Shepard Fairey’s 20 year ICA Retro Series fine art print Set


These large format fine art prints are banging!  Available first as a set, then later as individuals.

“This large format print series was created to commemorate the 20 year anniversary of OBEY.  The series was first released in Feb but only to a selected few for the opening of Shepard’s 20 year Retrospective at the ICA Boston.  Shepard chose to revisit these images, from the 98 – 2000 era, due to their popularity but adding a more refined look to them with the replace of the OBEY Orange for a Metallic Gold.  This fine art print series will go sale on 4/2/09 at noon.  The series will initially go on sale only as a set with a few individual prints sold separately later in the day.”

Edition of 75
Signed and Numbered
29″ x 41″ each

$2000 as a set
as individuals

more here

Reminisce Over This

Smoothe Da Hustla, Hustlin’, 1996

YUDU. Thoughts?


Has anybody used one of these?  We are putting out some TWBE gear for the warm weather and I’m trying to sort out if we should go the traditional screenprint way or get 21st century…

More info here

The Hover Scooter

This would be fun on a golf course.

Mark Ryden’s new toy looked a lot cooler when I thought it was this big size


Seriously, as a large, vinyl sculpture it would have been dope.  Scale it down to apartment living material, meh.

more at Hi-Fructose

via, AM

Trim the bush

(Thanks Tim!)

Gisele Bundchen is Easy on the eyes


I can almost guarantee that this will be one of the easier slideshows to click through

Lunchtime Laughter

(Thanks Lord Steak!)

art movements


A timeline of modern & contemporary art artists by movement, school, style, period, theme & art prize…
Looking for the history in artist movements and who the players were? Here’s a site that has broken it down for you. Take a look, it’s pretty detailed.

Margaret Kilgallen in the Juxtapoz Archive


To put it modestly, Margaret Kilgallen’s influence in art has been far reaching. In the most recent scanned issue from Juxtapoz’s archive there is a great profile of her as well as the added bonus of artists Walton Ford, Winston Smith, and the Clayton Brothers.

Read more here

it’s all in the paper


Papier (= paper), is designed by Stefan Diez for Saskia Diez. The bags are made out of a material named Tyvek, which is a synthetic paper made from PE that is extremely tearproof, lightweight, waterproof and recyclable. Really nice looking after some wear and tear.


Lost Tribes of New York City

This video takes the prize for Totally Awesome.

Created by Urban Anthropologists Andy & Carolyn London, the film uses a blend of stop-motion and audio footage to bring to life inanimate objects that we pass by everyday.

Shepard Fairey Tuesday: Defend Equality Merch


Help raise awareness for the fight to overturn prop. 8 by visiting the F.A.I.R. Love Unites store and purchasing one of the many items available.  It could be a dog t-shirt, some greeting cards, a mouse pad, maybe even a sweatshirt or t-shirt.  Whatever it may be…

“The money raised at this store goes directly back into the fight for marriage equality. When you buy a Shepard Fairey shirt from our store you’re not just showing your support for marriage equality, you’re catapulting our movement forward and getting us one step closer to reclaiming our fundamental civil rights.”


Picture of the Day


Marlene Marino

Why the F*** do you have a kid?


The photo above is like a step-by-step to teenage pregnancy.

The website Why The Fuck Do You Have A Kid? is a hilarious, visual argument for contraceptives.

via, gorillamask

Reminisce Over This

Lord Finesse, Strictly for the Ladies, 1990

Hymen Lipman


Inventor of the pencil eraser.

Best Name I have heard today.

more at BoingBoing

Jimmy Fallon’s petition to re-unite the cast of Saved by The Bell is a worthy one

Saved By The Bell was the show of my childhood. And that Kelly Kapowski / Lisa Turtle fascination I had? It continues to this day.

sign the petition over here

Mag Cloud


MagCloud is in essence a DIY magazine service, taking the photocopied zine and turning it glossy. It will be interesting to see how it develops.

NY Times gives a little insight

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