Great viral marketing (still a term?) for RIT, and just a cool video regardless.
Testing out a mask from Where The Wild Things Are
via, We Love You So
Monday always looks better.
Vans have been a part of culture for over 40 years. So why has it taken this long for them to come out with a book? I am not sure? As of June first though, you can have the complete history of growth and success for the Vans brand.
Holy freakin’ awesome, where has Peter Lloyd been all my life? These airbrush works are simply amazing, even better that some of them were illustrations for Oui. All the works above are for sale at PictureBox Gallery
“Peter Lloyd is an Oregon-based artist who has illustrated record covers for the likes of Rod Stewart (Atlantic Crossing) and Jefferson Starship (Dragon Fly), contributed design work to films including Tron, and illustrations for publications including New York Magazine and Oui. His work is featured in Overspray: Riding High With the Kings of California Airbrush Art, by Norman Hathaway”
I stepped back in time to find a great album. The Horrors first time around did not make it to my playlist. Not intentionally, it just never went there. This album, Primary Colours is getting amazing reviews and buzz. It was almost difficult to figure out which track to post for your pleasure. Very few albums hold your attention on one listen and this is one of them.
King Just, No Flows on the Rodeo, 1995
Skull IV, 2009
Mixed media on canvas
48 x 36 inches
The pillows got bangs and the ten year old in you can get creative with a knife.
Apparently, the US Pole Dancing Championships were held in NYC this past March.
I am not even going to attempt to explain how it works, so click here to read more.
Gleamin’ the Cube