Head down to Blackfriars Bridge after dark over the next few weeks and you’ll find that the old Blackfriars Railway Bridge, whose supports still remain in the water, is lit up with ghostly green lasers. The artwork is by Keith Bowler and forms part of Drift, a group exhibition by contemporary artists who have all created new works of art to be shown on the Thames.
Tuesday, September 30, 2008
I bought one of these a little while back, just after they were released. Haven't seen many about since and then this one popped up at FUSShop. It's a relatively low number (365 of 1000) and the best thing of all, it's reduced.
Mark Gonzales brings you the latest evolution of his Priest character, the Megga America Communion Priest. The figure itself stands 13 inches high and is fully mechanised to blow bubbles whilst giving communion.............
Gonz has hand engraved his signature and an edition number on all 1000 figures...
Comes complete with bubble solution...
Monday, September 29, 2008
"For their latest collab, Supreme got together with Christopher Wool to create some new decks. A total of three decks were designed by the artist, which will go on sale at Supreme NY and LA as well as online. They will be available in Japan on the 4th. More after the jump."
I have a couple of pairs of jeans which I've never washed since I got them. One pair is a year old and the other at least two! It's fair to say that they don't smell that great, but I really didn't want to wash them as they look perfect. I came across this article - Might be worth a go. Results look good!
Sunday, September 28, 2008
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Thursday, September 25, 2008
Somehow Cool Calm Pete's Lost track made it to my iPod. I really like it and have often wondered about the artist behind the music. I recently stumbled upon this interview with him over at Inquiringmind Magazine. He talks about his music, designing for Supreme and starting his own design firm Supervillians...
Art & Sole, a new title from publisher Laurence King, is the first book to explore and celebrate the phenomenon of the now-frequent collaborations between sports shoe brands and artists. The book is split into two sections, the first looks at sneakers designed by artists and the second looks at artwork inspired and or funded by sneaker brands – from sculptures made from dissected shoes, to oil paintings on canvas, and even the customisation of the shoes themselves.
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