The Adventures of SuperM is a three part spoof film by Lithuanian filmmaker Arunas Eimulis inspired by Turkish trash movies of the 70s. Watch SuperM beat up graffiti vandals, fight car thieves, and battle the Army of Barefoots! All three videos are posted after the jump for your viewing pleasure.
Mike Ruiz presents us with the ultimate (and completely not real) luxury collaboration. The funny thing about this is that it isn’t too far fetched. I can see it now, hundreds of sneaker heads waiting for days in line around their Mercedes dealership for the chance to drive the Michael Jordan Jumpman.
Brooklyn based Pierre Botardo’s collages of possessed ladies, satanic rituals, and naked wolf ladies are right up my alley.
Tricia Cline’s delicate sculptures in porcelain reveal a world where the lines between animals, nature, and man are blurred.
Whimsical, folky, and cuddly illustrations by Sergio Membrillas.
Beautiful/Decay and Prius Projects are proud to present the winner of the Future Perfect project. It was an extremely tough call but after many days of disscussion we are proud to announce Corey Thompson as the grand prize winner! Not only will Corey get a Beautiful/Decay care package valued at $300 from Beautiful/Decay but he will also have an exclusive interview in Beautiful/Decay Book: 6.
We had originally planned on featuring 70 runner-ups in book:6 but having received so many amazing contributions we’ve decided to increase the artist count to 100! Each runner up will have their submissions featured in the book, creating the ultimate creative book filled with visions of a better tomorrow. We can’t release the names of the runner ups just yet but stay tuned for more news as Book: 6 develops!
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These ultra tiny crayon sculptures by Diem Chau are proof that a lil creativity and a ton of patience can produce amazing results!
Street art is really branching out these days into unchartered waters. Case and point, Trash Orcas. Our mammal pals were found swimming through various piles of trash all over Cincinnati. It’s sad to see that such elegant creatures digging through trash for a can of half eaten sardines. Guess we can blame it on the bad economy.