We got word that SF-based Reyes was finishing up a nice piece that will be installed in the Louis Vuitton store in San Francisco. Finally, LV came to their senses and employed some talent to finish off this project. That is one great looking ‘S’. Trolling through his website, I also noticed a really sick print as well, which you can see after the jump.
Living Proof proposes the question to Natalia Fabia in her interview in the current issue #3. You will also find Ron English, Kevin Lyons, Ellen Stagg, Stash, Craig Wetherby, House Industries, Cope2, Mars-1, Curtis Kulig, Option-G, and SP.One (Greg Lamarche), just to name a few contemporary artist making names for themselves. The Magazine itself is a 5×7 collectable piece, check out the site and get a copy for yourself.
These magnetic dumbells are positioned as both a sculpture and fitness mechanism. Designed by Henriette Melchiorsen, the dumbells “enhance the effectiveness of a great many fitness exercises for strengthening and toning the upper body and arms without over-dimensioning the muscles.” Over-dimensioning? Does that mean developing?
What more can you ask for? Momofuku Bakery & Milk Bar is located on second ave and 13th here in NYC. A small little restaurant with a secret treat. Well, not really a secret, there is cereal flavored ice cream with toppings like…
I am not even going to mention all of the pies and other treats they have to offer. Check out the menu.
Khoda is a five minute video that took two years to complete and is comprised of 6,000 individual paintings shown at a rate of 20 per second. It was made by Reza Dolatabadi as his graduate film in college.
CBS Sunday Morning aired a great piece on Shepard Fairey yesterday. As exciting as it was, this opening graphic was an immediate showstopper. It’s like they just wanted to remind you that, yes, you are still watching CBS Sunday morning. See the video in its entirety after the jump.
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