George Condo’s third solo exhibit, representing the past ten years, he has created a whole new group of paintings inspired by by characters from cartoons, 50s and 60s, whereby he mixes cartoons with abstraction.

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3D Printing is not a new idea…the basic concept of 3D printing first patent was filed by one Wyn Kelly Swainson in 1971. His idea involved inserting a tray into a vat of liquid plastic and directing a laser into it. The laser would fuse a solid line of plastic onto the tray and, in dropping the tray down, another layer could be added on top.

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Ben Conrad, Creative Director at Logan in L.A., is responsible for the much talked about opening title sequence for the movie Zombieland.

One of the coolest opening title sequences for a movie since Casino Royale, Zombieland blends the rushing energy of Metallica’s ‘For Whom The Bell Tolls’ and slow motion zombie splattering to produce the perfectly balanced opening to a fantastic movie.

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Last week we told you about Mark Ryden’s Gay 90′s Art Show at Paul Kasmin Gallery in New York City and his new limited edition lithograph ‘Incarnation‘. Here is a time lapse video of Mark Ryden at work, bringing ‘Incarnation’ to life.  Amazing!

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Master illustrator John Cuneo ‘s work has been seen in many national publications such as the Atlantic Monthly to New Yorker Magazine to Rolling Stone to Reader’s Digest. While his works below can be considered  thought provoking and insightful, he also has a naughty and morbid minded side. (See Wizard of Oz illustration.)

‘nEuROTIC’ Book Cover – John Cuneo
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Triboro Design has designed a single color fluorescent red New York City Subway map, which has a limited edition offset-litho run of only 300 pieces.  It is the same size as the large MTA Subway maps that are located at all the entrances to New York Subway stations.

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