Joni Sternbach‘s solo exhibition, “SurfLand,” features 40 tintype portraits of surfers and is on view at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Massachusetts, from May 16th to October 9th. Sternbach used a 19th-century wooden camera and a wet-plate technique to create the portraits.
We have been digging The Pains of Being Pure at Heart for some time. Now if you haven’t heard of them, you have now. Available through their website is this cool little bundle of goods featuring “a red tote bag, a limited edition red 7 inch single for Young Adult Friction including Ramona as the B-Side, 3 buttons and a limited edition The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart poster” Also pick up their CD, which is bangin’. They’ll be touring Europe in the Summer with a couple brief stops back in the states, so if you’ve got the chance, see them!
Saturday night we stopped by Souther Salazar’s new show at Jonathan Levine and were immediately drawn to a back room where these Hot Air Balloons created out of lightbulbs, wiffle balls, glass jars, and plastic bottles were installed amongst small watercolors and drawings. They are about the coolest/cutest art pieces I have seen for some time and some are still available here
Opening shot courtesy of TypeFiend the rest courtesy of Jonathan Levine Gallery
Stan Bush’s “the Touch” from the original animated movie of the Transformers was updated for the new movie. What the fuck is this? I knew Sam had to screw something up, it’s as if Linkin Park was knocked off by Air Supply.
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