Wayne White is the subject of a new movie, Beauty is Embarrassing, and it happens to be Pee-Wee Herman’s 60th birthday today. What better way to combine the two into a post than by looking through White’s work on the cult classic television show Pee-Wee’s Playhouse?
See more here, and the trailer after the jump.
We’ve returned once again to 25 Grams, a feature that culls pictures from some of our favorite photographer’s instagram feeds.
Tim Diet is an Oakland-based photographer. These images are from an ongoing series about sidewalk graffiti.
He can be followed on instagram at @timdiet
The Bay Area came out in full force last night to celebrate the opening of Twist’s retrospective at the Berkeley Museum of Art. Colin M. Day was there taking photographs for TWBE.
The must-see show is on view until December 9th.
Since it would’ve been the French master photographer’s 104th birthday, we present a mega-gallery of his pictures.
So as to not get things lost in the vast archives of The World’s Best Ever, from time to time we re-publish old entries.
“A sample of portraits made over a 20 year period. The photographs are mostly of friends,skateboarders,artists, graffiti writers and a lot are of strangers that interested me and asked I could make their portrait.”
Made between 1979 and 2002.
Eduardo Sarabia used the shape of the Vision Psycho Stick as template to create 10 unique pieces for 2011’s MAKE Skateboards show at I-20 Gallery.