Karl Grandin

19 March 2009

Some new work up by Karl Grandin.

Andy Warhol paints Debbie Harry using an Amiga computer at the Commodore Amiga product launch press conference in 1985. The actual written interview from this can be downloaded from Artnode here.

Real Normal

17 March 2009

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Real Normal is a group of SAIC students posting on a blog of the same name. They will be having a big show this Friday, called “Magic Carpet” and you really must go if you are in the Chicago area. Arend (who I’ve posted here before), Aylor, Bailey and Carson create smart, young and fresh work that walks this weird little line between irreverance and familiarity.

Magic Carpet
Sullivan Galleries
33 South State Street, 7th Floor
Chicago

Opening Reception March 20th, 7pm – 10pm

German Animation

09 March 2009

Rocks (”Das Rad”)

Balance

Two excellent German stop motion shorts.

Landon Metz

04 March 2009

Landon Metz from LA. I especially like this stop motion piece, Castles.

Via Epilogue Magazine

FISH-WORK
Photographs by Corey Arnold

Reception with the artist Thursday, February 26, 2009  6-8 pm
Sara Tecchia Roma New York

529 West 20th Street,  212-741-2900

Base

18 February 2009

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Base launches a new website featuring downloadable PDFs. I’m not crazy about viewing work this way, but there are still plenty of nice projects to see.

Christelle Bonnet

16 February 2009

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Christelle Bonnet in Bordeaux, France.

Me and Mister Jones

16 February 2009

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I really love the work by Me and Mister Jones; husband-and-wife duo Tom Merckx and Fanny Khoo from Singapore. They sent us their link yesterday and it’s a pleasure to post them up.

Our friend Steven Harrington got in touch to let us know about his recent collaboration with Arkitip, designing a custom laptop sleeve and iPhone case. The video takes a peak at the gallery show and Steven’s studio/home.