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New Beautiful/Decay wallets!

"Satellite" by Sentimental Soycheese


"Throw Up" by Skwak

Beautiful/Decay recently teamed up with Poketo to create custom wallets! The first is the  interstellar design “Satellite” by anonymous art collective Sentimental Soycheese, featuring a B/D spaceship in a gradient lit space-scape. Second is “Throw Up” by Skwak, whose main character is a multi-eyed blue behemoth barfing a macrocosmic selection of minute monsters. 

 

The wallet contains 3 slots for credit cards, a bill slot, and a change purse. It’s 8.5″ x 3.75″ open, but folds perfectly to fit in your pocket (4.25″ x 3.75″). All wallets are limited edition and all online orders come with a matching badge/pin too!

 

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Christian Stearry

Christian Stearry is great example of what happens when one spends their entire youth skateboarding- it begins to permeate every aspect of your life.  His illustrations are focused on the tongue-in-cheek jokes found in growing up “bad,” whether it’s through graffiti, drinking, or being that guy that brings his bong everywhere. Lucky for us, it works.

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HUH. Magazine

HUH. magazineHUH. Magazine is a new free zine coming out of the UK. The color newsprint showcases some pretty neat art and photography from all around the world. You can find the dope zine in bookshops and galleries in London, NYC, Stockholm, Paris, and Chicago. Plus if you order it online, all you need to pay is postage. Pretty legit.

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Edie Fake Knows How To Handle a Pen

Edie Fake resides in Chicago.  In his work with zines, comics, and illustration, he applies a unique sense of design to playful postmodern compositions, and creates original musings on eroticism with subtle, deft penwork. He recently received a book grant from Printed Matter in NYC. He does pretty rad tattoos as well.

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Walk ‘In Orbit’ 65 Feet Off the Ground In Tomás Saraceno’s New Installation

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Artist Tomás Saraceno just opened his newest installation on June 21 at K21 Staendehaus (see his work previously here).  He is known for creating sprawling interactive installations.  However, In Orbit is his largest and most complex piece to date.  Saraceno’s newest work is situated 65 feet over a piazza.  It consists of multi-tiered netting which visitors can wander through.  The installation is scattered with clear and metallic orbs, some nearly 30 feet in diameter, resembling planets floating in space.  [via]

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Carlo Van De Roer

These images are so damn soothing. Carlo Van De Roer’s uncomplicated yet sophisticated compositions calm my soul, in a contemporary-non-smooth-jazz Múm kinda way.

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Dearraindrop

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Dearraindrop is an artist collective. I can’t figure out how many members it has, but I know one is Joe Grillo.  They make clothing with tons of optically intense patches and knitting. Seeing one is basically like looking through a prism at an optical illusion of a lava lamp.  They also do seriously colorful installations and paintings.

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Fleet Foxes – White Winter Hymnal

I was following the pack
all swallowed in their coats
with scarves of red tied ’round their throats
to keep their little heads
from fallin’ in the snow
And I turned ’round and there you go
And, Michael, you would fall
and turn the white snow red as strawberries
in the summertime…

 

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Love it.

Also check out the BD interview of Sean Pecknold, the creator of the music video.

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