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Beautiful/Decay Book 1 Release Wrap-Up

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Thank you to everyone who came out to the book signing/release party of Book 1! We were lucky to have three of our featured artists, Ben Tegel, David Jien and Kyle Thomas customizing each and every cover of Beautiful/Decay with an original piece of artwork. There were even some collaborative, exquisite corpse style drawings between the three artists! It was great to meet all of the artists, designers and Beautiful/Decay fans that attended. Visit the Beautiful/Decay Flickr page to view photos from the event!

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Citrus Report Features

Beautiful/Decay Interview on The Citrus Report

Evan La Ruffa did a nice interview with me about the past, present, and future of Beautiful/Decay on The Citrus Report. Thanks Evan!

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Gaetano Pesce

Not really sure when Italian architect and designer Gaetano Pesce was created these mountainous waterfall sofas though it seems he’s no stranger to challenging the mass market perception of furniture design. His most famous design was the “Organic Building” in Osaka, Japan.

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Michael Langan

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Animator Michael Langan completed the short film Doxology for his thesis in the RISD animation program. The film combines a plethora of unusual animation techniques to create “an experimental comedy about tennis, dancing cars, and God.” Click here to watch it.

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Museum Studio

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Museum Studio is a Stockholm-based design/illustration studio which has done some very cool work for clients like Nike as well as a print publication called Museum Paper.

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Lou Beach

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Los Angeles-based pop illustrator Lou Beach has been creating these bright, comical collages since the 70s and 80s. While collage work doesn’t normally do it for me, I like this stuff. He’s also done a ton of commercial work over the years, including album covers like Blink 182′s opus, Dude Ranch.

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John Lurie

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Bird Falls Near Chinese Garbage

Minneapolis born John Lurie is a jack of all trades. He was originally a musician, playing sax in NYC no wave group Lounge Lizards. Later, in the 1980s, he moved on to acting, having a number of memorable roles in Jim Jarmusch movies like Down By Law. Mostly recently however, and especially since isolating himself due to what seems to be Lyme disease, Lurie has been a painter, creating dark, absurdist works with unusual titles. If you like his work, I recommend adding him on Facebook. His online updates are little gems of black humor, just like his paintings.

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Afghan Star

Just watched Afghan Star yesterday and was extremely impressed by this Sundance Award winning Documentary….

After 30 years of war and Taliban-rule, pop culture has returned to Afghanistan. Afghan Star – a Pop Idol-style TV series – is searching the country for the next generation of music stars. Over 2000 people are auditioning and even three women have come forward to try their luck. The organizers, Tolo TV, believe with this programme they can ‘move people from guns to music’.

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