Archive for July, 2011

Starting off as a humble cruiser, The Epitaph has become this gorgeously crafted specimen of a bicycle. Each Epitaph cycle features a custom crafted wheel set, mounted 4 low profile tires, laser engraved Roman Numerals on the seat which identify the build number, and custom made seat, grips & frame inserts, fashioned with aged leather. Built to order the [...]

Baby Tattoo is unveiling three stunning art books at Comic-Con this year. The Art of Sketch Theatre Volume 1 by $40 Standard Cover (or $50 Baby Tattoo / Comic-Con Exclusive Cover) An inspiring collection of sketches, finished work and insightful profiles by over 50 professional artists who have participated in the ongoing project. You may obtain [...]

Would you join the United States Marine Corp. based off this advertisement? While the typography treatment of ’Fear Pain and Doubt’ is imaginative and well done in this Recruit Training Poster, the grimacing Marine-in-training struggling to conquer this angst ridden pile of dirt, with a drill sergeant (à la Gunnery Sergeant Hartman) yelling from behind [...]

The solo exhibition by Chitra Ganesh titled ‘The Strangling Power of Dust and Stars’ currently on show at Nature Morte in Berlin, features a large-scale multimedia installation created on-site, with new drawings, works on canvas and digital collages. Tightrope

Creating a picture of humanity by recording a 24-hour period throughout every country in the world, One Day On Earth, directed by Kyle Ruddick, explores a greater diversity of perspectives than ever seen before on screen. Following characters and events that evolve throughout the day, interspersed with expansive global montages that explore the progression of life [...]

If you don’t understand the lyrics to Les Mains Ensorcelées (The Bewitched Hands) animated music video ‘Sur le Quai’ (which translates to On the Platform), it’s quite alright. You’ll be mesmerized by the kaleidoscope of extraordinary colors. Check it out…

Guerra de la Paz, the Miami-based Cuban artistic team of Alain Guerra, and Neraldo de la Paz, have their first Swiss exhibition titled Bonsai Couture currently running at Kashya Hildebrand in Zurich. Red Pom Pom Bonsai Since 1996, the two, have collaborated , originally sourcing the clothing, fabric andmaterials for their sculptures from second-hand goods [...]

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