Kanye West recently unveiled via Twitter a visual component for his upcoming collaborative album Watch the Throne with Jay-Z and its single titled H.A.M.. In the past, Kanye has looked to popular creative personalities to create his album work including the likes of George Condo and KAWS in the past. High fashion designer Riccardo Tisci of Givenchy is the man behind the forthcoming track’s cover with a release slated for January 11th, 2011.
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Ok... trying to get hi at work without all that inhaling? Watch this video. FlyLo at his absolute Finest!
I "tumbled" across this PIC and Immediately fell in love with the concept. The interesting thing with an preexisting concept is that a select few can still shine. AMAZING SHOT!
Kanye Wests new blog is up, It was about time he put up the warning for the amount of nudity it has on it. Nonetheless its dope. He is a Versace ad. I love the overall feel of this piece.
Here the new advertising campaign very impacting for the association of Social Samu, realized by the agency Publicis the Council. The baseline “More one lives in the street, less one has chance to leave there”, on an artistic director of Alexandra Offe and stereotypes of Marc Paeps.
Very favorite for work of Benjamin Heine, a young Belgian artist. Stuffed talent, it created the series of images “Pencil VS Camera”, combining photographs and drawings, and of which returned is single. More images in the continuation of the article.
There are no words I can use to describe the experience that was Janelle Monae last night. NONE. P.S This video aint got nothin on the vibe that was in that place last night. It was AMAZING. PARTAKE!
Having been prominently brought to light via a series of projects with The Hundreds, illustrator and tattoo artist Jun Cha makes the move to footwear in this upcoming collaboration with C1RCA. Fusing his signature black and gray tattoo style with C1RCA’s Hatchet model, the sneaker’s theme symbolizes “the transition from death and sacrifice to freedom and growth of one’s true roots.” The Jun Cha x C1RCA “The Black Tear Project” Hatchet will be limited to 100 pairs and will release on April 30th, 2010. For more information including images and a video, check the full details after the jump.
Discovered new showreel 2010 of the French studio Gkaster, composed of two designers: Pierre Magniol and Pierre Fabre. A beautiful artistic director, much of many creativity and returned 3D. To discover in video in the continuation of the article.
Alexa Meade's portfolio is littered with the works garnered out of this technique. Its rather brilliant. I wonder why one has thought of it before. Or perhaps they have? I'm rambling. Enjoy! :)
WOW AMAZING NAIJA REPRESENT!
This is SICK
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So Close that your hand on my chest is my hand,
So close that when your eyes close I fall asleep.
- Pablo Neruda
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P.S These are all pencil :) Fooled ya didn't they!
Check out this crazy hybrid
The work of Audrey Kawasaki can most aptly be described as serenealist. Not batshit crazy like the typical surrealism but most definitely dreamy and ethereal. Serene in its soft colors and calm expressions but masking a hint of danger perhaps servitude? Almost Victorian in her subjects stature there is something wildly expressionistic about her paintings. Either way they are beautiful. She was at a gallery in NYC earlier this year and I missed it. Sigh. My first regret of 2010. #Partake!
An incredible work by Eric Zener based in California, with paintings entirely realized with oil. This American painter is specialist in made hyper-realistic at the same time in the human figures and water. Many examples are to be discovered in the continuation.
Off of the recent Global Warming Conferences in Copenhagen a general malaise has fallen over the rational peoples of the world. This malaise is filled with stringent odor of ignorance and the rotten tediousness of these 'talks' which venture to solve nothing and create legislation better equipped to help companies pollute our environs in the name of profit. Banksy put these on the banks of the Camden Canal in London. Sigh. Humans will never learn. Anyway, Banksy has a few comments on the isssue. Indulge :)
Art is... well, here, its an astronaught in some pretty ridiculous situations... Scott Listfield takes us on a bit of ride here as he explores pop and corporate cultures.... have a bite on us! Enjoy!
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