Learn how to turn a pencil into a light and it may save your life.
This Bart Simpson 10″ QEE by Parisian street artist Space Invader is one of 20 customized Barts that went on display in the window of Colette last week. If interested, contact email@example.com for availability. More images can be seen here
Going on display at the end of August at The Metropolitan Museum of Art is Damien Hirst’s “The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living”. Basically a tiger shark encased in formaldehyde inside of a tank, the work is one of the most notable pieces by the YBA. More here
This month during the bearable winter of Sao Paolo, Brasil’s favorite graffiti writing twins Os Gemeos are holding a modest show of 30 drawings at brasilian powerhouse Galeria Fortes Vila
Earlier this morning, four banksy pieces went up on the auction block at sotheby’s in london. As usual, the bidding crushed pre-auction estimates. The high bids going to Mona Lisa with and AK-47 and Fuck The Police (pictured) each taking in
“Landings #2,” from a series by Branislav Kropilak
Hansgrohe, has created twbe shower head. In their words, “Experience Shower Fun XXL in an entirely new way!
Architecturally integrated into the room design, with easy wall-mounted shower control. Enjoy water in its most natural forms: as a soft rain shower enriched with air, a massaging downpour or a clear and powerful waterfall.” What actually is “most natural forms”?
Powell Peralta “Rat Bones” shirt, in its only acceptable colorway. Circa 1988
Curbed‘s has launched a brand new blog. Racked, the newest member of the Curbed family. It’s a blog about shopping, neighborhood stores and the retail scene of New York City. Like all Curbed sites, Racked comes at its world from the street up, covering everything from the newest Nolita boutiques to gas station gift shops in Queens. Current obsessions include Diane Von Furtstenberg’s forthcoming Meatpacking shrine, an alarming situation at Trader Joe’s.
Racked is edited by Leslie Price, who comes to us by way of Time Out NY, where her beat was restaurants and bars as well as new shops, spas, and trends.