SpY is a Madrid based artist who playfully disturbs urban signs and signifiers, often confiscating them, transforming them, then installing them on the street. I love his really simple gestures, like putting orange construction cones on a sculpted bull’s horns–they just have the hilarious edge of an adolescent prankster (who went to art school and secretly adores Duchamp.)
In honor of all things big and tall, Beautiful/Decay is offering up ALL of our XXL t-shirts for the bargain basement rate of $5 only on our online shop. This means nearly 85% off our normal pricing! Why, you ask? Well, with Thanksgiving around the corner, we know you’ll be needing some extra room in your tees, and they make great holiday gifts for the lovable large guy in your life!
To kick off the sale, we hired a top XXL model to promote the Beautiful/Decay shirts on the streets of Los Angeles, though his sales technique was….not exactly what the B/D team signed up for. Watch the video above to see what happens!
Andrew Kuykendall is an LA based commercial photographer- I like his vintage washed out soft palette and use of polaroids in high fashion spreads. Oh and the pug, above. (Ziggy in a hundred years?)
Wendy White was born in 1971 in Deep River, CT. She now lives and works in New York City on these fun paintings. Check it.
To promote their exhibition stand at the Frankfurt Book Fair, Eichborn the publisher prepared 200 flies with an ultra light banner to fly around and help promote.
Phil Hansen’s artwork is fun and unique. Thanks to him, news tabloids just got a little bit more interesting with a series of interpretive pieces from his new series, Art Happenings. Hansen is “… interested in trying to understand whole individuals and whole ideas through the fragmentsof perceptual memory, the sound bites, and the semiotic tokens collected by society and recollected by the individual. It’s the product of these carefully selected elements that multiplies out to a greater whole, and it’s in that product that I look for a more holistic understanding.” Check it out.
Helena Kvarnström “write[s] and take photographs and [is] interested in trees, water, bodies,
ghosts, loneliness, stillness, secrets and hidden threats,” according to the artist. And that’s exactly what her images consist of: women in the wild in striking black and white, lonely in their honesty.
Created by Marc Lewis at The Glamorgan Centre for Art & Design Technology in 1994.