1. supersonicelectronic:

    Barron Storey’s “Suicide.”

    A master of darkness, Barron Storey, will be presenting a new body of work entitled, “Suicide,” tomorrow - October 4th - at Anno Domini in San Jose, California.  The show relates to Barron’s relationship with suicide and how it’s affected his life and also the lives of others around him.  It searches through the question “Why?” and the full dark that exists beyond:

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  2. mikeydoodles:

    I’m still taking commissions!

    The prices are as follows:

    • SINGLE CHARACTER B+W LINE ART - £10
    • SINGLE CHARACTER FULL COLOUR - £25
    • FULL PIECE INCLUDING BACKGROUND - £60

    These are digital pieces that will be emailed to you and payments are to be made through PayPal.

    Please note that this is rough guide, I am flexible with prices, but it may vary depending on what exactly you want! I’m also willing to do deals if you want more than one character! :D

    If you’re interested, just email me at mikeyturveyart [at] gmail [dot] com and I’ll get back to you!

  3. (Source: hateplow)

  4. "Pairing a gestural joke with a linguistic one, Brent Birnbaum's clever “I (h)ate you” is a comical, crude use of flashing neon. The piece showed at Scope as part of Brass Tacks and was one of many audience-facing pieces to exploit sexuality”

    "Pairing a gestural joke with a linguistic one, Brent Birnbaum's clever “I (h)ate you” is a comical, crude use of flashing neon. The piece showed at Scope as part of Brass Tacks and was one of many audience-facing pieces to exploit sexuality”

  5. trailsend86:

Mogwai
Les Revenants EP

    trailsend86:

    Mogwai

    Les Revenants EP

  6. damiensaatdjian:

    Gerhard Richter
    Firenze, 2000
    Oil paint on c-prints
    Edition of 110.

    The Firenze edition from 2000 comprises 118 works, all of which are oil paint on colour photographs, framed, behind glass. The series [Edition: 110] is based on three photographs taken by Richter in 1999 on the banks of the River Arno in Florence. 

  7. thisistheverge:

Artists create miraculous ‘rain room’, keeping you dry in the middle of a shower

    thisistheverge:

    Artists create miraculous ‘rain room’, keeping you dry in the middle of a shower

  8. supersonicelectronic:

Twenty-Four in San Francisco.
Brett Amory’s “Twenty-Four in San Francisco” opens this Thursday, October 4th at Sandra Lee Gallery in San Francisco:

“Twenty-Four In San Francisco, is an ambitious project capturing both the permanent and ephemeral intricacies of 24 chosen locations around the city of San Francisco in California…With the intention of fully immersing himself in each location depicted in the series, Twenty-Four In San Francisco representsa pivotal moment inAmory’s career as he connects with San Francisco’s urban landscape on a deeper level than ever before.”

Check out some more work and one of the videos after the jump:
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    supersonicelectronic:

    Twenty-Four in San Francisco.

    Brett Amory’sTwenty-Four in San Francisco” opens this Thursday, October 4th at Sandra Lee Gallery in San Francisco:

    “Twenty-Four In San Francisco, is an ambitious project capturing both the permanent and ephemeral intricacies of 24 chosen locations around the city of San Francisco in California…With the intention of fully immersing himself in each location depicted in the series, Twenty-Four In San Francisco representsa pivotal moment inAmory’s career as he connects with San Francisco’s urban landscape on a deeper level than ever before.”

    Check out some more work and one of the videos after the jump:

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  9. liamdryden:

hahahaha I want these

Glasgow. The home of no-bullshit.

    liamdryden:

    hahahaha I want these

    Glasgow. The home of no-bullshit.

    (Source: urbanmiff)

  10. archiemcphee:

    Our exQuisite Corpse commissions the Huichol people of Western Mexico to create these awesome beaded works of art. Huichol artisans painstakingly cover human and animal skulls with intricate patters of tiny, colorful beads. Because each one-of-a-kind piece is beaded using wax, they need to be kept away from heat and the sun.

    The finished Human Skulls (made of resin, not bone, just in case anyone was wondering) all appear deliriously happy. The longer we look at them, the more we can’t help starting to grin right along with them.

    While they’re all gorgeous, our favourite piece has got to be the stunning life-sized replica Giraffe Skull complete with beaded vertebrate. 

    [via Clutter]