California-based Eric Beltz has a new drawing in the group show Sister Cities at Merry Karnowsky Berlin. Under My Wings All Things Will Prosper is another sick piece of pencil work, so we had to give it the animated treatment.
Up and Down, Up and Down, Up and Down
I’m just trying to imagine how this would taste. Yes, I’ve already thought ‘delicious’. The McGangBang is a McChicken Sandwich smushed inside of a double cheeseburger. Kudos to whoever masteminded this.
More Raaaaaaaaaaaaaandy. Possibly the best and most successful marketing/buzz creator for a movie…ever
Not much more to say here except, it’s what you would expect… or is this a party in LA? Via
The NY Times summed up the Death and Life of Dash Snow for their Saturday edition, the ending was kind of weird.
“By the end of the viewing, there were dozens of mourners milling on the street — friends, admirers, pillars of a certain downtown scene. There were stories, reminiscences, tears, then everyone went to eat at Lucien, a French bistro on First Street and First Avenue.
Mr. Snow’s body, meanwhile, was taken to New Jersey and cremated.”
We really enjoyed and much preferred Glen O’Brien’s A Eulogy for Dash Snow, which can be read here
It must feel great for Spike Jonze to hear such praise from Maurice Sendak
Princess Leia holding a baby R2D2. The limited edition screen print is available now at benjaminescobar.com
Pick it up for $25.00
Adriana Lima from the defunct Arena Magazine.
and of course
Looking for something to do today, how about a pig roast in Brooklyn.
3rd Ward’s 2nd Annual Pig Roast & Dance Party featuring Pig Roasting Extraordinaire Tom Mylan!
Sunday, July 26th, 4 to 9 p, FREE admission, FREE Colt 45 from 4 to 5 p
“Put your diets on hold and tear off your skinny jeans, it’s time to Pig Out at 3rd Ward!”
Featuring live music from Stumblebum Brass Band, Shilpa Ray & Her Happy Hookers, In Cadeo and DJ Tanner all afternoon long.
Plus bring your own t-shirts for $1 pig inspired screen-printing and bring your sweetest smile for a carnival style photobooth.
More Info www.3rdward.com/events
195 Morgan Avenue
Brooklyn New York 11237
We are pleased to present our tenth installment of Sound Advice featuring Miss Rosen. Miss Rosen is a New York-based whirlwind, who has just launched her own media company, repping downtown legends Ricky Powell, Maripol, and Patti Astor, as well as publishing masterminds Melcher Media.
Sound Advice 10 – Miss Rosen
01 You Make Me Feel So Young – Frank Sinatra
02 Fever – Peggy Lee
03 My Funny Valentine – Chet Baker
04 Take Five – Dave Brubeck Quartet
05 The Girl From Ipanema – Stan Getz & Joao Gilberto
06 My One and Only Love – John Coltrane & Johnny Hartman
07 The Look of Love – Diana Krall
08 Don’t Get Around Much Anymore – Duke Ellington
09 One for My Baby (And One More for the Road) – Frank Sinatra
10 Breezin’ – George Benson
11 I’ve Got My Love to Keep Me Warm – Billie Holiday
12 Goodbye Pork Pie Hat – Charles Mingus
13 Big Spender – Peggy Lee
14 Let’s Get Lost – Chet Baker
15 Stormy Weather (From “Cotton Club Parade”) – Lena Horne
16 Fly me To the Moon – Frank Sinatra
17 Just The Two of Us – Grover washington Jr. & Bill Withers
18 When You’re Smiling – Billie Holiday, Teddy Wilson & His Orchestra
19 Is You Is or Is You Ain’t My Baby – Dinah Washington
20 Satin Doll – Duke Ellington
21 Impressions (Live) – John Coltrane
22 Makin’ Whoopee! – Frank Sinatra
23 Turn Your Love Around – George Benson
24 Besame Mucho – Diana Krall
25 God Bless The Child – Billie Holiday
We’ve got a bunch of peeps in this show, so if you’re in Germany before October 3rd check it out.
Common Sense, Take It Easy, 1992
There is something beautiful about this image. The tone, exposure, suggestion…it’s really a great shot. See more of Polina Viljun’s work here