Loving this huge and amazing list of tributed artwork remembering Steve Jobs. I wonder if he’s rolling over in his grave though! I once read he hated photographs of himself– except the one on the front page of the Apple website right now, which he actually liked.
Fun. A sketchbook for the t-shirt geek! Everyone has a great idea for a t-shirt, and sketching is an excellent way to quickly explore concepts.
Eepmon recently made this new piece to contribute to an art show event on September 19th at PARCO department store in Shibuya, Tokyo.
The event is part of LOVE FOR NIPPON, an initiative in supporting the Great East Japan Earthquake recovery.
As September marks six months since the disaster, this project arose from a desire to bring happiness to people across Japan through art. More info can be found here.
The print will be released in an exclusive limited edition at an event hosted by artrepublic Soho on Thursday 28th July.
It’s also worth mentioning that a small number of these works will be hand finished in gold leaf by the artist. Gorgeous and powerful as always!
His photos are moving very quickly– I’m told the supermarket series (shown at top) are already sold out.
The Wall Street Journal has a story about Liu’s upcoming exhibition.
Imagine a remote, forested island in the largest body of freshwater in the world. Now imagine living on that island and being a part of one of the most unique and challenging artist residencies in the world.
I wish I could find an island for sale on Craigslist. Amazing.
I’m happy to report that I’ll be in London to see the Takashi Murakami exhibit open at the Gagosian Gallery! It runs from June 28th through August 5th, 2011. New work, new sculptures, new dreams manifested.