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Melissa Brown’s Cave View

Nestled around a fire, inside a cozy cave, the first painter picked up some charcoal and drew a Mastodon.  The Cave is also the place where Plato described the world unenlightened people view as “shadows of the images the fire throws” against the back wall.  Courbet painted his cavern, The Source of the Loue, with an oarsman like the mythical Charon, ferrying people across the river Styx for a coin.  Caves are mysterious places, tied into our deepest roots: metaphors for our experiences, fears, and knowledge.  Melissa Brown, who we did a studio visit with a few months ago, has been working with an interesting group of printmakers at Random Number.  She has a new silkscreen out – Cave View.  Check, it, out.

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Brice Bischoff’s Bronson Caves

Since early cinema, The Bronson Caves in Los Angeles have been used as a film location, appearing in Science Fiction (“Invasion Of The Body Snatchers“) and western movies (“The Searcher“) and many television shows.

Photographer Brice Bischoff used the caves once again as a stage set for his series Bronson Caves, creating technicolor ghosts created with colored paper and long exposures. Make sure to Visit Brice’s blog to see some film stills of the caves in various movies from 1932 to present.

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Next Day Flyers Presents: Robjoe

A very nice collection of prints, graphic, typography, and apparel design from Estonian designer/illustrator Robi Jõeleht AKA Robjoe.

 

Robjoe is presented by Next Day Flyers who make postcard printing easy and affordable. For fast postcard printing services, order online.

 

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B/D 50% Off Apparel Sale Ends This Wednesday!

Our massive 50% off apparel and headwear sale ends this Wednesday! Get every single shirt we have on our shop for 50% off. You can even save 50% off items that are already on sale with some shirts costing only $5.00! Just enter discount code: MAYSHIRTSALE and let the savings pour in!

Sale Ends: Wednesday May 25th 2011 At Midnight

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Nikki Toole’s Roller Girls

We posted about Nikki Toole’s Epic photo project last year and wanted to update you again on what she’s been doing since. Roller Girl is the newest batch of work by Nikki, documenting the tough and gritty ladies that take part in the Australian Roller Derby Scene. Based on 19th century military portraits, these roller girls  are battle ready warriors donning their best armour for the war ahead.

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Mark Addison Smith Listens To Your Conversations

 

For over two years Mark Addison Smith has been keeping a visual catalogue of strange, funny, awkward, and quirky conversations he’s overheard.  Each day he writes down things he hears and at the end of the day creates simple yet effective text based illustrations based on the one liners.  What started Mr.Smith on this epic project? Here’s what started it all in the artists own words- ” The idea for this on-going series came about in 2008 during an evening walk to the train. A girl approached me in the Chicago Loop and asked me for a cigarette. I don’t smoke. She replied, “ahh, you look like the right type” and ran off. I ran home and illustrated her words, and have been drawing dialogue ever since.”

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William S. Stone’s Chair Sculptures

William S. Stone’s work blurs the lines between design and art with his reimagined chairs and other domestic furniture.

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Sepe

A number of new mixed media illustrations by Polish street artist Sepe out of Warsaw who just exhibited with Intoxicated Demons.

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