From The Archives: Ads From The New Deal

Color repetition combined with the art and humor of Andy Howell and Ed Templeton.

I am just trying to be nice

A look through Nug’s new book.

“This release is a collectors item for book lovers, graffiti haters and opinionated people”

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Tommy Hill Ice Rocking Surfers Who…

What. Together with the Art Production Fund (AFP) Tommy Hilfiger commissioned Lola Schnabel, Richard Phillips, Scott Campbell, Gary Simmons, and Raymond Pettibon to design a series of limited edition surfboards.

Partner In Crime

A new zine by Austin McManus

“The project “Partner in Crime” challenges gender-based stereotypes commonly associated with vandalism, while offering an alternative perspective on the physical act of writing graffiti. By recruiting first-time female participants, I hoped to capture a playful side and a certain innocence, something I don’t think could have been achieved if the subjects were not inexperienced.”

Available here

Babes of Yore: Eve Eden

Originally born as Rosa Dolmai, Eve Eden is a former British pin-up model and actress.

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Art Plates

Part of Sheryo and the Yok’s “Pipe Dreams” show at Krause Gallery.

25 Grams: Grotesk

25 Grams is a feature that culls pictures from some of our favorite instagram feeds.

Kimou Meyer (aka Grotesk) is a Swiss-born artist and graphic designer living and working in New York City.

He can be followed on instagram at @groteskito

Found Photos (pt. 2)

Unearthed and collected by Dave Schubert while digging through dead people’s stuff at garage sales, estate sales, and flea markets.

The Art of the Crop

Chris Heads takes some damn sexy photographs

Installation View: Alex Lukas at Guerrero Gallery

Plant life is in full effect in San Francisco until June 15th.

Kate Moss Thursdays


Shirt Kings: Pioneers Of Hip Hop Fashion

A recent book by Edwin PHADE Sacasa and Alan KET focusing on the custom gear made by The Mighty Shirt Kings at their spot in Jamaica Coliseum, and their loyal customers—a who’s who of eighties hip-hop stars.

Published through Dokument Press

Openings & Parties: Bare Bones at Billy Reid

This past Saturday, The Principals celebrated the launch of their Bare Bones dominoes with a tournament at Billy Reid’s store on Bond Street. Christos Katsiaouni was in attendance for the photographs.

Babes of Yore: Magda Konopka

Magda Konopka is a former Polish model and actress who transitioned to Rome where at one point she became one of the most photographed actresses of her time.

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Installation View: Stephen Powers – Visual Blues

On view at Alice Gallery in Brussels, Belgium through June 22nd, 2013.

“I’m in awe of the power and the reach of music. To compete with the majesty of music, i make paintings that are visual blues. I distill my everyday experience into paintings I call Daily Metaltations. They are painted very fast, fresh from the epiphanies that inspired them. The larger paintings draw from those metaltations and go to a deeper understanding of the transactions we make everyday to live our lives.”

—Stephen Powers

A Chimpanzee Took These Photos

And they’re estimated to sell for between $76,000 and $110,000 at auction.

via, hyperallergic

Batgirls & Batmen

Mark Mulroney rips.

He currently has a show up at Ever Gold in San Francisco. If you’re in town before June 8th, check it out.

Cambodia’s Tuberculosis Epidemic

By KC Ortiz

As civil war and genocide go the way of history in Cambodia, a new war in the troubled nation is being fought today; one against Tuberculosis, a very real and deadly foe. Cambodia is one of the world’s hardest hit countries by TB, with over 65,000 new cases every year and one of every 215 people diagnosed as infected, it truly is of epidemic proportions.

While TB is a curable disease the fight is not simple or easy. The treatment is long and physically exhausting. Many will stop midway their treatment period due to the discomfort or lack of access to meds, raising the stakes that they will develop an extremely dangerous strain of TB, MDR TB (multi-drug resistant tb) and effect others with the mutated strain. The hardest hit are the nation’s poorest and most disadvantaged. They suffer from a deadly trifecta of overcrowded living conditions, malnutrition, and limited access to health care. The health care system in Cambodia lacks many basic resources and is over stretched, unable to meet the demands of the population. While health care is supplied free of charge to the poor, most can not even afford the hard cost of getting themselves to a clinic or hospital for treatment.

Community outreach is proving itself to be one of the strongest weapons in the battle. NGO’s such as Operation Asha, use community based approaches to provide the needed help. The Indian based NGO employs members of the communities they serve, training them and sending them into the field to track down TB victims and provide treatment. Taking the DOTS (Directly Observed Treatment Short-course) system to another level, the organization goes to the frontline of the battle in the most impoverished neighborhoods to track the victims, provide them with the treatment, oversee their regimen, and educate the community.

25 Grams: Jason Goldwatch

25 Grams is a feature that culls pictures from some of our favorite instagram feeds.

Jason Goldwatch is a NYC-based director and co-founder of decon.

He can be followed on instagram at @jasongoldwatch

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