Opening This Weekend


A bunch of shows opening up this weekend, we decided to consolidate it all to one easy-to-manage post.  That’s Jeremy Fish above who opens a show at Laguna Art Museum on Saturday.

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you need to know…

How to open a wine bottle with your shoe!  I would suggest you practice this at home before you bust it out at a party.

Abelardo Morell Camera Obscura

Amazing images created using the camera obscura by Abelardo Morell.

Read more about him here on Flaunt

one step closer to the future


It seems that eventually your kitchen will  start to look like the Jetsons.  Meet “Quatuor,” the food dispenser. Solids and liquid ingredients no problem, it’s the shower soap dispenser for the kitchen. More photo’s and info here.

From the Plate of Roger Gastman


Blackout Cake Romancin

I love the chocolate cake. It has to be just right, moist, fluffy, at least two layers with chocolate icing on the whole thing. Sometimes extra icing is good cus then I’ll get to romance my face with the cake and getting all that chocolaty creamy icing in and around my mouth. Yeah you see the candle that’s romance.

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Lunchtime Laughter


Beautiful black and white photographs of Natalia Vodianova by Hedi Slimane

For Papayas, Next stop is Trannytown


Scientists perform sex change operation on papaya

You wish you could own this T-Shirt


Me too.  It’s sold out.  Created by the ever surprising Porous Walker,

See more of the fun here

Just be glad she had the courtesy to not stand up

imaginary number


“Imaginary” is a table that refers to the mathematical term of  “imaginary number.”

What is an imaginary number? according to Wik,

“An imaginary number, in mathematics, is a number in the form bi where b is a real number and i is the square root of minus one, known as the imaginary unit. Imaginary numbers and real numbers may be combined as complex numbers in the form a + bi where a and b are called the “real part” and the “imaginary part” of a + bi. Imaginary numbers can therefore be thought of as complex numbers where the real part is zero. The square of an imaginary number is a negative real number.”

More photos of the table here.

Friday’s Vault

(thanks Boris!)

Picture of the Day


Nan Goldin

Way to go kid…You would have nailed it if you got the question right


via, YBNBY

Just what is it that makes today’s painting so different, so appealing?


KAWS, TARGET GAMES, 2009, Acrylic on canvas, 96 x 72 inches, Image courtesy of Gering & López Gallery, New York, NY.

A new, must see show opening tonight at Gering & Lopez featuring KAWS, Keith Haring, Erik Parker, Frank Stella, George Condo, Michael Bevilacqua, Steve DiBenedetto, Steven Parrino, Lisa Ruyter, David Salle, Michael Scott, and John Tremblay.

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Jim Houser’s Make Room for the Emptiness

I had a chance to revisit Jim Houser’s solo show at Jonathan Levine yesterday, and came away with an ever greater appreciation for the artist and his work.  I especially dug how he arranged the work, have a look above

up all night

Nitzer Ebb – Murderous

The next best thing to owning a Barry McGee, is a huge Barry McGee wall vinyl


These are seriously sick.  Brought to you by Bodega.

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Reminisce Over This

Boogie DownProductions, Duck Down, 1992

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