Last month Wollongong held its second annual Wonderwalls Festival. It was a three-day, street-art event involving massive murals and art talks.
Zach Lewis: J GIRL
My buddy, Zach Lewis, just released J GIRL, a 28-page photo zine. It’s very cool and you should order one before they all get snapped up. Selling like hotcakes, apparently. Available at Zach’s website or Dashwood books.
Jason Woodside has striped and dotted the walls of Human Gallery in Brooklyn for his installation opening and zine release tonight. He recently did a collaboration with Obey, which the video below touches on. Also, he’s a sweetheart.
CHECK OUT THE UPCOMING SYDNEY COLLECTIVE SHOW MOD CON THIS FRIDAY!
Hannah Hill (aka Hanecdote) started making patches and t-shirts to keep herself busy and her creativity appeased. Since, people have caught on and it’s turned into a more sustainable business.
HAMBURGER EYES ANNUAL ART AUCTION 2013
It’s the annual Hamburger Eyes Ebay auction this week with artwork from Ted Pushinsky, Alexander Martinez, Oscar Mendoza, Ray Potes, David Potes, Thomas Campbell, Uri Korn, John Oliver Hodges, Mark Murrmann, Brian David Stevens, Barry Mcgee, Lisa Weiss, Ed Templeton, Francesco Deiana, Nolan Hall, Joe Brook, KC Ortiz, Grant Hatfield, and tons of others! Funds…
Andrew Hunter is an all around true individual. He goes about things in a way that sometimes is hard to understand, yet there’s reasoning behind them and it makes total sense …
RIP Saul Leiter
Early New York color photographic pioneer Saul Leiter died last week. Dang it. There’s a neato documentary on him called In No Great Hurry 13 Lessons in Life with Saul Leiter as well.
Aika Print Giveaway
Enter for a chance to win a 24″ x 30″ photo print of your favorite skateboarder, like Geoff Rowley, Guy Mariano, and Chad Muska from Aika Collective.
girl anytime i feel like it
One Sunday morning, Satan appeared before a small town congregation. Everyone started screaming and running for the front church door, trampling each other in a frantic effort to get away. Soon, everyone was gone, except for an elderly gentleman who sat calmly. Satan walked up to the man and said, “Don’t you know who I am?” The…
kids cover forty-six and 2
In response to Warren’s first post and cos Jason will hate it, heres a bunch of kids covering Tool’s forty-six and 2. And heres a good interview with Maynard from this year to kill an hour or so with.
stevie gee is a god damn slacker!
Stevie Gee is the best possible Slacker. And he’s having a show and helping launch the kick-ass Sideburn mag. So if you’re in ye ole’ London town this Thursday night head along. Word is Kate Mossy will be there playing the banjo with the ugly looking prince tapping the spoons. What more could you want….
Dirty Playground launch ‘Six Months of Darkness’
The end of darkness is near. After six months, the basement of Melbourne’s Du Nord has been transformed by four resident artists that have used the dilapidated basement as a blank canvas to transform into a revitalised artistic haven. With mediums such as video, paint and sculpture, the Six Months of Darkness (6MOD) crew has…
The Black Box
The Hole NYC is opening Stefan Bondell’s The Black Box tonight from 6-9. The exhibition is a take on the secrecy of surveillance, from insider trading to the black box of an airplane. Bondell’s opinions are deeply woven in each of his 10′x10′ paintings, keeping in mind the way that old masters like Goya, Friedrich,…
10 Years of MC: Robert Yager
Embedded journalism and photography came to prominence with both the most recent Iraq war and the conflict in Afghanistan. However before this phrase became conventional, there was the likes of Robert Yager, an L.A.-based photographer who threw himself in to the depths of everyday gang life, arguably an equally chaotic and treacherous situation. Whenever you…
Garry Trinh at ACP
Check out Garry Trinh‘s first solo show, Don’t Forget Your Beginner’s Spirit at the Australian Centre for Photography this month. Opening is Friday, November 30 from 6-8pm 257 Oxford St, Paddington NSW
Gemma O’Brien is what you might call a night owl—a person who is habitually active and wakeful at night. When you and I are asleep dreaming about dogs with wooden heads and magic saxophones, Gemma is fiddling around in her studio, drinking coffee and creating hand-drawn type. She’s a typographer.
Juergen Teller – Woo!
After his exhibit, Juergen Teller: Woo! held at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London this year, the artist has released a book commemorating the past two decades of his reign. SUBJECTS INCLUDE CHARLOTTE RAMPLING CURLING UP TO WILLIAM EGGLESTON, BJORK SPEWING SQUID INK PASTA AND VICTORIA BECKHAM STUCK, LEGS-AKIMBO, IN A CARRIER BAG. Teller…
SLOW CULTURE // Kristofferson Fundraiser
Instead of feeling horrible waiting in lines and crowds at Black Friday sales at the mall for a crappy TV, come to the Slow Culture gallery, buy one of a kind artwork, have a drink with us & feel good for supporting your local artists as well as helping the millions of people affected by…
Children Of A Lesser God
Another video offering from everybody’s favourites …