Opening & Parties: Tomoo Gokita at Mary Boone

Photos by Christos Katsiaouni

25 Grams: Daniel Arnold

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

Daniel Arnold is a New York-based photographer.

He can be followed on instagram at @arnold_daniel

Smug Bastards

The swimming pigs of the Bahamas

Betelnut Beauties

A photo series by Magda Biernat about Taiwan’s scantily-clad hustlers and the glass boxes they work out of.

Soviet-Era Anti-Drinking Propaganda

Nobody listened.

images via rio wang

Deadly Friends

For his Deadly Friends series, Patrick Lee draws composite images of gang members he has met on streets around the country.

Selected Photos From Larry Clark’s Unique Photo Show at Home Alone 2

4,000 + photos by Larry Clark from 1992 until 2010, all cleanly stacked in a wooden box under the watchful eye of gallery owner Leo Fitzpatrick. If you find one you like, pay $100 and it’s yours. A must see show on Lower East Side, open through January 10th at 208 Forsyth Street.

(note: some photos are explicit)

Babes of Yore: Audrey Landers

Audrey Landers is an American actress and singer, best known for her role in Dallas.

S.I.D (Superman is Dead)

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A collaborative box set of 10 letterpress prints by Shepard Fairey and British photographer Dennis Morris.

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The Future of Financial Reports

This book, which features stunning illustrations by Thomas Paster and Roland Vorlaufer, is actually the financial report for the corporate network New Frontier Group. Austrian design agency moodley created the book to illustrate NFG’s ideas, and conceptualized visual analogies that draw on prehistory: examples of extraordinary evolutionary moments are presented side by side with innovative solutions for digital transformation of 21st century enterprises.

You J.O.J.? Just off the Jet

Photos pulled from The Internet K-Hole

Billboards

From 1973 to 1990, Mike Mandel and Larry Sultan created artworks specifically for temporary exhibition on billboards ranging from 10-by-21 feet to 14-by-48 feet. Using the language of advertising and the expectation of billboard content, they were able to create unexpected socially charged imagery informed by the context of the space.

— Zio / @zioxla

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