a horrible promo for some great art, including work from Canan Tolon, Po Shun Leong, Kirk Crippens, Hannah Olivia Nelson, and me.
a new series of drawings i’m currently working on…
Random Scribbles, 2.10.13, Found Ceramic Bust, Glue and Marker, 18.5 x 8 x 8 inches.
Accidental Geometry, 9.15.13, Found Ceramic Bust, Glue and Marker, 9 x 5 x 3.25 inches.
that’s “YEEN-ka show-knee-BAH-reh”
over on Artspace, they had a great write-up called Art 101: How to Pronounce Artists’ Names that does exactly that. it should definitely be expanded upon however, considering it’s the first of it’s kind that i’ve stumbled upon anyway. a useful and necessary tool for anyone who needs to give a public presentation on art or artists.
probably the best show ever put together at the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archieve, Barry McGee. showing until december 9th. if your anywhere near the bay area you have got to see this show.
i wasn’t satisfied with the results of my last crayon series, so i decided to step back, reflect, and give it another go. first up, Red, crayon on glass, 11 x 8.5 inches. five more after the jump…
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100 Curators. “the largest online art exhibition created by curators from the most prestigious museums and galleries around the world”. proudly presented by Saatchi Online.
Tampopo, 1985, by the great Jûzô Itami. it’s delicious! (and a big THANK YOU to whomever put this on the internets).
introducing Kern Type. one of the most addictive games i have ever played. give it a try… (or two).
two kids in Brooklyn created this Mason Jar Cocktail Shaker, (an instant classic), and exceeded their Kickstarter goal by more than $54,000.
summers almost over… get it while its hot. The Summer House,
by Joe Wehner
for Treats! Magazine
. music by Dirty Beaches
possibly the finest art documentary series ever made… the Power of Art from Simon Schama. above, my personal favorite, Rothko. enjoy!
Alex Prager and her pretty pictures.
absolutely awesome work from Eric Yahnker. above, Cracks of Dawn, 2010, charcoal and graphite on paper, 109 x 72 in.
Woody Allen boxing a kangaroo.
oh and just to let everyone know, (because it doesn’t seem to be anywhere on the internets), Woody Allen wears vintage, government issued BCG’s, (birth control glasses), made by HALO… glad I could clear that up.