Brooklyn-based artist Nate Hill, who has ridden several animal-personas to moderate internet fame, is back at it. His latest creation, Punch Me Panda, is currently on a mission to bring catharsis to the Brooklyn masses. | via the Wall Street Journal
Get lost in Jessica Labbatte’s colorful world. | via Svartkonst
The Flaming Lips have nothing to prove. If if they want to make every video from their latest album be the same thing: a naked girl in a blindfold with some psychedelic stuff going on, I guess we can’t complain. It’s not lazy. It’s thematic… right? Either way, click the picture above to watch the [...]
I’m really digging the vintage vibe in these paintings by fellow Brooklynite Jocelyn Hobbie
Os Gemeos have a new mural up in New York City, in collaboration with street artist Futura. This particular piece is a whopping 80 ft tall. The shorts are a patchwork of different flags from around the world. Definitely a representation of the diversity of this fine city. If you’re in the neighborhood, you should [...]
I really like something about “Views from the Internet,” by Penelope Umbrico. This was conceived and displayed for the New York Photography Festival in 2008. So pretty. From her site: “Views from the Internet” (2006 ongoing) is a project that investigates the views through windows on home improvement Internet sites. The windows in these places [...]
The Sketchbook Project is a new yearly exhibition organized by the Brooklyn Art House Co-Op. Organized through their local gallery/shop, The Brooklyn Art Library, The Sketchbook Project is a traveling exhibition of sketchbooks created by artists like YOU. “Anyone – from anywhere in the world – can be a part of the Project. To participate [...]
This past weekend in NYC, as part of the Crossing the Line festival, the financial district was invaded by these colorful contortionist performers, led by choreographer Willi Dorner in a piece called “Bodies in Urban Spaces.” The results were hilarious. You can see more pics @ the Wall Street Journal.
Since the crisis in Japan began, creative communities around the world have done their part to do what they can. As a lot of artists or freelancers we know are living on a shoe-string budget, it can often be difficult finding a way you can contribute to causes, even when you feel so strongly about [...]
Cindy Sherman created this series of photos wearing clothes from Balenciaga back in 2008. The photos are set up to comment on the never ending supply of party photos in magazines and websites, showing aging socialites, party girls and boys, and the fashionably disdainful. This series was lesser known than some of her other collaborations [...]
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