After the jump a little video footage of the band from Leeds
Channel Live, Mad Izm, 1994
The guys over at I Love Graffiti have produced another episode of 5 Minutes, this one featuring the UFS Crew from Russia.
Shift Magazine from Japan has a competition for you.
Here is the brief…
“Submission starts on July 15th. The deadline is September 10th, 2009
Shift has been trying to offer artists many platforms to showcase their works online. The Shift calendar competition held from 2003 successively, pushes the boundaries between online and off line using a “calendar” as its medium. Entries are invited from all over the world and selected works will be distributed throughout the world in the format of a physical calendar.
The deadline for this competition is on September 10th, 2009. Please send us your original work.”
So, you have 9 days to submit your work.
Detroit in its modern state of decay is so intruiging. It reminds me of those weird towns in Atlas Shrugged, where all that remains is mayhem. And for Detroit, all that remains are the Lions, Tigers, and Red Wings.
“Collage art food magazine, Food + Sex, is a combined effort of artists, writers, farmers and foodmakers exploring how desire shapes the food environment. By weaving erotic, shocking and thoughtful layers of beauty, wildness and the human spirit, we peer into the fire of hope and fear to find the hidden, seek the cosmic and reflect on the elemental connectedness in life that opens us to new ways of being. Included in its pages are a visual patchwork of uncommon art, essays and excerpts by thinkers, makers and doers from the food underground and beyond.”
Very cool Nixon headphones. They come in black, red, and white for only $40.00. I am feeling the red pair (above).
What a strange collectible those were.
Narrated by that kid and that girl.
A house made of Lego in a vineyard. Something that I would have never thought of. I want to have sex in it.
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This 24″ x 36″ beauty is releasing at a random time today (9/1). No rush though, it’s signed and in an open edition. Only $35