B.G., Bling Bling, 1999
The fish is alive and partially deep fried. I didn’t know that was possible.
Opening this weekend in Oakland at Johansson Projects, Earth Engines features the staged photographs of Barry Underwood(above) and Oliver Dicicco’s sound sculptures(after the jump). The video of Oliver’s sculpture is pretty amazing, make sure to check it out after the jump.
Showing November 21st 2009 – January 9th 2010
Opening Reception: Saturday, November 21st 5-8pm
2300 Telegraph Ave. Oakland, CA
Oh yeah, that’s right. Because sometimes you gotta get classier than Boone’s or Mad Dog 20/20.
I never knew the name of this guy whose work you seem to see in hair salon windows everywhere. But now I know, and in turn, you know too.
Since we slept yesterday on the birthday of LSD, we thought it fitting to show you the 7,500 square meter LCD screen at The Place Mall in Beijing, China where it could be fun to take the drug. Suspended over a mall, the giant sreen features ads and promotions but, most of the time it’s an aquarium. How cool is that? Even cooler would be if there were interactive video installations with it.
These as some of the crispest shoes I have ever seen. I would have a continuous carpet rolling in front me if I had them on. Wow.
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Meet my new favorite duo, Comanechi. Their debut release Crimes of Love will be released November 30th on Merok Records. Check out an interview with the group on Dazed Digital, where front women Akiko provides a track by track rundown from the new release. Make sure you scroll down to the end of the article for the the exclusive Kenneth Anger-inspired video for the single “Mesmerizing Fingers.” I really like how she says mesmerizing, maybe it was intentional that she couldn’t pronounce it? You decide.
Take a look at a slice of photos from the website There I Fixed It, user-submited photos of do-it-yourself fixes.
Julian Cope, Charlotte Anne