Ol’ Dirty Bastard, Brooklyn Zoo, 1995
Winnie Won Tsuen Yiu is a Vancouver artist who creates illustrative work that is both beautiful and grotesque. See more of all of that here, and if you like it you can buy this 10″ x 10″ gouache on wood (above) here.
I do not know what’s better? The wild turkey’s attacking the neighborhood, or the screams at the end of the clip from the mother and child? It’s like a M-Night flick
No your browser is not f’d up. We notice from time to time similarites in posts. This one was a little creepy, but so far apart and not planned. We have a library of Adriana images that we pick from, but our picture of the day is of the moment. I looked at the site today, and I was a little creeped out by this one…. Scroll down and look for yourself.
Skeletor is wearing Cheap Monday and YSL, while He-Man sports Dior Homme.
The Super Scooby
“four beefburgers, eight rashers of bacon, eight slices of cheese, 12 onion rings and three types of relish”
Yohei Takahashi: Wolf pen and ink on wood.
I found this at the Compound Gallery, out of Portland. A really nice piece for $400.00
Carl Sagan mixed with the Autotune. Guest appearance from Stephen Hawkins, source footage from the Cosmos.
The Pope shared the podium with an eight-legged friend over the weekend. We’re unsure if this has anything to do with signs of the oncoming apocalypse but, we’ll let you know if it does. 2012 you wild card, you always keep it interesting. Video evidence after the jump.
There must be a wonderful view with binoculars looking East, from the UN towards Queens. On the River side of Deitch Studios, Blu has painted a gigantic yellow mural of endless machinery. Deitch could be seen as a factory of sorts, no doubt.
Also, a nice wall and either a plush or sandy carpet.
This Saturday. Be there
But they do look awesome. Did I ever write that post about how all french girls should wear those Wonder Woman Reeboks? Cause that fly Frenchie above is.
Buy the big pillows from The Dirty Cream $421.59
We are pleased to present our 19th installment of Sound Advice featuring Matt Haley. Matt is a Portland-based comic-book artist who loves old Japanese kid’s shows, single-malt Scotch, and The Metal.
Sound Advice 19
01. Without Warning by Dokken
02. Back For More by Ratt
03. Voyager by Alan Parsons Project
04. Crazy by Seal
05. El Phantasmo And The Chicken -Run Blast-O-Rama (Wine, Women And Song Mix) by White Zombie
06. Elysian Fields by Megadeth
07. Modus Operandi by Photek
08. Sea Of Madness by Iron Maiden
09. The Legacy by Testament
10. Mayday by Tomahawk
11. Short And Sweet by David Gilmour
12. A Secret Silken World by David Baerwald
13. Wild Talk by D.A.D.
14. The Suspicious Shaman by Cypher 7
15. Marakesh by Peter Kruder
16. Take Hold Of The Flame by Queensryche
17. Is It Now by Seefeel
18. Flight To Nowhere by Tesla
19. Insecure by Sevendust
20. If I Were A Killer by Galactic Cowboys
21. Slow Thrills by Bowery Electric
22. Last In Line by Dio
23. Core (Ver. 1.2.0) by Vertex
I have always been a fan of KMFDM, German industrial at its finest. Tonight, they are playing NYC at The Gramercy Theatre at 9pm. We thought we should take a look at the real amazing work of Aiden Huges, who has worked with KMFDM creating a visual voice for their music.
Check out the video for ” A Drug Against War” after the jump illustrated by Aiden for KMFDM.
Just stumbled on this gem. “The Instant Art Critique Phrase Generator” is very simple, and rudimentarily executed but, sometimes that’s all you need. Type in a 5 digit number (which has nothing more to do than select the phrases to string together), click the button and BAM, you sound smart…or full of it. It’s fun try it out.