ToyQube, has the 1st artist series of Kanser, Lotus Kanser by Andrew Bell.
These twistedly mystic designs fuse Andrew’s gift for conjuring sick and twisted beasties with his recent focus on eastern culture. Soon to be available in Grey and Black editions, these two figures are the first releases in the Artist Series of Keith Poon’s Kanser figure.
The Grey Lotus Kanser, limited to a run of 200 numbered pieces, it stands 6″ tall.
The place to be tonight is at the Seventh Regiment Armory where invitees will view “Greeting Card,” a performance piece / action painting homage to Jackson Pollack, conceived by the artist Aaron Young. In Brief the NYTimes reports that “10 motorcycle stunt riders wearing sunglasses will ride for seven minutes on 288 panels of painted plywood covering the drill hall floor as 500 invited guests, including members of Hells Angels, watch from the bleachers above.”
So speculations can be put to rest, now that those new street paintings have been confirmed as legitimate Banksy‘s by the man himself. On top of the outdoor update, there is some new stuff in the shop as well as the drawing section. Enjoy! via, juxtapoz
This has to be the best bottle design ever. Created for Wild Bunch Co.. If the 100% organic juice tastes as good as the bottle looks then it’s a win win. Did I mention the bottles cost around $10.00 with a minimum of a $400.00 order.
I have been living in NYC for 10+ years and this was my first time to the Hog Pit. I try to avoid the meat packing district these days. (Does anyone remember The Cooler?) Anyway, the staff at twbe, was out on the town last night wreaking havoc and some are possibly still going at it right now. All you need for a good time is a stack of stickers and a few sharpies. Oh, and maybe a lot of drinking! Twbe, would like to introduce our new photo viewer(beta). Enjoy. click here
For their October issue, Wallpaper* magazine has employed three guest editors. Jeff Koons, Hedi Slimane, and Dieter Rams each dedicate a section of their own to the mag which will come in three different covers. On newsstands today. via creative review
Map of strange uses google maps and tags crazy strange interesting things to look at, such as crop circles, strange angles of buildings, weird writing on top of buildings, mysterious platforms at see, and this a landing strip on top of a building here in NYC.
Have you ever wanted to have a Japenese porn star close to your heart? I have, and now you can too by wearing this t-shirt designed by Yasumasa Yonehara featuring the always gorgeous and ready Yuma Asami. Buy one here.
The new issue of the journal is now out on magazine racks. Issue 20 has some pretty nice features, the highlight being a spread curated by Kathy Grayson titled “salon” which features works by Barry McGee, Aurel Schmidt, Taylor McKimens, Matt Leines, Andrew Jeffrey Wright and more. At only $10 it is an easy sell. If you subscribe, each issue comes with a Limited Edition print, this issues print being by the father of modern skateboarding, Mark Gonzales
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