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Archive for August, 2009

Xiao Hong ~ Mizuma Art Gallery

Monday, August 17th, 2009

Xiao Hong. Mizuma art gallery.

Xiao Hong
intellectual youth
2007
Oil on canvas
170×150cm

Xiao Hong
intellectual youth
2007
Oil on canvas
170×150cm

Andy Milonakis

Saturday, August 15th, 2009

Take a deep breath and prepare to forget everything you know, the future is here and it’s name is Andy Milonakis.

Check this guy ouy. Subscribe to his channel and listen to his Ed Hardy Rap. And here i was, totally convinced by the wakness of cool kids and all those faggy little hip-hop parties which use lightning bolts and dollar signs in their promo, that Rap was dead.

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Horoiwa, Work in progress.

Thursday, August 13th, 2009

Dante Horoiwa mural progress in Rotterdam.

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Noel Coward. Mad Dogs and Englishman

Wednesday, August 12th, 2009

Pure class.

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Shohei Takasaki

Wednesday, August 12th, 2009

From Tokyo Japan, artist designer Shohei Takasaki dope work is applied across projects ranging from his personal work to art direction for albums covers as well as Dark Funk Spot, a series of free magazines and alphabet remixes with minori-team mate Washiyo Tomoyuki as well as Love, a live painting project.

Shohei will be launching his latest collection, “splithead” at PLSMIS Gallery in Aoyama on September 12th. More details soon.

Nice will be on the case with shots of the show and artwork, until then check these shots from Shohie’s site.

Oono
“We live in city. We live in jungle. It’s time to be drinking.”

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Red Hot Mumma
790 x 910 Ink on paper
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DJ Baku Dharma Dance Album artwork

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Bozo Skeleton

“This “BOZO SKELETON (aka Stupid Skeleton)” is obviously what a person looks like after death. But BOZO SKELETON handsomely wears a tight suit and a fancy hat, holds a flower, key, gun, pen…and looks in some sense adorable and also cool. It almost seems like he’s trying to do what he wanted to do before he died, and he’s enjoying himself while he whistles in the dark.

You never know when you are going to die in the world today, and you can feel the effort of a human trying to live the life to the fullest through this dead BOZO SKELETON.

This is a story of a departed soul trying to bring back the passion of a normal human being, the passion that living human beings hold.”

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A Morning

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The Mirror Stage ~ Kill Pixie & CLeon Peterson @ Monster Children 20th.

Wednesday, August 12th, 2009

Next week.

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Al Stark Ruins

Wednesday, August 12th, 2009

Random goodness from Melbourne artist Al Starks blog. RSS it
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Espionage, Saturday August 22nd

Wednesday, August 12th, 2009

JPS just sent me some details on a party he’s doing.

Doesn’t get any better, old school meats future school when Klute and Pritchard play  the same party.

Will be huge.

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Bad Paintings of Barack Obama

Tuesday, August 11th, 2009

For a laugh…  http://badpaintingsofbarackobama.com/

Hitotzuki ~ Kami and Sasu

Thursday, August 6th, 2009

For me Kami and Sasu represent the heart of Tokyo’s street art scene, the originators from where the cities scene draws its inspiration, its love of geometry based design and its understanding of composition and interacting with the environment. Here is an excerpt from their website. www.hitotzuki.com

“HITOTZUKI’s art work are collaboration of KAMI and SASU.They met and began working together in 1999.Kami creates strong wavy lines, and Sasu paints colorful geometrical patterns. They also work individually as well. In 2000, they participated in Barnstomers project and started working on murals. Since the beginning of their collaboration they have named their work as “HITOTZUKI”. They have been working both internationally and in Japan. Together they live in Tokyo and have a one year old son. They continue to travel around creating huge size murals.

The name “HITOTZUKI”, stands for the sun and the moon, contrary to one another, like a plus sign and the minus sign, female and male, they differ yet still fuse together to make a whole. Their work is done dynamically and with freehand. Kami and Sasu, work depicts scenery from their lifestyle and feelings from their daily life while at the same time expressing hope for the future. They work as a family creating an ideal image of both their lifestyle and their future as “HITOTZUKI”.”

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Hitozuki has also released a new T-shirt design which has just gone up on their online store.
Check it here, only $60AUS.
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Koan

Cognitive Dissident.

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