Sophie Henson

03 November 2008

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Some beautiful illustration/design work from Sophie Henson. Thanks for the link Sophie!

Antrepo

28 October 2008

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Great work from Antrepo studio.

Paolo Lim

23 October 2008

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Paolo Lim from South Australia. Amazing work.

Karl Grandin

23 October 2008

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Karl Grandin from Sweden. Thanks for the submit!

Eoin Stanley

22 October 2008

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Eoin Stanley from Dublin. Really great work from a guy still in school. His early work section is especially impressive.

Leterme/Dowling

22 October 2008

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Multi-disciplinary studio from England.

No Days Off

16 October 2008

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London studio founded by Patrick Duffy. Ongoing themes include memory, girls clothing, dead celebrities and pens that run out.

Raking Leaves in the Wind

15 October 2008

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Our friend Eve Duhamel sent us a note letting us know about her new exhibition happening Oct 29 in Berlin. It features her work along with Julien Vallée and Brent Wadden. More info can be found at eveduhamel.com.

Some friends and I recently went to the ’08 All Tomorrow’s Parties festival – a 3 day event with 35 bands held at an old decrepit 50′s country club in upstate New York. It was basically Summer camp for indie nerds. Here’s a bit more specific info: NY Times articles: 1 and 2; Pitchfork articles and photo galleries: Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Just got a few photos back, thought I’d share. I included a little track to go along with each pic… if you squint your eyes you might be able to imagine you’re there!! Oh, and just as a side note – the absolute climax, late Sunday night, was a 20 minute drone by the co-curators, My Bloody Valentine. They brought in an additional PA system just for their set, which literally shook our innards. It was their first show in the States in something like 18 years.

They’re holding another one next year at the same place. Info and tix available at the ATP website.

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Mogwai – Glasgow Mega-Snake

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Tortoise – The Taut and Tame

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Shellac – Paco

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Lightning Bolt – track name unknown

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My Bloody Valentine – Only Shallow

1HUND(RED)

14 October 2008

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Nathan over at Intercity got in touch today with some news about a new exhibition by Converse.

As part of the global PRODUCT RED project and in association with the Dondi White Foundation, “Converse have approached 100 artists, each to design a shoe. The project has just launched in the UK with an exhibition of some of the original artist shoes currently at Size? sneaker store in Carnaby Street. Some artists hand-painted their shoes as references for the production versions – and both instances of these (original and production shoes) are currently being shown at the exhibition.

Artists and designers include both established names and fresh talent – the likes of Jeremyville, Ben Drury, Chris Bettig, Lupe Fiasco, Grandpeople, Jeff Hamada, Gary Hume, Rostarr, and many more…”