Archive for 2011

Usually toothpaste gives you that minty fresh feeling, but for those who rather have their teeth sweetened (which defeats the purpose but hey, to each their own), you can get that just-finished-eating-a-mouthful-of-cake-feeling with Cupcake Toothpaste. A novelty item that goes hand in hand with the current cupcake eating phase. You can also go in the [...]

Matthew Weinstein’s Piggy Bank sculpture is bronze casted and hand painted and is based on Pigs from animated piece, ‘The Childhood of Bertolt Brecht.’ It was first shown at Nolan Judin Gallery, Berlin, Germany, June 2010. A humorous charactature of a childhood money saving fixture. View more sculpture works on Matthew Weinstein’s website.

The New York Photo Festival, for its third juried photo invitational exhibition, is accepting submissions of photographic work that shatter definitions of the passively accepted, and open the door to social change. These photographers’ actions generate questions that have the potential to propel a society to experimentation and to embark on new projects that could [...]

For advanced collectors focusing on early Walt Disney material, here is one of the most important Mickey Mouse items you could ever hope to acquire, Mickey Mouse The Band Concert Production Cel Animation Art (Walt Disney, 1935). A cel, short for celluloid, is a transparent sheet on which objects are drawn or painted for traditional, hand-drawn animation. The Band [...]

The Hole and ALIFE  present ART MACHINE, a special project at the gallery February 10 – 22nd, 2011. In this show, The Hole presents a huge artist vending machine filled with special products and artworks from $5 and up, all the way to the thousands. From special personal artist memorabilia (“artist’s panties”) to customized products [...]

You’ve been living under a rock if you haven’t heard of the most addicting game to ever to hit a mobile device called Angry Birds. Now the folks over at Funny or Die have a pretty ingenious video of Real Life Angry Birds. Fans of the app will appreciate this. –

A sample of 12 logos which uses a cluster of shapes to form a design.

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