Well, this is certainly amazing. Tom Sachs always seems to bring art to an interesting level. This piece is for Nike/Lance Armstrong’s Stages exhibition launch at Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin
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File this under smart design, great giveaway and awesome self-promotion
Via, The Whoa
Believe it or not, this is NYC in 2009. These kids color and styles go so well with Os Gemeos’ new mural.
via, Os Gemeos
Well isn’t this bad ass…
HOPE FOR THE OBSOLESCENCE OF WAR
In 1977 Patricia Renick mounted an extraordinary solo exhibition at Cincinnati’s Contemporary Arts Center. The exhibit comprised one exceptional sculpture crafted of fiberglass and built on the frame of a Vietnam era U.S. Army OH6A/Cayuse helicopter.
Triceracopter: Hope for the Obsolescence of War is now available for acquisition by a qualified museum, institution or individual.
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Watching this is about as close to meditation as I can get
These kids take fun in the pool to the max
via, Elisa Carmichael
This is a pretty dope box set produced by Genesis Publications that even features an original ticket to Woodstock. Limited to 1000.
Probably my favorite artist working in Pencil, California-based Eric Beltz has a new drawing in the group show Superfine at Morgan Lehman which opens tonight. The piece, Deep Shit, took 2 months and 22 days to create and is “A tender scene of murder and dismemberment…” Here, we created an animation of its creation. So dope.
Pizza in a cone! Thank You
Just wanted to give a shout out to this underappreciated, straight-to-dvd movie from 2005