There is never a dull moment in Jeremy Bailey’s performances – I’d like go ahead the deliveries of his stand-up/software demos/karaoke sessions as the funnier “artistic” Steve Jobs. In “The Future of Theatre” debuting tonight, he plays “this hopeless and foolish slave trying desperately to conjure his machine to do increasingly absurd tasks of questionable use. Computers are the new chauvinist modernists.”
Los Angeles Ben Bigelow is an extraordinary image-maker and narrator. His newest piece (cowboy and old-western influenced magic) debuts for the first time ever at the Videos Collide in Real 3D Space show tonight! Doors open at 8PM, show starts very promptly at 8:30PM. Bring your loved one, bring your arch-nemesis, your parents, your cyber crush, whoever it is, you’ll all walk out of it excited for the possibility of banishing YouTube and Vimeo and watching time-based art in REAL 3D SPACE.
Really really nice geometric abstractions from Chicago dude – Todd Chilton. Thoughtful, painty, very awesome.
Ping Zhu aka Pingszoo resides in Los Angeles and does wonderful illustration work. Dogs, snowboarding animals, and great portraits all in a playful and colorful style.
Check out her work at Pingszoo as well as more after the jump.
Legendary skateboarder and artist Mark Gonzales is getting ready to do some spring cleaning, and if you are in New York you can reap the benefits. The Gonz is hosting a studio sale, selling original drawings, zines, shirts, and much more. The sale takes place at 580 Broadway on March 29th from 11-8PM. Hit the jump for some more from Mark.
Chris Dents‘ illustrations on architecture explore the modern metropolis. His unique pen style shows the energy of the city through intricate and detailed drawings.
Rachel Domm is an illustrator living and working in Brooklyn, New York, with great work for clients such as The New Yorker and The New York Times. We received her new zine “The Best” in the mail, and it is full of colorful and detailed lighthearted illustrations.