The annual Printer Matter’s LA Art Book Fair is here, and we are selling Monster Children for half price care of the Slow Culture Booth. Check out opening night photos here, and for the rest, head to MOCA this weekend.
NECKFACE: DOUBLE NEGATIVE ZINE
Printed Matter’s LA ART BOOK FAIR is alive and kicking at MOCA as of last night. The show runs from now through Sunday. Be sure not to miss Nasty Neckfaces latest zine, Double Negative. Find it at the 8 Ball Zines booth while stocks last.
LA ART BOOK FAIR: NATE WALTON
This Thursday to Sunday, get yourself over to the Slow Culture booth at the LA Art Book Fair located at the Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, where they’re selling limited Nate Walton prints and zines. Find out more here.
California & Graphic Design
This morning I listened to an interview that posed the question ‘If Los Angeles was a piece of art, what would it be?’ and one of the responses was: ‘It’s something Jeff Koons… shiny and polished, but coming from a really weird place.’
LENS: COLE BARASH IN CAPE COD
Yesterday, we showed you some epic images of NYC in the grips of that not so epic “blizzard”, Juno. Turns out Cole Barash was over in Cape Cod battling winds the speed of Jonah Hill’s sprint on National Donut Day.
LAST NIGHT’S CLUSTER PREMIERE
Last night, the world premiere of Cluster went down at the Ace Theatre in Los Angeles. Presented by HUF, the premiere held 800 people, which means there are 800 people with hangovers the size of a whale in LA today.
THE 2015 VOLCOM PIPE PRO IS LIVE!
Call your colleagues over to the board room, buy some beers, throw a hat in the middle and gamble the day away.
Daniel Johns is BACK!
Daniel Johns is back after an 8-year musical hiatus. Rejoice.
PEOPLE: MIWI LA LUPA
How good is the name Mi Wi La Lupa? Almost as good as his music. The first time I met MiWi he told me he was black irish, now he’s saying he’s 1/32rd German. Find your new favorite voice here.
EXHIBIT: Deeds Not Words 2
If you’re in Sydney tonight, don’t bloody miss the opening of Deeds, Not Words 2 featuring a ball tearing line-up of photographers, amongst them are arguably some of the most influential image makers of our generation.
MC PRESENTS: LA MUSE
Los Angeles provides an irresistible pull for photographers, and the city has been ready for its close up from the time the camera was invented. Here is a film featuring three young photographers who shoot everything from LA’s gritty fashion to its glamorous streets.
MONSTER CHILDREN PRESENTS: MARK RONSON
Yep, that’s right, Mark Ronson. Presented by Monster Children. Monster Children Presents Mark Ronson. Got it?
SAGE VAUGHN & ROB MACHADO: CONVERGENCE
On Jan 29, Convergence, an exhibit featuring the collaborative art of artist Sage Vaughn and surfer Rob Machado is going down at Flood Magazine Gallery in LA.
GOOD TIMES WITH BADBADNOTGOOD
BADBADNOTGOOD throw the best futurist music shade this side of Ontario! We sat down after their blazing set to talk through all the important things like Third nipples, Chuck Berry, Drake and Grammy nominations.
NEW YORK: JU-EVEN-NO WHAT A STORM IS?
Last night, we all braced for Armageddon on the streets of NYC. By all accounts, Blizzard Juno was set to destroy everything in it’s wake. Turns out Juno was a pussy. While it didn’t make for much thrilling news viewing, the little storm that couldn’t still put on quite a show. Check out some pretty snaps here.
LEVIS 501CT FACELIFT
The iconic Levis 501 has been re-vamped for the next generation of wearers. Introducing the Custom and Tappered fit, yep the ‘Mum’ jean is back.
CONS PROJECT IS COMING TO SYDNEY
Want to shoot the Converse CONS skate team on 35mm film? Now, you can. Find out how.
CRAIG ANDERSON TXOKO SHADES
Today, everyones favorite long-haired larrikin, Craig Anderson, introduced his new Electric sunglasses to America. We asked him why they were so special and he used the F word.
Your week with MC: 26th Jan
We at MC have your week completely sorted for you, you actually don’t need to do anything besides what we tell you to do. How good is being a robot. Want to know how the rest of your week pans out?
ISSUE 45: LEIF PODHAJSKY
You may or may not be familiar with the name Leif Podhajsky – and you more than likely can’t pronounce the name Leif Podhajsky – but you will almost certainly be aware of the work of Leif Podhajsky, because it is very good.