooklyn Street Art. New Image Art has done just that with the upcoming show “The Burning House”. Featuring Swoon, Faile, and David Ellis it looks to be a doozy, with the opening surely to be one hell of a party. My guess is that it will sell out almost immediately, so if you are in L.A. on the 20th of January, go to the opening. If not, then try to see the show before it closes on February 24th and go hit up a taco truck. Mmmmmmm Tasty!

screen savor for your Sony’s $33k 70-inch LCD with x.v.Color

So you just bought yourself the most expensive toy, and HD is not enough. Well then there is panoramica. They have created dvd’s that are basically slideshows of amazing images. So you never have to turn off your tv again. In there words…”Breathtaking still and moving images from a broad range of world-renowned artists and photographers. ‘Ambient’ in concept, there’s no storytelling, no narrative, just a constant stream of compelling beauty.”


Recently departed photographer Bob Carlos Clarke was Britain’s leading photographer specializing in female sensuality. He was renowned for his striking silver prints which are highly prized by collectors worldwide. With style, sensitivity and a sense humour uncommon in the genre, Carlos Clarke balanced his highly-charged images on the razor-edge of fine art, and nobody did it better.
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Mick Rock is the man who shot the seventies in all its glorious pomp when the likes of David Bowie, Iggy Pop, the Stones, Roxy Music, Lou Reed, Queen et al exploded onto the scene.
On stage, backstage, up close and personal – Punk Drunk Love captures Glamrock

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