The Tenga Egg Masturbator. Looks like too much work.
Wednesday’s Muse. Bond lovely is plain lovely.
Dondi, Zephyr, and J. Walter Negro in an Anna Wintour fashion spread from from New York Magazine circa 1982.
Directed by Eric Wareheim of Tim & Eric. Seriously amazing
This print looks super-tight.
“‘Label Me’ is a limited edition giclee print on paper, hand signed and numbered by Simkins in an edition of 50. The print measures 24 x 18 inches and is being offered for $150″
If you loved the messing with Sasquatch commericals, you will love creating your own Sasquatch movie using the latest inovation artoolkit. Check it out and then have a look at the library of movies. The only downside you cannot embed examples…
“This is a set of five prints representing the five main rail artists interviewed in my film, “Who is Bozo Texino?” The images include drawings by Herby, The Rambler, Bozo Texino, Coaltrain, and a portrait of Colossus of Roads. I’m printing these full-bleed on fiber-based b/w photo paper, they are archivally processed (boxcars fade but the photos don’t), signed and numbered, and come in a silk screened envelope.”
Run-D.M.C., It’s Like That, 1983
Nike’s latest vintage lines have sparked my interest. The Tennis Classic are 95 Euros, and available at Star Cow.
Finally, the sex scene we’ve been waiting for.
Damn. All you need to do is record the sound of a waterfall, get some speakers and an iPod installed in the back, and boom! Asleep and napping in an instant. Designed by Gaetano Pesce
via, beautiful decay
Death Metal Puppy. vicious
Some of the simplest ideas are awesome. Created by Fred Studio Designed by Ignacio Pilotto, and Jason Amendolara,
Searched the term ‘pharmacy’ today. Respect
None of this really makes sense to me but, here is Beautiful Losers on DVD. It will release to the UK August 24th, and features a cover that in no way reflects the styling in the film. Whatever, you should buy it and watch it because it is totally inspirational and will make you want to go out and do something.
Roberta Smith gives an excellent review of Os Gêmeos‘ new public art installation in New York.
“For 20 years, a subculture has emerged under society’s radar. Favela On Blast tells the stories of sex, love, poverty and pride for Rio’s marginalized people. They have their own language, style and heros. It’s a music that’s fast, heavy and violent like the city itself. This film is a flash of a few lives of charismatic people that relate to the funk music and a retelling of the subculture itself.”