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.
Check out this year’s installment of Matt W. Moore’s annual monochrome painting series : Micro & Macro Mandalas. The 5 prints are 12″x12″ and each is signed/numbered/shrink-wrapped and shipped flat. $115 for the set, free shipping!
Take a picture of a picture from the past in the present. It’s Dear Photograph– and it’s totally beautiful.
Do you hate having to write artist statements (or find reading them to be funny sometimes)? This is awesome.
Each month Etsy features a new designer who they let takeover their Twitter background with an original design. They then do a Q&A with the artist and make the design available as a free desktop and mobile download. This month they are featuring beach ball typography by Aubrey Stalnaker.
With 1.3 Million Twitter followers, this could really move the needle for an up and coming artist!
Eat The Sun is an incredibly well shot, totally bizarre movie about a group of people around the country that stare at the sun and claim to not need to eat– among other physical and spiritual benefits. Watch the preview and judge for yourself. I enjoyed the cinematography and music– but I’m still not quite sure about the content. Bizarre but fascinating work by Sorcher Films.
The filmmakers do not recommend or endorse the views and practices concerning sungazing and fasting portrayed in this film. Anyone contemplating such behavior should seek the advice of a competent medical professional.
Steve Harrington is opening a show up at Beams in Tokyo on the 18th of May. All proceeds from sales of artwork will be donated to tsunami victims.
The show will consist of 15 new sculptures, 20 new screenprints and a photo print wall. Here’s a sneak peak of what he’s been working on. Looks like it will be great!