For Andy Warhol’s birthday, the vintage cookbook on which he collaborate with his mom
Jeff Koons’ gorgeous floral sculpture “Split Rocker” outside Rockefeller Center. (at Rockefeller Center)
Realizing there are still a ton of Marvel portraits that I’ve yet to post to tumblr!
I’ll be doing an AP sale of every print from my show, HOPEFULLY soon, so look for that.
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LED-Suit Clad Stuntment Simulate Insane Parkour Run
In a new ad for Lexus created by ad agency CHI & Partners, a team of stuntment in LED-clad suits were suspended along the streets of Kuala Luampur to create a live stop motion parkour segment. The suits each contained 1,680 LEDs and were wirelessly connected to software that triggered them to strobe on cue. See the full commercial here.
Native American performance artist Gregg Deal takes “The Last American Indian on Earth” to the streets of Washington and New York. (Lucian Perkins/For The Washington Post)
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Breaking Free by Grant Liddall. Possibly the greatest GIF of all time
Agricultural Worker, California, 1935, photo by Dorothea Lange
Painful, but true and beautiful.
Pulp fiction clip art. I know I’ll be using this (I recognize two of these book covers)
In this eerie surrealist painting, a murderer nonchalantly haunts the scene of his crime, unaware that it is surrounded by detectives who wait to pounce on the perpetrator. How long have they been watching? It seems that the voyeurs at the window and the bowler-hatted men, one armed with a club and another with a net, who stand concealed in the room must have been there when the woman was killed. They are complicit. Magritte’s deadpan art unsettles by melting boundaries between reality and fantasy. Here he reveals that crime and punishment are mirrors of each other, that detectives and police officers are mysteriously dependent on the existence of crime.
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