Seeing Sounds Album Cover

15 05 2008

Okay maybe I`m a bit too excited about the N.E.R.D return even though I officially started listening to them like 2 months ago.  (The moment I found out that I could go to Glow In The Dark, even though I can`t go now…)  When I first saw this cover it looked really good.  Like really good!  Good look to N.E.R.D.

M. Shabbaz





1000% Bearbrick Meets Chinese Contemporary Artist

16 04 2008

A group of contemporaryartist from China have come to together with the Bearbrick team to make their own.  The models done look really good and will be a great thing to check out at the Art exhibition coming on April 25th in Beijing.

Source: Highsnobiety

M. Shabbaz





Louis Vuitton X Murakami

5 04 2008

Marc Jacobs and Takashi Murakami have joined forces once again to make collection of exclusive hand bags, leather accessories, jewelry and some ready-to-wear pieces of clothing.  All of the pieces created by the two will feature the Mongramouflage which is a combination of a camoflage pattern and Louis Vuttion famous monogram.  The preview will take place in Brooklyn during Murakami’s art show in Brooklyn Museum and will be released worldwide on June 15th.  Stay tuned for more information from the two parties and if your in Brooklyn go and check out the art show.   

M. Shabbaz





Stussy X Andrew Pommier

2 04 2008

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Stussy has started their exclusive Artist’s Series.  This collection was done by Canada’s own Andrew Pommier.  Mr. Pommeir has done a lot of great work and is going to display his work for Stussy in this series.  There will be four t-shirts made by him and will be sold exclusively at Stussy chapters around the work.  Unfortunately there will be a limited quantity to go around so for those loafters make sure to get the quick don’t sleep on it.  

Source: Sneaker Freaker

M. Shabbaz 





BANKSY: THE WORLDS MOST INFAMOUS STREET ARTIST

4 03 2008

this is some of of this dudes SUPER awsome work!!

Banksy is probably one of the most popular, yet the most mysterious urban street artist in the world today. He’s a cultural prankster, and also manages to keep a secret identity. His amazing work has been sold to many Hollywood artists for over half a million dollars a piece. However, most of his work is still freely drawn on to public surfaces.

$500,000!!

Banksy was first known in the UK, his graffiti is found throughout major cities on public walls and billboards. He tries to avoid traditional tags, and instead creates his own (mostly realistic) urban street art images. His work has also been put in museums. Unfortunately he’s received threats has been stolen.

He really is all over the place. As you can tell he has an enormous amount of great ideas. Part of the most difficult thing in writing this summary guide was picking and choosing between so many images – he is intelligent, creative and extremely inspiring!

Although some of his work is illegally put on public walls and billboards, he remains anonymous. His work is truly inspiring.. You GOTTA love it!

EM.





The Lazarides

28 02 2008

David Choe @ Lazarides Gallery

LOOSE LIPS [DAVID CHOE @ LAZARIDES GALLERY]

The Lazarides Gallery is a Gallery completely open to the public located in 8 Greek Street in London’s Soho. The artists defy some categories of art such as graffiti, graphics or pop art.

David Choe is only one of many artists whose work you can find at the Lazarides Gallery. The Gallery is where you can find most work from artists Banksy, Jamie Hewlett, Antony Micallef, Faile, Stanley Donwood, Mode 2, Paul Insect, Kelsey Brookes, Polly Morgan, Conor Harrington, Invader, Tony Gray, Ben Turnbull and Mark Jenkin. These certain individuals are known by Lazinc, and currently are some of the most recognizable names in art culture of the last decade. Some artists have come to pursue more than just one career. Including web designing and selling albums.

Anyway, this is just a sneak peek of what goes on in this Gallery. I encourage you to go on to the website and check more of their stuff out. Their stuff is amazing, and I SWEAR it’s all worth it.

For more info on the Gallery check out http://www.lazinc.com

EM.





Mark Dean Veca

23 02 2008

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Mark Dean Veca is a very successful and popular artist of the contemporary field and has made a mark for making with innovated and psychedelic works.  For more on his work visit his website here.

M. Shabbaz





Audrey Kawasaki at Mayoi Michi

15 02 2008

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Audrey Kawasaki has made a nice name for herself at her “surreal pop” art at Mayoi Michi a solo art gallery.  She is famous for her wood and canvas pieces and her exclusive Laceys prints. The show will be on until March 1st and it looks like a must check. 

M. Shabbaz





Food One Solo Show

5 02 2008

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Comic artist Food One also known as Jim Mahfood who has done work for many companies like Colt 45 and Clerks Comics just had a show in New York which showcased his own work.  He is about to release his own book full of his drawings for other ads and companies.  The book should be out on Feb 13 named “Mixtape Vol. 1.

M. Shabazz








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