That’s my Prez
“beauty / sex that engages the mind and the eye at the same time. perhaps the opposite of overt sexuality seen in most photography of this nature.”
more about Gregg Greenwood and his selections after the jump.
Ghostface Killah, Daytona 500, 1996
Tonight at Collective Hardware
Anonymous Gallery is pleased to support The
Black & White Show. Featured at Collective Hardware (169 Bowery at
Delancey), curated by AMP Tracks, Meghan Carleton and Amandine Lesaffre Freidheim and
sponsored by Daniel K, the exhibition, void of color, explores the graphic clarity and dynamics of
black-and-white imagery by artists emerging to blue-chip. The Black and
White Show will be on view from September 16 to October 3, 2009. The
gallery will be open from noon to 7pm daily. An opening reception will
be held Wednesday, September 16th from 7-10pm.
You can really find anything on Etsy. These pillows are “Lovingly made of super soft polar-fleece with poly-fiber stuffing. Letters are felt.” For $19.95 each you really can’t go wrong.
Yeah we know this is old. But, you’re probably old too, so don’t complain.
Just in case you didn’t already know, David Bowie has a spider named after him.
“The Heteropoda davidbowie is distinguished by its large size and yellow hair, and is only found in parts of Malaysia.”
Anyway, nice timelapse footage from this year’s Nuart festival
For his latest fashion show, Patrik Ervell adorned all of his models shoes with rusty staples. The look was fresh, the risk of having to get a tetanus shot? Not so much.
I don’t know where to begin except to just paste these details below about the Shepard Fairey x Michael Jordan x Upper Deck Print Collection.
“The initial offering consisting of just the high-end, 26” x 36” silk-screened master prints signed by both Jordan and Fairey (limited to 50 versions each) for $4,499.99 collectively. For anyone who purchases the three-part master print series, they will receive the same edition number in the limited-to-50 series for each print (UNC, Bulls and the HOF induction). Additionally, on Sept 17th the three-part sets signed by Fairey-only, which also measure 26” wide x 36” high and are limited to 123 apiece, go on sale for $1,349.99 collectively.
On Sept 22nd, individual versions of the dual-signed master prints will go on sale for $1,499.99 each, with the Fairey-only signed versions also being made available for $499.99 apiece. Lastly, on Tuesday, Sept. 29, an 18” wide x 24” high Fairey-signed print that’s limited to 523 will be made available. Complete sets of the three single-signed, 18″ x 24″ prints will retail for $215.99 each with individual pieces listed for $79.99.”