Also, the story of how Ling-Ling and Hsing-Hsing became the first Pandas in America.
For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Numskull to share his favorite place to eat. Numskull is an artist based in Sydney, Australia, who works in a variety of mediums, producing paintings, sculptures, illustrations and large-scale outdoor murals. Continue reading for his answer.
A Tiny Club’s Uneasy Rise by Raphael Minder
Eibar, a small soccer team with a 5,250 seat stadium is entering Spain’s top division, La Liga. And it’s been a pain in the ass.
Photograph by Markel Redondo for The New York Times
Establishing air rights in the name of fun
The Sale of Manhattan, a 1962 animated short directed by Fred Crippen that features artwork by Saul Bass & Art Goodman.
The Pickpocket’s Tale by Joseph Goldstein
As younger thieves turn to high-tech crimes, one of New York’s old-fashioned wallet snatchers recalls his decades-long career, from behind bars.
Jamie Harley directed this video for Koudlam’s new song “Negative Creep” off the forthcoming album “Benidorm Dream.”
Ironic? Yes. But that doesn’t mean you can’t make your way down the road to the Dogfish brewpub for some suds, or head in the opposite direction to the Dogfish Head Craft Brewery for some Bocce, and brews to bring back to the inn. Thoughtfully designed by Studio Tack in Brooklyn, the Dogfish Inn is a 16 room escape on the quiet coast of Delaware, home to some of the cleanest beaches in America. Rates start at $250 / night
For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Michael Swaney to share his favorite place to eat. Michael is a Canadian artist based in Barcelona, who is currently featured in the three-person exhibition, Salat 3, at Center of Contemporary Art Andratx in Mallorca, as well as in the Summer Times group show at Galeria Yusto/Giner in Marbella. Continue reading for his answer.
A bunch of nice things happening
Inside the Crumbling 5 Pointz by Tessa Stuart
The Queens Graffiti Mecca 5 Pointz Was Never Just About the Painting on the Outside
After doing a brief stint in London to mixed reviews, the musical adaptation of “American Psycho” is coming to New York City in February 2015 for a run Off Broadway.
Because it is you.
Live from the Graffiti Underground by Jamie Maleszka
Decades before street artists like Banksy could ignite an Internet firestorm and fetch millions, three guys with a video camera and a stack of VHS tapes set out to share the gritty story of NYC graffiti.
Could Brooklyn hipsters help save the middle class? And by “hipsters” I think they just mean people in Brooklyn.
Late Friday afternoons in the Summer are a pretty chill time to look at art in Chelsea. Although if you’re not careful, you’ll end up missing a bunch of stuff as some galleries really adopt a relaxed schedule after the 4th of July. It’s summer though, so take it easy.
Just another summer beach storm in Siberia