Old Boot - Further Adventures in Comic Abstraction @ Silwex House

Graffiti // Sunday, April 14, 2013
Silwex House in association with Galleries Goldstein presents a new group exhibition entitled “Old Boot - Further Adventures in Comic Abstraction.” The exhibit will feature work from Horfe, Petro, Ken Sortais, Lucas Dillon, and Russel Maurice. The opening will be on April 18, 2013 at 6:30 P.M. in London.

"Ghosts of Gustav Klimt" by Derek Kettela

Erotica // Sunday, April 14, 2013
Derek Kettela used to be an action fiend with hobbies such as snowboarding and skating when he was a teenager, it was a natural progression to be the photographer for Transworld Snowboarding magazine. Now settling in New York, Kettela has made a name for himself in the fashion world, with clients such as ELLE, J. Crew, Banana Republic, Vogue Spain... 

Hermes' Only American Scarf Designer, Kermit Oliver

Illustration // Saturday, April 13, 2013
Legendary French designer Hermes is known for his highly expensive, luxurious silk scarves--each hand tailored and carefully commissioned by the designer. These scarves are each around $400, and Hermes has produced more than 2,000 designs over the years, working with numerous artists to achieve signature precision and beauty. Kermit Oliver is the only American designer to ever work for Hermes.

Murals in Cambodia by Seth Globepainter

Street Art // Saturday, April 13, 2013
Seth Blobepainter is an exceptionally talented muralist based out of Cambodia. His work usually includes a young-looking character with South East Asian cultural influences and references.

Video: Smashing CCTV cameras

Graffiti // Saturday, April 13, 2013
Set to a sped up remix of “Sunglasses at Night” by Corey Hart, this video shows masked vandal activists dubbed “CAMOVER” smashing and spray painting subway CCTV cameras and more. This is some risky “activism” considering they are filming their destruction with GoPros while the trains are running with passengers. Is this art? Not really. Is it vandalism? Absolutely.

Miranda Kerr's Bad Education

Erotica // Saturday, April 13, 2013
Miranda Kerr dons high socks and highly saturated nun's dress in "La Mauvaise Education," or "The Bad Education," a photoseries dedicated to that age-long fantasy about your biology teacher and her desk. Photographed by Greg Kadel and styled by Patti Wilson, Kerr exudes a the dissonant sexiness that comes from the authority-student taboo.

Kazuki Takamatsu, May 2013

Vault // Friday, April 12, 2013
On Saturday, April 14, Japanese artist Kazuki Takamatsu opens a new solo show at Corey Helford Gallery in Culver City, California. What first attracted us to his work was a stunning display at Art Basel in Miami this past December, with an eerie approach to combining traditional painting and CG materials, creating a hybrid that looks both handmade and the ghostly work of a computer. Leah Pietrusiak investigates... 

In L.A.: "Family" Curated by Hanni El Khatib @ HVW8

Juxtapoz // Friday, April 12, 2013
We stopped by HVW8 this past weekend to check out their latest exhibition “Family” curated by Hanni El Khatib. Art, Design & Music. The three constants in Hanni El Khatib’s life that are all responsible for one another. Despite dropping out of art & design school, it’s these very same elements that are responsible for Hanni El Khatib, the musician.  Photos and more after the jump...

Humpty Dumpty Comes to Life!

Street Art // Friday, April 12, 2013
Most of you should be familiar with the classic fairy tale story of the anthropomorphic egg Humpty Dumpty, his inevitable fall and the attempt by some knights to piece him back together. In part of the Uk’s biggest Easter egg hunt, the friendly-looking Humpty Dumpty was brought to life as a 4-foot chocolate hanging out on a wall at the Covent Garden in Central London. True to folklore, Mr. Humpty went down off the wall, smashing to pieces and cannot be put back together.

FRIDAY SPOTLIGHT: HENRY CHALFANT's Photographs

Graffiti // Friday, April 12, 2013
Every Friday we feature someone old or new, traditional or unconventional, active or not, and so on. This week highlights the photography of Henry Chalfant, particularly his work from the ‘80s surrounding graffiti culture in New York.

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