Long Live the Polaroid Kidd
We first caught a glimpse of this video at Wooster’s Christmas Party, but left it behind until now. INSIDE OUTSIDE is a two hour documentary about”Vandalism, Art, and Vandalism as Art” and it follows some of our favorites: Zevs, Swoon, KR, Ron English, Earsnot, Os Gemeos, Pigmeus, Adams and Itso.
Buy a copy here for only $14.99 and check the other trailer out after the jump.
Our friend Matt Clark has a new show titled Remnants opening up tonight at the Bodega Art Space. Stop by and say what’s up.
This is a new Yeah Yeah Yeah’s track “Zero”. I am liking it, I hope it’s on the soundtrack for Bret Easton Ellis’ new movie The Informers. I could not think of a better movie to associate it with.
The Roots, The Next Movement, 1999
Opening tonight and running through March 28th is a show of new paintings by Lisa Yuskavage at David Zwirner in New York City.
“David Zwirner is pleased to present an exhibition of new paintings by Lisa Yuskavage. This is the New York artist’s second solo show at the gallery. In October-November 2006, she had concurrent shows at David Zwirner and Zwirner & Wirth, which featured oil paintings, watercolors, and drawings, and was accompanied by a fully illustrated catalogue.”
Contact us via the contact button up top by Friday afternoon EST for more information.
No, the site is not broken. We are experimenting with some audio players and testing out Imeem. It is a free site that lets you create playlists of music you have, upload, and search for to add to your list. It would be nice to change the colors, but it’s a start. Take a listen, the player sits below the fold. You can also launch a popup and play it all day. We hope to be bringing you new tracks as we find them.
BoingBoing tips us off to this great event in New York on February 26th
Lawrence Lessig + Shepard Fairey + Steven Johnson: Remix
What is the future for art and ideas in an age when practically anything can be copied, pasted, downloaded, sampled, and re-imagined?
LIVE from the NYPL and WIRED Magazine kick off the Spring 2009 season with a spirited discussion of the emerging remix culture. Our guides through this new world—who will take us from Jefferson’s Bible to André the Giant to Wikipedia—will be Lawrence Lessig, author of Remix, founder of Creative Commons, and one of the leading legal scholars on intellectual property issues in the Internet age; acclaimed street artist Shepard Fairey, whose iconic Obama “HOPE” poster was recently acquired by the National Portrait Gallery; and cultural historian Steven Johnson, whose new book, The Invention of Air, argues that remix culture has deep roots in the Enlightenment and among the American founding fathers.
There’s more than just one coincidence in this episode.
More Kate Moss for David Yurman
Well, this opens it up entirely.
Perfectly sized billboards have begun to appear in Boston, wonder what the story behind these is? More after the jump.
With the baseball season beginning again, here is a little nostalgia in t-shirt form by Andrew Jeffrey Wright and Thom Lessner for the two Fall Classics.
Nas, One Love. 1994