Freedom To Shine: The Story of an American Legend

Things aren’t what they seem in this beautiful, two volume Limited Edition from Stillhouse.

Anthrocon 2011 aka the Furry Convention

This looked rad.

Thanks to Scott Simmons of Scarehouse for the photos.

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Joseph Szabo – Jones Beach

Great photo series from the ’70s by NY-based photographer Joseph Szabo. Jones Beach is currently on display at Jackson Fine Art in Atlanta.

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Installation View: Costaco Brothers – For The Kids

This super fun show featuring the Costaco Brothers sports posters (along with a couple Jeff Koons posters) from 1986 to 1990 is on view at Salon 94 Freemans. If you had one of these on your bedroom wall as a kid, pat yourself on the back for being such an early art collector.

Salon 94 Freemans
1 Freeman Alley
New York, NY 10002

A Brief Interview With Charlie Ahearn

We caught a couple moments of director Charlie Ahearn‘s time prior to the World Premiere of his new film Jamel Shabazz Street Photographer produced with Kenzo Digital opening this Sunday (6/26) at BAM.


A photo project by Taylor Holland of tourist buses in Paris, France in Spring 2011.

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London Street Photography

An exhibit of over 200 images on view at the Museum of London, running through September 2011.

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CANTWO – Icons

These wood cutouts of key graffiti figures by CANTWO are currently on view at Kunsthalle Heidelberg.

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Babes of Yore: Marlène Jobert

Marlène Jobert is a French Actress and the mother of Eva Green.


I Was Just Leaving: The Art of Richard Colman

Published back in 2007, I Was Just Leaving showcases the artwork of TWBE fave Richard Colman. The book above is the limited edition dirty version, which I have no clue where you can purchase now. You can however buy the tame(r) version of the book here.

Art During War

The Graffiti of War Project

(Thanks Ben!)

Selections from the 2011 Mermaid Parade

Coney Island gets freaky as usual.

photos by Erica Simone

The Of Best

Holland’s own Parra gets a new website

Heineken Foosball Table

Had a chance to play on this table after a draught pouring event at the Heineken headquarters yesterday.  Cold beer and foosball are a perfect match.

Installation View: Miss Van – Bailarinas

On view at Jonathan Levine Gallery until June 25th, 2011

Jonathan LeVine Gallery
529 West 20th Street, 9th floor
New York, NY 10011

Art in Paris

Alix McAlpine sends pictures over from the City of Lights.

Bill Daniel Opens Up His Archive

TRI-X-NOISE is Bill Daniel’s new website featuring classic, quality handmade photographs at super-accessible prices ($25 and up).

“Tri-X-Noise is a way I can sell prints directly to you. The deal is to try to make these as accessible as possible— $35 for an 8×10, $45 for an 11×14, $65 for a 16×20— about the prices you’d pay for digital prints. But these are real, analog, optically-printed hand-made photographs― b/w double weight fiber paper, archivally processed. (Gelatin Silver Prints) If I make a photograph it’s made to last as long as humanly possible. I want you to be able to give your grandkids a photo of a Minor Threat show that they can give to their kids. Maybe that’s a silly idea, but that’s part of what motivates me.”

Visit the site here

(Thanks Rog!)

Babes of Yore: Naked in Nature

Culled from the pages of Playboy, and lifted from PlayboyMansion here are 30 inspiring photographs meant to get you thinking about leaving the city behind this summer. (There’s boobs and bush, so be aware of that wherever you’re viewing)

Who Needs School Anyway?

Matt Groening’s School Is Hell illustrations licensed by Apple for a promotional booklet back in the late eighties.

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