Morgan Fairchild is an American Actress who graced TV screens like mad in the 70s and 80s.
This is a well designed retrospective of Grotesk‘s illustration and design work. The book is real fun to page through.
EN-V stands for “Electric Networked Vehicle” and looks like a souped-up futuristic version of the Segway. Made by GM, the zero-emission, electric vehicle concept is targeted at those living in urban environments which by the time this vehicle would debut will be enormous.
I had the chance to meet Greg “Batman” Davis, one of the founders of the Crips, a couple weeks back. Zio guided me to his website, where you can see more of the signs above, as well as learn more about the man himself.
14 different illustrations to choose from to be implemented on a wooden egg by a magical machine called the Egg-Bot (video after the jump), with all the proceeds going to the Japan Red Cross. This is a fantastic idea from the folks at TBWA London.
This and so much more are contained in The Official High Times Pot Smoker’s Activity Book by Natasha Lewin & The Editors of High Times, and published by Chronicle.
Jerry Hall is an American model and actress, who was married to Mick Jagger.
This is one of those books that you can pick up at any point in the day, flip through, and smile. Published by Chronicle Books, Red Book contains 240 pages of David Shrigley’s humorous art that he created while in residency at at IASPIS in Stockholm, Sweden.
Do yourself a favor,and pick up the book here.
Late last month a series of ads featuring figures such as Morrissey and Jay-Z, began to appear in phonebooths across Manhattan. This was no ad campaign though, at least not a sanctioned one. It was the work of Katsu. With moves such as his recent MoCA Spray-by (after the jump), and this series of ads we got interested and caught up with Katsu to ask a few questions. We found out on top of everything else, that if you like one of these ads, you can buy it as a print. (each print is signed & numbered in an edition of 15 on archival paper. dimensions 49×25 the same size they were installed.)
Pamela Tiffin is a retired American actress
Edited by Sook-Kyung Lee and Susanne Rennert, and published by Tate, this is the one book you need if you’re interested in the work of Nam June Paik. It’s thorough and wonderfully illustrated.
What you see here is a beautiful sampling of images from Wyatt Neumann’s show that is currently on at Keyes Projects in NYC. Most of the shots were taken with Wyatt’s left hand as he barreled through America on his motorcycle at 100mph.
Penguin Books in the UK tapped a new network of artists and designers including Ripo, Parra, Lucy McLauchlan, Stephen Shore, and Gary Taxali to redesign covers to some of their classics. How fresh is that Ripo cover of Herman Hesse’s Steppenwolf?
Super-talented, award winning photographer KC Ortiz opens a new show at Guerrero Gallery in San Francisco this Saturday.
The Golden Land focuses on the people and places outside of the daily headlines, unseen by most. Ortiz’s photos bring viewers to the frontline of the “Badlands”, the world’s longest ongoing conflict between the Burmese military junta and Karen rebels, and to the Bangladesh-Burma border where exiled Rohingya refugees are struggling to survive. His photos also depict the daily life of the Burmese and ethnic peoples of Burma, capturing the hopes and struggles of the divided nation.
Some fun crew pics from back in day.