The Smiths, Heaven Knows I’m Miserable Now
For their Annual Art & Design issue, W magazine commisioned Robert Crumb to illustrate his take on the History of Women. See the full spread here, and a couple examples after the jump.
Jeru The Damaja, Come Clean, 1994
Save some energy and save some money, all the while looking good doing it. This pretty awesome looking solar charger for your iphone/ipod is from Regen.
Great mash up, NIN Closer meets Kirk and Spock.
I was once Pootie Tang, kind of similar. Complex breaks it down.
There’s something quite striking about these pieces from Saul Chernick.
Protosapien Mist Unit (Artist Proof)
12.5″ x 4.75″ x 2.75″
Cafe Habana: Beer Battered Catfish, Salsa, Purple Onions, Lettuce, Tomato, Spicy Mayonnaise on a hero
Quite a name for this Brooklyn-based Artist. All of these deserve to be seen big, which you can do here
I would have never thought of this one.
Nice gig. Watch an interview with Danko and Kid Cudi while they get lifted after the jump. Did I mention, what a job?
Well this movie looks all good and Hollywood. Opening in February but, inspirational for Halloween.
Available Today at a random time is a print by Shepard Fairey titled ‘Jessica,’ which is based off of a fine art piece that Shepard had created for Lance Armstrong’s Stages exhibition. Measuring 18″ x 24″ in an edition of 475, all profits from the print go to cancer research.
There’s a great story behind this one too, read here
On view until Valentine’s Day 2010. No Strollers.
“For his first large-scale solo presentation in an American museum, Urs Fischer has taken over all three of the New Museum’s gallery floors to create a series of immersive installations and hallucinatory environments.
If your girl is still looking for some Halloween inspiration, have her check out the illustrations of Aly Fell. Fresh.