Alvaro Tapia’s Anatomy Illustrations

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Kathryn Blackmore Illustrations

Kathryn Blackmore Illustration

The latest illustrations from Kathryn Blackmore. Blackmore is famed for her decadent jewelry, lavish illustrations and designs.

John Kricfalusi x Simpsons

Creator of Ren & Stimpy, artist John Kricfalusi guest-animates The Simpsons couch intro. via Leisure

David M. Cook

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Drawings by David M. Cook. via Booooooom

YouTube Channel: The Museum of Obsolete Objects

The Museum of Obsolete Objects German ad agency Jung von Matt has decided to show off their skills by launching an online museum via youtube. Focusing their campaign on “obsolete objects”. CLICK TO VIEW YOUTUBE MUSEUM: http://www.youtube.com/user/MoooJvM

There’s No Place Like L.A.

  In late August it seemed as though Dorothy’s closet spit up all over telephone wires from Los Feliz to West Hollywood. Who is the person or person’s mysteriously behind this you ask? Well until now it’s been quite a perplexity.   EXERPT FROM LA WEEKLY:  Basically, the trophy is a symbol belonging to “This […]

INSA : “Girls on Bikes”

INSA's "Girls on Bike's" (Series 1)

INSA’s year long instalment project “Girls on Bike’s”- series 1 recently came to an end last month. After completing the project, the collection is ready for public viewing. EXERPT from :www.insaland.com “Girls On Bikes” An Explanation: “An ongoing public installation project. Working with volunteer models, bikes (INSA’s current preferred icon of commodified culture), and large […]

Preserving Our Heritage : Richard Neutra’s Kronish House

At 9439 Sunset Boulevard in Beverly Hills, California there sits a cherished piece of American history. Richard Neutra’s “Kronish House” is now regretfully one of a kind in the area. Once 1 of 3 historic homes in Beverly Hills, it is the only still left standing. Current owners have filed for permits to demolish the […]

2MEX – “Press Your Luck”

2MEX – “Press Your Luck” from new upcoming album featuring DJNobody

Art of Clean Up

Art of Clean Up

Comedian/Artist Ursus Wehrli organizes every day objects placed into categories based on shape, size & color for his new book “Art of Clean Up.”