Artist/illustrator/designer Scott Fuller is opening an art exhibition tomorrow called 2 For 1, which features 12 canvases, each a collaboration between Scott and another artist. The participating artists include Ornamental Conifer, Benjie Escobar, Sketchy Tank, and many more. Happening at the Official store on Melrose.
Physics meets the Japanese art of Origami (Paper Folding) when former NASA physicist Robert Lang uses his mastery of paper art to tackle big challenges in exploring space. What an awesome connection between the simple art of folding paper, and the almost incomprehensible task of escaping Earth’s gravity. Fascinating content from Great Big Story.
It’s surprising how some of the best film and TV content around comes from relatively unorthodox newcomers now. My wife and I have been enjoying the Amazon series Patriot quite a lot. It is very strange and often painfully awkward. If you like Wes Anderson movies, I think you’ll enjoy it a lot.
An incredible ode to the Big Apple, NEW YORK SERENADE documents geographic sites that hold significance in the city’s musical history, such as a Harlem intersection visited and then sung about by Lou Reed, the building featured on the cover of Led Zep’s Physical Graffiti, and the world famous Apollo Theatre. The title relies on the work of accomplished photographer Ciro Frank Schiappa and the accompanying text is by Michele Primi of Rolling Stone. The beautiful 9″ x 11″ hardcover is fresh out from Skira books. [See More]
This week’s T-Shirt Of The Week is this meme-driven wonder from Los Angeles-based brand BTLG. It deftly mashes up the slightly disturbing Instagram phenomenon that is #SaltBae – a chef who lovingly caresses his meats (that is not a dirty joke, btw) and got famous for flamboyantly sprinkling some salt. BTLG have combined that with the equally famous E-40 line, “Sprinkle me, mane.” Get it at Hutch.
Today marks the anniversary of the untimely death of iconic Brooklyn rap star Biggie Smalls. I was lucky enough to put together a survey of some of the THE ILLEST BIGGIE SMALLS MURALS IN THE WORLD for Mass Appeal.
I was lucky enough to tag along with two great artists to The Graff Lab near DTLA a couple weeks back. The space is a large yard, where graf writers and artists can get permission to paint a throwie, piece, or mural. While some people take all day with it, KLIPS and FREND hustled hard to bang this out in about an hour and a half. [See More]