Factory Fresh Presents Part Two of the Brooklyn Bailout Burlesque
Live Music Special
Friday, August 21st, 8-11pm
The Starn Studio sent us a heads up about their special cover for T magazine. Doug and Mike Starn along with Gheary, Koons, Jenny Holtzer, and Francesco Vezzoli created special anniversary covers for The New York Times T Magazine. Here they are.
Opening last night at Chair and the Maiden Gallery was Zach Hyman’s Decent Exposures. A New York City photographer, he shoots nude models in public places around the city. The show features 14 of his favorite images. If you’re in town, stop by for a look.
The Onion suggests you go back to the stone age. It was a better time and a better way of life, when things were easy.
Truck Spills is a great website. Here some of our favorites.
Kiss will play the Legendary arena Cobo Hall one last time for Kiss Alive 35. If you’re a Kiss fan, or were a Kiss fan, you know this is the spot where they recorded Kiss Alive. Probably one of the best live stadium rock albums ever! Tickets go on sale August 21. For more info go here.
It looks like the Clone Wars second season will look a lot better than the movie and season 1. (Boba Fett)
This crazy ass application lets you measure the distance of objects via a sonar device on the iPhone. This actually works, unlike the handy bug repellent applications out there. (itunes)
Now, this is one of those pop-up things that we can advocate. The Pop-up Skate bowl. Quicksilver got together with Autumn and Openhouse Gallery to put this on from August 22nd to the 31st. I’m sure there’ll be nightly events too. Stop by at 201 Mulberry Street in Manhattan.
Company Flow, End to End Burners, 1998
Have look at the website for more information. Also, take a look at the online auction as there are some really sweet one-of-a-kind decks in there.
Many of life’s lesson to be learned from a little cat massage
Available at a random point in time today. This is like printing money for a charity, as all proceeds from this print will go to Rush Arts.
$50, Signed and Numbered Edition of 450
“I chose to illustrate this image of two girls knitting (in a Rush Arts 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.”
Not normally one for cupcakes but, you could win your way into a chubby girls heart with these. The texture of the cupcakes got me thinking randomly, has anyone ever seen a cupcake with painkillers on it? Or even chewable vitamins? I think they’d be huge internet hit. Anyway, here’s the recipe for the chubby cupcakes.