A variety of boobs-only shots culled from the twitter account of MJ Day (@MJ_Day), Senior Associate Editor at Sports Illustrated SWIMSUIT. You’re welcome.
That is hardcore.
Featuring artists such as Ramsey Dau (above), Cleon Peterson, Jesse Spears, Ed Templeton, and Tim Biskup, these pocket-sized notebooks are a very cool alternative to the moleskine.
- Size: 3.5″ x 5.25″
- 48 pages of creamy smooth, unlined, off-white paper
- Laminated cover with double saddle-stitched spine
- Short artist bio inside back cover
British GQ February 2011 Hachi Machi!
Opening this Saturday, Postermat will be the one place you have to brave the cold and get to. So many good artists, $75 editions, cool people, and a tribute to a lost NY relic. (proper info below)
Leave it to Alfred E. Neuman to make your Friday that much better. Lifelounge turned us on to Doug Gilford’s MAD Cover Site, where we pulled these humorous works of art from. Definitely check out Doug’s site, it is the definitive resource when it comes to MAD Magazine.
Vice’s Art issue is now out on newsstands, and amongst all of the good stuff there is this feature shot by Richard Kern titled Figures: A Series of Poses to Aid in Your Sketches of Female Anatomy. Cover by Rob Pruitt after the jump
The latest issue of Very Nearly Almost arrived at our door the other day. One of our favorite publications out of England, issue 13 features interviews with artists such as Ben Eine, Steve Powers, Elbow-Toe, and Tilt. Make sure to pick up your own copy.
Of course you want this.
Viva La Revolucion: A Dialogue with the Urban Landscape, 2010
Offset printed poster
24 x 18 inches
Published on the occasion of the exhibit “Viva La Revolucion: A Dialogue with the Urban Landscape“, Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, California, July 18, 2010 – January 2, 2011
Printed Matter, Inc. presents
THE NY ART BOOK FAIR
November 5-7, 2010
Preview: November 4, 6-9 p.m.
22-25 Jackson Ave at the intersection of 46th Ave
Long Island City, NY 11101
Admission: free and open to the public
Directions: E/V Train (23rd St./Ely Ave), 7 Train (45th Rd./Courthouse Square), or G Train (21st St./Van Alst)
More info: www.nyartbookfair.com | 212 925 0325
Wired’s November 2010 issue.
Really enjoying these hand printed cards by Los Angeles-based artist Ashkahn Shahparnia.
-5 x 7 inch
-Blank on the inside
-Hand stamped on the back & signed
-Archival Giclée print on 110lb sustainable recycled paper made by hydroelectric energy
-Comes with a hot pink envelope
-Packaged in a biodegradable bag
Kenny Powers on the cover Vice
When you think of Graffiti Magazines of the 90s, Skills is right there at the top of the list. We were lucky enough to uncover a small stack of Issue #7 from 1995, that we are making available to the public. Issue #7 features walls and trains in both color and black & white, as well as a great interview with Mobb Deep. As an added bonus, each issue will be mailed with an SP.One sticker. Extremely Limited Supply, order here.
It’s not about you, Kim. It’s all about us.
The November 2010 Art issue of W is on the newsstands this Wednesday.