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June 14, 2012

Getting the Art Down Pat.

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Share This.“All the art of living lies in a fine mingling of letting go and holding on.” - Havelock Ellis.

Perfucted.

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Share This.Boneface’s work can be summed up using two words, PURE POWER. The UK artist spares neither lives nor details. Snorting a powdery crystallized substance that consists of comics, video games, and craptastic B-Movies, his work is spunky, gory and occasionally surrealistic.

A Dip in the Strawberry River.

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Share This.What may look like a giant pool of strawberry Nesquik is actually Lake Retba in Dakar, Senegal. The lake’s dazzling color is caused by high levels of salt — with some areas containing up to 40% of it. Extremophile bacteria expert, Michael Danson, explains the phenomenon of the “Strawberry Shake Lake”: “The strawberry colour is produced by salt-loving organism Dunaliella salina. They produce a red pigment that absorbs and uses the Read More

Splattery Will Get You Somewhere.

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Share This.Maison Martin Margiela recently revealed their 2012-Pre-Fall Paint Splatter Replica Sneakers. The artsy kicks feature authentically accidental splatters that look very much like one of Basquiat‘s suits.

Ian the Smart Ass.

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Share This.As an artist Ian Stevenson is both smart and rude — intellectually uncouth, if you will. He truly has a sense of humor. Stevenson’s work does its best to satirize the things that most human beings hold dear; and that includes everything from Superman and 9/11 to Kim Kardashian and Princess Diana.

News from Nunez.

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Share This.Remember the feature we did on Glenford Nunez and The Coiffure Project last week? Well, we are happy to announce that the artist is working on a new project and released the first photo today! “First photo from my new series. Not sure about the name yet but this project is no makeup, Photoshop, or strobe lights. Just sun light and my camera like the old photographers.” – Glenford Read More

The Ahmad Jamal Trio.

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Share This.A friend of ours sent over a wonderful video last week and we’ve been working to it all weekend. It features pianist Ahmad Jamal along with cellist Jamil Nasser and drummer Frank Gant performing in Paris as the Ahmad Jamal Trio in 1971. Our friend actually had the pleasure of recently meeting and befriending the drummer and thought we would enjoy a good solid piece of jazz. In turn, we would Read More