via, the whoa!
Our homey Elbow-Toe just put up a bunch of prints in his etsy shop. All hand printed, all $30 in editions of 30. Act fast wise ones.
Tastefully nude photos of one of the more beautiful women on earth? Yes Please
Kind of taints that image in the National Portrait Gallery a bit, huh?
STATEMENT ON ASSOCIATED PRESS FAIR USE CASE
In an effort to keep everyone up to date on my legal battle to uphold the principle of fair use in copyright laws, I wanted to notify you of a recent development in my case against The Associated Press (AP).
Create your own Simpson’s character (catch phrase et. al) and if it is unique and on point enough, it (they) will become appear in an actual episode. No Joke.
Angry Samoans I lost (my mind)
I keep ending up on this site which means that it must be a pretty good promotion for a booze brand. Whether any of the girls or data is actually real (it’s real) is another story but, I bet if you’ve been drinking some DonQ it wouldn’t matter all that much anyway.
De La Soul, Ego Trippin’ (Part 2), 1993
We love us some Tauba Auerbach, so this is a no-brainer
Tauba Auerbach’s two-tone screenprint is a visual cacophony of purple and yellow gridded dots that, when seen at a distance of 9 or 10 feet, resolve into an ingenious optical illusion suggesting a piece of paper that has been folded into sixteen segments.
(Income from this edition will be used towards Tauba’s new book, an ingenious pop-up extravaganza that breaks new ground in pop-up technology.)
Or not… depending on if you are on Kramer’s level of awesome.
Maybe in the future this technology will be used in video games for the super rich? Or at least simracing
Almost a year ago, we told you about Nate Frizzell‘s first solo show. This past Saturday his most recent solo show, Lost in the Thicket, opened at LeBasse Projects in Culver City, California. The show, replete with paintings full of masked characters intermingling with animals, was well received, as evidenced by nearly every piece being sold.