Lance Mountain, Propaganda
“capturing the the simple beauty that surrounds us in nature, seeing things that you have seen before with just a bit of graphic dialogue.”
more about Gregg Greenwood and his selections after the jump.
Vinditto turned me on to this book that looks back at the Manchester music scene from the 1970’s onward.
“The volume features iconic shots of bands such as Joy Division, The Fall, The Smiths, Happy Mondays, New Order, and Oasis. Also featured are interviews with Kevin’s former colleagues Paul Morley, Stuart Maconie and John Harris as well as Gavin Martin’s interviews with Johnny Marr, Peter Hook and Mark E. Smith.”
We slept on these but, damn they are f-ing cool. Dustin Cantrell’s mad creation is was a must have.
Lords of the Underground, Neva Faded, 1994
Amtrak needs to step up.
“Thalys, the European company providing TGV trains between Paris, Bruxelles and Amsterdam, decides to customize one of the trains, inviting SozyOne (Bruxelles), Jonone (Paris), Zedz (Amsterdam) y Seak (Cologne). It’s one of the really few times that graffiti artists are allowed (and paid) to burn metal, it happened yesterday at Gare du Nord, Paris.”
We missed the opening of Eric White’s LP last night at Sloan Fine Art, and are rather sad we did. The exhibition consisted of 24 LP sized paintings that are quite hilarious and in the words of the press release, “become fetishized objects, incorporating messages that range from cultural commentary to personal demons to silly jokes.” The work is on view until October 10th, don’t sleep.
The premise is that a team of misfit space jockeys hits the skids after the government downsizes its warrior machine Titan Maximum. Pilot Gibson “Gibbs” Giberstein goes rogue and tries to annihilate his former team (along with the rest of the planet). Read a full brief of the show here.
The Van’s Warped Tour the 15th Anniversary movie, only in theaters for one night, tonight.
The lowdown after the jump
These collages are pretty crazy. Barbara Weissberger will be part of a group exhibition at Dean Project in LIC this Saturday.
More info at EatMeDaily
Megan Fox. That’s all.
These ads for Converse One by Anomaly were too kooky not to mention. We would have liked to see the interactive banners regurlarly on our site because they are definitely fun to play with. You can see more of the Anomaly’s work here (Nice stuff guys!), And Converse, there’s a 300 x 600 up there that thinks you’re pretty cool…maybe you all should hang out?
Living Photograph: Chris with Teacup
Our friends at Poster Child Prints opened up their virtual doors yesterday with an impressive selection of prints by likes of Dalek, Jim Houser, Amanda Vissell, and Friends With You to name a few. As a fresh way to say hello and welcome to the internet, PCP is offering 10% off of orders for a moment of time. At the end of the slideshow above is the discount code, think of it as a treasure hunt.
That’s my Prez