Next Wednesday, May 27th, the release party for Yoskay Yamamoto’s (interviewed) white/silver koibito will be held at LeBasse Projects starting at 7 pm. This edition will be limited to 150 pieces and will be priced at $100.Â Randomly inserted along with some of the toys will be drawings, gocco prints, and postcard sets for some lucky collectors.Â This 5th colorway will be exclusive to LeBasse Projects, where Yoskay will also be closing his solo “Hello and Goodbye” show. In addition to the figure, there will […]
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A new limited edition print from Mark Ryden is set to release on May 28th (8 am PDT) on the Porterhouse online store.Â The stunning image, entitled “Tree of Mystery” is a giclee print with letterpressed title and embossed chop on archival cotton rag paper. The print is framed in a beautiful hand-carved wood frame with museum quality archival plexiglass and will be numbered and signed by the Ryden. More info and images after the jump.
German collaborative street art sensation Herakut (interviewed) opened their show “No Placebos” last night at Red Flagg in New York. Plenty of fans were in attendance, despite the fact that it was a “surprise” show with it being announced only the day before the opening. The packed house was definitely a testament to the rapid ascendancy and popularity of their work. The lovely Jasmin aka “Hera” and Falk aka “Akut” were on hand to chat with fans as well as sign copies of their recently […]
On a recent road trip to the Bay Area, AM took the opportunity to visit the studio of Brendan Monroe (interviewed) that he shares with Evah Fan.Â Although Brendan was only in the early stages of preparing for his next solo show at Richard Heller Gallery, there were still many items of interest to discuss and see. Brendan walked us through his woodworking area, showed us various in-progress sculptures, enlightened us a little about his mixed-media technique and even showed us their vegetable garden.Â Surrounded by the […]
An artist duo that we have been following for a long time now, Kozyndan (Kozy & Dan) collaborated with PUMA on a clothing and shoe line a while back.Â Unfortunately, this turned out to be a Europe-only release and fans in the States never got a chance to snatch some of these items up…Â until now. Here is a shot of a window display at the PUMA store on the 3rd St. Promenade in Santa Monica.Â It appears that other stores will be carrying the line as […]
German duo Herakut (interviewed) are hard at work preparing for a surprise show tomorrow night at Red Flagg. The show, entitled “No Placebos,” will run through July 3rd and opens with a reception from 6-8 pm with the artists in attendance and available for signing their recently published monograph The Perfect Merge.Â Hot off their successful exhibition with Campbarbossa, look for them to continue to impress with this New York show.
David B. Smith (interviewed) took time recently to visit Josh Keyes in his studio to check out the progress for his upcoming show “Sprout” (teased). David sent over some images for us to share with our readers and informed us that there will be about 10-15 paintings along with some new limited editions released. Since his many fans, including ourselves, loved his last body of work, expectations are high for this show opening May 30th at the David B. Smith Gallery. Judging from the initial […]
Portugal street artist Vhils, who recently participated at the grand opening of Laz’s Rathbone Place as well as the Tunnel 228 project, just released a video he’s been working one entitled “Scratching the Surface.”Â In it, employing excellent cinematography, he documents the creation of one of his pieces.Â We also get a glimpse at his mastery of all tools of the trade – spray paint, stencil, power tools, hammer and chisel. Via Wooster.
Our friend, Travis Louie (interviewed), who just opened up a show of his own, sent us some pictures from the opening of Marion Peck’s “Ladies and Clowns” last Wednesday night at Sloan Fine Art.Â ThisÂ primarily new body of work mostly sold-out and featured paintings as well a video.Â Take a look after the jump…
A little while back, we gave you a glimpse of a laser cut brooch that was to be released from Audrey Kawasaki (interviewed).Â Well, it appears that some were sold at her Space Yui show in Japan and one, much to Audrey’s displeasure, has even made its way onto eBay. What is even more disturbing is the fact that the auction lists the brooch as being sold out when in fact this item is not even limited in edition and will be released for $35 […]