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June 6, 2012

A Sense of Renewal.

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Share This.The piece below is being featured, along with other works by Andrew Hem, at the group show Death and the Maiden which opens this Friday, June 8th at Roq la Rue Gallery in Seattle, Washington. Hem, who was born during his parents’ flight from Cambodia, started out as a graffiti artist before turning to painting. So, if you’re in the Seattle Washington area, check Hem’s — and others’ — works at Roq la Rue.

Hump Day Treat of the Week: Slaycats.

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Share This.We almost forgot to give up our HDTW. Okay, that sounded weird. Moving on, this week’s video is a plethora of claymation slaughter. Here is our viral Hump Day Treat of the Week:

Subtle Rebuttal: My New Guilty Pleasure.

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Share This.A year ago my 22 year old cousin suffered a pretty serious injury to his shoulder that reduced his daily routine to feeble physical therapy exercises and sitting in a special chair in front of the TV. For him it hurts to even walk. Recovery is steady yet very slow. Consequently, in the course of the past few months his house has become a Temple of Netflix. Just about every other day I Read More

Love at First Light.

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Share This.This nifty combination comes to us from Iain Claridge. Below is the coupling of Brendan Ravenhill’s Bare Light fitting with Hulger’s Plumen. Brendan Ravenhill’s Bare Light Fitting x Hulger’s Plumen.↓ What is a Plumen?↓

Potential.

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Share This.“Can you imagine what I would do if I could do all I can?” – Sun Tzu.

(Nava)gating the Universe.

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Share This.Nava Lubelski‘s Thread on Canvas is nothing short of pure genius. Lying somewhere between splatter painting and dream catcher, the series is explosive, interactive and unpredictable. With cheeky names like “Structurally Sound” and “The Sum of Parts” (feature image up top), Lubelski violently intellectual. What we’re at is series of contradictions. Lubelski explains: “My work explores the contradictions between the impulse to destroy and the compulsion to mend. I juxtapose rapid acts Read More

The 50/50 Initiative.

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Share This.These illustrations from Sean McClintock‘s limited edition Posterity series are ill and they stand for a cause — can’t ask for more than that. “Posterity is a limited edition series of posters for good. Designed by The Mill’s creative staff and its extended network of artist friends, this poster series has been created as a part of the 50/50 initiative to aid the famine relief efforts in East Africa.”  

Have Mercy.

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Share This.Kanye West just dropped visuals for the well received track “Mercy”. The video, featuring West along with Pusha T, Big Sean and 2 Chainz, is done in one continuous panoramic shot. It is also shot entirely in black and white, making for a clean and stylish appearance. Yeezy and company are draped in some dope noir-futurist garbs and a lone Lamborghini Murcielago is in full effect. Direct by Nabil with visual effects done Read More