E.S.P., Valoompadoom Pink, 1992
For his 100k photo essay for Vice Magazine’s 2009 Photo Issue, Keiichi Nitta photographed himself in self portraits as Marilyn Monroe, Bruce Lee, Charlie Chaplin, and Michael Jackson. We’re pretty sure that three of those figures were dead before the magazine went to print.
On a random tip, he has a book signing tomorrow at ANYTHING on Hester Street
Maybe this will signal the beginning of the end towards the usage of the term ‘Urban Art’? The theme auctions they are setting up sound pretty cool though.
Now try to get it out of your head.
If you’re still looking for that right Michael Jackson shirt, Alex Aranovich has got you covered in four different colorways.
Just saw this print thought I would share. $50.00
Ash & MK – Limited Edition
Limited edition giclee print of my original artwork. Printed with UltraChrome 8-color archival pigment inks on heavyweight Velvet acid-free cotton rag.
Signed and numbered.
Dry humping at Blur
via, Peggy Wang
Check it out bigger here.
Here is a news clip about a couple who got robbed for their fried chicken. Eat Some
I geeked out when I saw this preview pic of the New Balance Spring/Summer 2010 1300′s. The Classic 1300 have been on and off my feet for over a decade, so this update is welcome. That gray pair in the back of the shot looks slick as hell. Hopefully New Balance won’t phase out the classic colorway (below) though…
As if enough bad things haven’t happened to Mexico recently.
Beastie Boys, Sure Shot, 1994