Do Or Die ft. Twista and Johnny P, Po Pimpin’, 1996
For our series, “Flash Us,” we ask some of our favorite tattoo artists to create a design based on a classic theme—naked ladies. Last week, Spider Death sent us a design, and this week Bryce Oprandi sent us the above. Bryce tattoos out of Martlet Tattoo Parlor in L.A., and you can follow him here.
Gabriele Galimberti’s portrait series Delicatessen with love shows off Grandmas from around the globe and their signature dishes. Yum.
When We Held Kings by Eric Raskin
The oral history of the 2003 World Series of Poker, in which an amateur named Moneymaker turned $39 into $2.5 million and the poker boom was born
The Terror Of “Twin Peaks”: His Name Is BOB by Matthew J.X. Malady
A woven blanket / tapestry edition by Peter Sutherland, available through Exhibition A.
Every week Chris Black uses his superior internet reading abilities to provide you with a list of links to things you’re bound to find interesting
An interview with the curators of the Bernadette Corporation retrospective that celebrates the collaborative group of artists & designers that spearheaded the underground NY fashion and art scene in the mid-late 90s
— Chris Black / @donetodeath
Two great openings tonight if you’re in town. Judith Supine opens a solo show including new work and an installation at New Image Art. In Culver City, Kathy Grayson curates a show called ‘Facemaker’ at the Royal T. Sorry about not having pics, I’m writing this from the airport and I hate getting fleeced by Boingo.
Tickets are available here
And if you can’t make it out to see them in person, Funeral Party will be appearing on the Late Show with David Letterman Thursday, March 31st, 2010
TDK’s Life On Record boombox – solid, heavy, with three 6″ speakers (center is a subwoofer) and 30-pin iPhone/iPod connector. Also plays external USB flash/hard drives, all controlled via the knob and display on the front.