Go say what’s up and cop a seriagraph at Barracuda this Saturday night. Los Angeles
If you haven’t watched any of the Cinemash’s yet, do yourself a favor and do it now, at work if you must. Cinemash is celebrities mashing up scenes from their favorite movies. For instance, I just got done watching Cheech and Chong get their Tron on. Another great one is some dudes from RENO 911! and Human Giant taking on Point Break. Find out more here, and see the upcoming schedule after the jump.
Gene P reporting from Berlin where they’ve conspired to use one problem as another’s solution: the glut of unemployed “artists” and an apparent toilet paper shortage. Luckily a rather nice shirtless gentleman with a rainbow tattoo I met in the bathrooms at Berghain introduced me to a magical combination of poppers, jagermeister and ketamin and I haven’t had to shit for a week.
411 issue 10
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It is always great when Time does something like this.
This show opens tonight at Collective Hardware in NYC.
“In his highly anticipated debut solo show exhibition, Ellis Gallagher continues his quest in deobjectifying the common street icon and manifests it into the surreal. His sidewalk chalk drawings of the city’s overlooked objects- mailboxes, garbage cans, street signs, bicycles, etc.- have become a trademark in street art culture worldwide. ‘Ocular Echoism: The Autonomy of Ellis Gallagher’ is collectively the artist’s most ambitious body of work to date and includes limited edition screen prints, original photographs, skate decks, fire tags, and an indoor New York City street scene instillation, garbage included.”
You can watch video of Bklyn Organic Still Life where Ellis G. outlines every single plant on a street in downtown Brooklyn after the jump
One of the weirder things we’ve seen in a while.
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Creative Review has an interview with South Manchester artist Helen Musselwhite, who creates amazing work using paper as the medium.
Kool Moe Dee, Death Blow, 1991
Check out the Alice in Wonderland Trailer by Tim Burton, the cool thing is they are making a 3D version via IMAX. Check out Chrispin Glover as the Knave of Hearts.
Photographed by Donald Weber The Print is available for purchase at 20×200
“What was daily life actually like, in a post-nuclear world?”…. The full story after the jump.
Everyday we have new followers of our twitter feed. No, Hugh is not following us but, we always try to check out everyone who does. This morning I was looking at a follower, we will call her Hollywood, and then looking at who she follows….next thing I know, down the rabbit hole I go…..six degrees of twitter. Ok, what does this mean? I wasted a lot of time clicking around and started asking myself is Hef really twittering? Did he really watch the last episode of season one of True Blood? If you’re looking to kill yourself and time, here is a list of celebrity twitter pages.
Yep, Milk Chocolate made from Camel’s milk. We’d be down to try some and may have the opportunity soon as the maker, Al Nassma, has announced plans to expand into the European and US Marketplace. Soon enough we’ll all know the symbol of ‘discerned taste of the Arabian World.’
Tell you what, who knows about comfortability, but these shoes are nice looking and the $50 price tag is great.
And You Will Know Us By The Trail of Our Dead will be playing the famed and cleaned up Williamsburg Waterfront this weekend, July 26th for free! For more info and schedule of show check it out here.