ALEX PARDEE ‘VERTIGO’ EXHIBIT AT COREY HELFORD GALLERY

Alex Pardee’s ‘Vertigo A Decade of Hunting Nightmares‘ exhibition is opening January 8, 2011 at the Corey Helford Gallery in Culver City. The works encompass new acrylic paintings on wood; his first time showing such work. A few months back we posted a hysterical video where Alex Pardee invades actor Shia LaBeouf’s home in order to paint a mural on the wall as a birthday present for Shia.

Alex Pardee is super talented and the video is a hoot!  Pardee also has his work still showing at The ZeroFriends Print show which is running through January 28, 2011, at the Upper Playground Shop in Portland.

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Ariel detergent’s creative print ad states “There’s always a stain waiting to happen”. From advertising agency Saatchi & Saatchi in Tel Aviv, Israel.

Many ideas come to mind that play off this liquid splatter. Paint…crime scenes…Bill Clinton, etc. This coffee stain is the most wholesome.

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The Qbist bar pays tribute to Henry E. Dudeney (1857-1930) an English puzzle and mathematical game devisor. He is known as one of the country’s foremost creators of puzzles.

Dudeney’s most famous innovations were his 1903 success at solving the Haberdasher’s Puzzle (Cut an equilateral triangle into four pieces that can be rearranged to make a square)…seen below.

The Qbist Bar by StudioArka is parallelepiped with a square base sectioned along very exact lines to form four elements which can open up to different shaped units, a cocktail bar or a piece with a highly original look evocative of playing with shapes.

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We’d all be happy with a cool million. But what about $1 trillion? Couldn’t fathom spending it all in your lifetime or even visualizing that much money? One individual (realistically) couldn’t spend it all in their lifetime. Even if you stayed at the most expensive suite at the Atlantis in the Bahamas (the Bridge Suite…it runs for $25,000 a night) every day for over 100 years, you still would have money left over.

A mere $100 million dollars can be stacked on one pallet.

This is $1 trillion…

Photos courtesy of pagetutor

The United States Federal deficit was $1.3 trillion in 2010. Here’s on infographic that shows you what 1 trillion dollars can buy.

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Cool gig poster for Flight of the Conchords awash in green tint.

This poster is available from Daniel Danger store for only $25.

This visually captivating animated short film by Chris Sullivan, ‘Master of Ceremonies’ was hand draw on black paper with silver pencil. The beauty of this along with spot on sound effects, entice you into a story of the reluctance of humans to allow their transformation into the spirit world.

The scene in which the skeleton is doing his theater act is mesmerizing, especially if you appreciate illustrations and drawing. Fans of Pink Floyd’s ‘The Wall’ will appreciate the renderings and visual morphing of the characters that occurs in the film.

‘Master of Ceremonies’ was included in the traveling Black Maria Film Festival, which was presented at the Museum of Modern Art in November 2006.

Science Project pillows from designer Heather Lin. Wool felt with Sensuede® applique, in three types: Anatomy, Geology and Botany. They’d add a nice punch to a solid couch or sofa.

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