David Choe has gotten together again with DVS-1 for Norway's Nuart Festival. Another ridiculous collaboration, a full room, floor to frickin celing...

 

 

 

 

 

Interesting stuff from Jose Rodolfo Loaiza Ontiveros and his latest project Disenchanted. Described as, 'half tribute and half social criticism. It's a re-contextualized artistic proposal on the strength of time-honored iconoclasm and the weakness of haphazard ideology.' Well put, and really well executed...

 

 

 

 


 

 

Aruliden introduces, Fishscape, an amazing hand-blown 2.5 gallon fisbowl made in Turkey by Gaia & Gino. Grab one here for $140...

 

Josh Keyes will be releasing his 2009 painting, Scorch I as a print this Fri in association with the Sink or Swim benefit exhibhition at Spoke Art in San Fransisco. It's an 18" x 24" archival giclee, numbered and signed with an edition of 150 for $200. It will be available at the opening when doors open at 6pm. Proceeds from the sale the print will be donated to the Tokyo based non-profit organization Pangeaseed to help support the battle against illeal shark finning...

 

Billed as 'Europe's largest permanent street art project' See No Evil is an event held in England whose basis is to help 'revitalize one of the more drab streets in the heart of Bristol.' El Mac painted another amazing mural he calls Clothed With the Sun. 'You could interpret it as an updated Madonna painting, or an homage to single mothers in a country that has the highest rate of single mothers in Europe.' Incredible stuff, I put another piece he did almost a year ago down in Mexico...

 

 

 

 

 

 

'Currently on view at the Chatsworth House grounds in the UK is the annual Sotheby’s Beyond Limits sculpture exhibition.' Among some of the brilliant works display are a couple Damien Hirst pieces which he described as his continuation of interest between the relationship of science and religion. 'In a way science brings religion down to earth and to cut open mythical creatures and expose them as no different to mortal horses is somehow still magical. It's kind of like exploding a myth to make it real.'

 

 

 

Pretty clever mug, bunch of other cool/weird stuff over at Archie Mcphee's...