Cristina Rubinetterie fixtures. The coolest Italians-designed shower heads.
I’m sold on this guy right here. He’s the future.
At 3pm EST today, bidding ends on Shepard Fairey’s Close Knit.
“I chose to illustrate this image of two girls knitting (in a Rush Arts Education program) because I think it really captures the idea that learning art in schools is about more than crayon drawings — it’s about creativity, something that transcends all class and race boundaries. I think the joy of making something is universal, and it’s an opportunity that every kid should have.”
Close Knit, 2009
Spray Painted Stencil & Mixed Media Collage on Canvas
44″ x 60″
Presently the bidding is at $28,500, you can view the lot here
this looks like a scene from a Benji movie…. it’s pretty cool anyway
In the spirit of Simpsonize Me! comes Mad Men Yourself. Above is The Enablist as a Mad Man.
Big Ups to our peeps KC and Pose for their new tees.
The modern man can probably thank Dov Charney and American Apparel for a lot of things (girls in only leggings comes to mind) but, for now, we’ll just look at the company’s advertising .
KRS-One, Sound of Da Police, 1993
Since the original was never released, Repo136 put it all together for us.
A Great site for all who have tight pockets.
California-based Eric Beltz has a new drawing in the group show Sister Cities at Merry Karnowsky Berlin. Under My Wings All Things Will Prosper is another sick piece of pencil work, so we had to give it the animated treatment.
Up and Down, Up and Down, Up and Down
I’m just trying to imagine how this would taste. Yes, I’ve already thought ‘delicious’. The McGangBang is a McChicken Sandwich smushed inside of a double cheeseburger. Kudos to whoever masteminded this.
More Raaaaaaaaaaaaaandy. Possibly the best and most successful marketing/buzz creator for a movie…ever
Not much more to say here except, it’s what you would expect… or is this a party in LA? Via
The NY Times summed up the Death and Life of Dash Snow for their Saturday edition, the ending was kind of weird.
“By the end of the viewing, there were dozens of mourners milling on the street — friends, admirers, pillars of a certain downtown scene. There were stories, reminiscences, tears, then everyone went to eat at Lucien, a French bistro on First Street and First Avenue.
Mr. Snow’s body, meanwhile, was taken to New Jersey and cremated.”
We really enjoyed and much preferred Glen O’Brien’s A Eulogy for Dash Snow, which can be read here
It must feel great for Spike Jonze to hear such praise from Maurice Sendak