Speaking in Code is an unbelievable insight into electronic music culture.
Check the website for more information.
Something for everyone. Also word to the nice readers, the door in the last image, it belongs to Kaikaya seafood resteraunt in Shibuya, a.k.a THE shit.
This is where you want to eat when in Tokyo, insane, profoundly tasty seafood along with autographed recommendation Shawn Stussy and drunken table side illustrations by Gary Basemen and Mark Ryden, stickers from the 5 corners of the known world, jolliest waiters on the planet. Make a note.
Nice Produce artist, Sutu has just brought out 2 new giclee prints on Nice Produce. Concept work behind his online cyberpunk comic www.Nawlz.com. Only $100 each. Check all the Nawlz Prints here.
Damn these Donuts for being so damn good! This is a popular meeting place for Harley and Jonnie-jon.
In Issue 12 of the comic Harley schools Jonnie Jon on the rules of casting over a couple casual donuts. More details here
This is the original drawing for the Invisible Ominous featured in issue 5.
According to the comic the vision of the giant octopus stretching its tentacles over the city is part of a series of clips released by the band (The Mad Bionic Orchestra) to promote their upcoming concert in Nawlz. More Details here
Germany in the 1970s: Murderous bomb attacks, the threat of terrorism and the fear of the enemy inside are rocking the very foundations of the still fragile German democracy. The radicalised children of the Nazi generation led by Andreas Baader (Moritz Bleibtreu), Ulrike Meinhof (Martina Gedeck) and Gudrun Ensslin (Johanna Wokalek) are fighting a violent war against what they perceive as the new face of fascism: American imperialism supported by the German establishment, many of whom have a Nazi past. Their aim is to create a more human society but by employing inhuman means they not only spread terror and bloodshed, they also lose their own humanity. The man who understands them is also their hunter: the head of the German police force Horst Herold (Bruno Ganz). And while he succeeds in his relentless pursuit of the young terrorists, he knows he’s only dealing with the tip of the iceberg.
Based on the book by and in consultation with Stefan Aust.
In Cinemas May 7
We’ve got 4 double passes for the advance screening of the film during May 1-3.
Anyone wants, hit up [email protected].
Melbourne, Australia: Monday 20 April 2009 – Internationally renowned sculpture and stencil artist, D*Face, is in Melbourne this week to launch the Big Mouth Project – a collaboration between some of the world’s most talented artists and WorkSafe Victoria to spread the word about speaking up and being safe at work.
Known for his commitment to the individual having a voice, D*Face has spoken up about issues of social and political significance through his work for the past 10 years – cutting, pasting and drawing his way through the streets of London, using subversive images that challenge the orthodox, while sticking two fingers up at the establishment.
As part of the Big Mouth Project, D*Face today enlisted the help of Melbourne’s biggest mouth – Luna Park – to make his statement about speaking up on work safety. He has created a giant sculpture of a loudhailer and placed it directly out the front of Luna Park, to show his approach to getting his voice heard and encourage others to do the same.
D*Face’s thinking behind the design was to construct an image that would represent how people can get their voices heard the loudest. Speaking up and asking questions in the workplace is the best way to stay safe.
Having worked in lots of different jobs over the years, D*Face has experienced firsthand what it’s like to be the new kid on the block, and unsure about safety when first starting out.
He got involved with the project because he believes it is a worthwhile cause as well as the opportunity it’s giving him to collaborate with some of the world’s best artists, writers and typographers such as Luke Lucas to bring the Big Mouth Project to life.
The trip is D*Face’s first to Australia and is he is planning to dive head-first into the Melbourne street art scene this week, and record a visual diary which will be broadcast on the Big Mouth Project web site.
Young people aged between 15 and 24 are more likely to get injured at work than any other age group, so it’s important to know that speaking up doesn’t make you a big mouth, it means you’ll be here to tell the story.
D*Face’s loudhailer sculpture is on show at the entrance of Luna Park, St Kilda all week from Monday 20 April to Friday 24 April 2009. For further information, please visit www.bigmouthproject.com.
WHEN WE THINK OF AN ACORN WE THINK OF A SMALL NUT, A SMALL NUT WITH ENORMOUS POTENTIAL, THE POTENTIAL TO BECOME AN OAK TREE, A MAJESTIC TREE OF GIGANTIC PROPORTIONS. SO, WE FEEL THAT THE NAME ACORN IS THE PERFECT FIT TO THIS EXTREMELY TALENTED YOUNG ARTIST. ACORN IS ORIGINALLY FROM CANADA BUT HAS SPENT HIS LAST SIX MONTHS WORKING IN MELBOURNE ON A BODY OF WORK THAT MUST BE SEEN TO BE BELIEVED.
GORKER GALLERY IS PROUD TO PRESENT “MY KINGDOM, NOT YOURS” A COLLECTION OF WORK FROM CANADIAN BORN ARTIST ACORN. HIS WORK IS DESCRIBED AS A SELF NARRATIVE BASED UPON A WORLD OF COLLECTIVE CONSCIOUSNESS, DEPICTING NO SPECIFIC CULTURE OR RELIGION. HE WORKS IN WATER COLOUR AND INKS CREATING EXTREMELY INTIMATE ILLUSTRATIONS THAT WE KNOW YOU ARE GOING TO LOVE. RECENTLY ACORN HAS SPENT TIME FORGING AN ALLIANCE WITH MELBOURNE ARTISTS NIOR AND GHOST PATROL AS THE ‘TRIFORCE ADVANCE’ SO IF HIS ASSOCIATES ARE ANYTHING TO GO BY HE IS GOING TO BE A SERIOUS HIT WITH THE NATIVES. DONT MISS THE CHANCE TO COME AND SEE THIS AMAZING BODY OF WORK WITH A LEVEL OF DETAIL THAT WILL LEAVE YOU GORKING FOR HOURS.
LAUNCH NIGHT THURSDAY 30 APRIL, 6:00PM – 9:00PM
EXHIBITION RUNS UNTIL SUNDAY 17 MAY
GORKER GALLERY OPENING HOURS:
3PM – 7:00PM WEDNESDAY – FRIDAY
11AM – 7:00PM SATURDAY & SUNDAY
WINE TASTING WEDNESDAY 13 MAY 6:00PM – 7:00PM
(BROUGHT TO YOU BY AUSTINS WINE)