Archive for July, 2011

Graphic T’s have become a fashion staple which comes in many forms. But when was the last time you saw amazingly talented and revered Latina woman immortalized on a t-shirt?  It’s quite rare, if at all. The Seven Latin Divas collection brings a refreshing change to that and in the process highlights some truly amazing [...]

Opening July 29, 2011 are two shows running in conjunction with one another at the Copro Gallery in Santa Monica, CA. One titled  ‘Genesis to Revelation’ which features the following artists: Chris Mars, Luke Chueh, Billy Norrby, Christian VanMinen, Naoto Hattori, Tin, Leslie Ditto, Keith Weesner, Jeff Christensen, Charles Manson, Anthony Ausgang, Erik Alos, The [...]

The final section of the rare, thirty-five-centuries-old Egyptian Book of the Dead of the Goldworker of Amun, Sobekmose will go on long-term view on September 28, 2011 at the Brooklyn Museum of Art. The Book of the Dead is a present-day name for ancient Egyptian texts containing a number of magic spells intended to assist the [...]

Born in Kattowitz, Poland, Roman Klonek’s inspiration draws from his love of old fashioned cartoons, especially East European Styles. In the 1990s he studied Graphic Arts in Duesseldorf and discovered his passion for woodcut printing. For the past 10 years Klonek has designed posters using wide range of whimsical creatures, who are mostly half animal/half [...]

Recycled skateboard furniture, created from broken skateboards harvested from skateshops and skateparks across the U.S.A. The deckstool recycles the waste of unwanted skateboards into a unique, high quality piece of furniture. Replete with scrapes and scars from hours of fun from previous ownership, allow the creation of beautiful patterns over the original skateboard artwork. Every deckstool [...]

Artist Jon Burgerman sets up shop and paints live in Vegas. He has a tendency to mix the paint right on the canvas itself. Watch him in action… Visit Jon Burgerman’s website to see more of his artwork.

From Bold Creative Studio comes this wonderful tilt-shift video titled ’The Village’. Don’t know what tilt-shift is? It’s the use of camera movements on small- and medium-format cameras which simulate a miniature scene. Check it out…

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