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Wearing the Coat of Arms.

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Share This.Buzz for the Ronnie Fieg x PUMA collaborate continues to build. The Ronnie Fieg x PUMA Disc Blaze COA (Coat of Arms) collection makes it sneak peek debut with a black and mint colorway. The shoes have a very futurist vibe overall and its tough looking design gives the sneaker a durable but stylish appearance. Ronnie Fieg can do no wrong.

Setting the Roof on Fire.

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Share This.Olivier Kosta-Théfaine has found a way to transform a crude practice often spotted in seedy stairwells into a beautiful medium of the arts. Burn Baby Burn! is a collection of pieces by Kosta-Théfaine featuring insane patterns in which used a lighter to create. Having done this before, with result that look nothing like Burn Baby Burn!, we can only imagine how arduous the process must be.

Now Meat the Book.

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Share This.We fell in love with Dominic Episcopo‘s work back in October, and we were happy that he was converting his signature Meatography into book form. Coming off a successful Kickstarter campaign, Episcopo will be releasing a coffee table version of his iconic Meat America this March. Being huge fans of the series, we decided to get in touch with Episcopo and get a few words about the project, his inspiration Read More

A Monster Amongst Men.

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Share This.“The creative adult is the inner child that survived.” – Ursula K. Le Guin. There are some quotations that cleverly sums up one’s whole existence, like a literary embodiment of one’s essence. The opening quotation by Ursula K. Le Guin describes artist Richard Saja to a tee. Some of us never forget to retain that wonderment that once plagued us as children. There is an undying youth is Saja’s Read More

Tickling the Ivories.

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Share This.Check out this charming series from artist, Lieko Shiga. Piano is 1998 series featuring a young boy playing an invisible but apparently magical, piano. If you’re interested in catching Shiga’s work in person, his 2007 project, Canary, will be on display at Foam Gallery from March 22nd to May 12th.

Up On Strawberry Hill.

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Share This.Fans of Toots and the Maytals have something to toot their horns about. The legendary reggae band is giving an autographed copy of their newest effort, Unplugged On Strawberry Hill. The group, formerly known as the Maytals, were one of the pioneering ska/rocksteady bands during the 60s and their single “Monkey Man” was even covered by their labelmate, the late Amy Winehouse. To WIN an autographed copy of Unplugged on Read More

New from Booger Kazew.

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Share This.We just discovered some recent work by Alyssa Kazew. Having had the pleasure of interviewing Kazew last summer, we are happy to find that her technique has evolved while her love for tendency towards neon outbursts have remain the same.

No Laughing Matter.

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Share This.Friday isn’t exactly here yet and you’re probably as pissed as a baby’s pamper–but fret not, we found some hilarious illustrations from Joan Cornellà that are bound to make your day. Not exactly clean wholesome fun, Cornellà’s illustrations usually convey a serious message through grotesque playfulness.

There is Many in One.

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Share This.Egyptian artist, AMJAD aggag, assembled an army of beautiful layers for his Multiple Exposures series. Captured all inside one silhouette, the presence of multiple images stacked upon one another give each piece a puzzling allure.

That Cold Rock in the Night Sky.

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Share This.We’re currently tripping balls over SZA‘s new tune “ICE.MOON”. Produced by Felix Snow and Patrick Lukens, “ICE.MOON” is a dramatic jam that gracefully trashes about in your eardrums. SZA’s ghostly vocals over Snow and Lukens’ syrupy production marry well, making “ICE.MOON” a song that you can listen to at least three times over. It will be include on SZA’s upcoming S EP which should be due out in the spring, but Read More