Available today (9/15) at a random time is Shepard Fairey’s latest print, Global Warning. There’s a lot going on here.
So far 128 people on Facebook like that Patrick Swayze has died
“wonderful work. flexible range of styles. turing ugly into beautiful being one of my favorites.”
Picture of the day this week will be guest curated by Photographer Gregg Greenwood. Gregg is a New York City based photographer and designer and all around cool guy. We reached out to Gregg to kick of this new feature on TWBE. We admire his work and thought it would interesting to see what inspires him. Enjoy this weeks selection and make sure to check out his work.
I don’t recommend following me unless you’re a psychiatrist and want to do a study but, I’m on this twitter shit now.
This is a old video but I think the edit and the music is pretty awesome, also check out the sick trick 1:14 in.
The Photo Museum in Zurich, recently opened, Darkside 2, a collection of photographic work exploring the intimate relationship between photography and death. The exhibition will include works by Antoine d’Agata, Christian Boltanski, Sophie Calle, Hans Danuser, Maria Friberg, Nan Goldin, F. Holland Day, Peter Hujar, Miyako Ishiuchi, Sally Mann, Enrique Metinides, Shirin Neshat, Gilles Peress, Walid Raad, Sophie Ristelhueber, Andres Serrano, Fazal Sheikh, Cindy Sherman, W. Eugene Smith, Weegee and Francesca Woodman.
Photo Museum Winterthur
Grüzenstrasse 44 + 45 Grüzenstrasse 44 + 45
CH-8400 Winterthur (Zürich) CH-8400 Winterthur (Zurich)
05/09/2009 – 15/11/2009
Kollaborateure, Samaria, West Bank,
Large Professor, I juswannachill, 1996
*On the day it was buffed, he came right back to the studio, took 100 of his LA River posters, and made some embellishments.
*They signed, numbered, and dated the day the River was buffed.
Everyone in Glasgow, make sure to head out to Recoat to catch Lyken Love & Elpho this Friday (18th) 7 to 10pm. for Haunted Graffiti. New Work by Elph One & Lyken Love. Lyken & Elph are taking over Recoat and covering the walls and windows with discarded architectural drawings and blueprints, that will act as a canvas for a mural and a backdrop to a series of paintings, drawings, prints. It sounds like its a perfect reason to make a trip to Glasgow.
You can read an interview with Lyken Love on Canned Goods here
Opening as part of the Armory Center For Arts Installations Inside/Out 20th Anniversary Exhibition, Barry McGee has created an off-site installation in the city of Pasadena.
Barry McGee, untitled
2 E. Holly Street, Pasadena
Installation: September 19 – December 31, 2009
Space is open to the public Saturdays and Sundays noon – 5 p.m.
Given his sources in street art, Barry McGee’s temporary work for the exhibition is unusual compared to the normal site of an outdoor painting. The artist chose an unused storefront near the Armory. McGee’s work, covering almost all the walls of the store, is made up of a large number of his complex geometric paintings on thin pieces of wood on which he has done additional painting.