Each print is signed and numbered by the artists from a first edition of 500.
Using 100 lb. archival recycled stock certified by The Forest Stewardship Council, this print is produced with vegetable-based inks in Red Hook, Brooklyn.
Fear.Less is a collaborative project between Daniel Ting Chong & Jordan Metcalf. The objects are all representative of weapons/items used in acts of crime in South Africa, both by criminal and the law. More pictures here (and a few of my favorites below).
The objects seek to playfully examine the place of fear and crime in South Africa context, framing our obsession with violence and the casual paranoia we all seem to suffer from. By scaling the objects and turning them into artworks, the artists aim to re-contextualise the place these items hold in our everyday lives.
The overall graphic impact, evoked through the distinctive silhouette and angular black ash wood legs, add the sophistication of furniture to an iconic game often overlooked and undervalued. BLACKOUT elevates the former basement novelty to the conversation piece in any environment, allowing those late night hours to happen beyond the local dive bar to our favorite social spaces.
I wasn’t planning on posting this– until I watched the video. One word: Awesome!
The Rice Cube can make sushi in seconds. Head over and check out the video. Even a three year old could use it.
Typography nerds unite– Scrabble now looks great with this Tyopgrahy Edition. Made from beautiful solid walnut, for $199.
KAWS personally designed the dial of this special Horizon, and nobody plays the line between art and time better than Ikepod, so it is a perfect collaboration for both parties. This is the type of watch that could be massively collectible down the line.
$14,000 and available at Westime in Los Angeles.