Long time B/D friend UPSO made a fun video for Fuel TV. Check out the stache on this guy. It’s no joke!
Boris Achour is an installation artist living and working in Paris. His most recent work “CONATUS” are a series of designed spaces serving as stages for performances which in turn are recorded and translated into films. This piece is broken up into “episodes” (highly influenced by Boris’ relationship to cinema). The images above are from “CONATUS : THE ONE IN THE CAVE” shown at Galerie Georges-Philippe et Nathalie Vallois in Paris. I love how the girl is urinating in so unabashedly in front of her audience. Be sure to check out the pictures after the jump as well as really awesome video
Thomas Hirschhorn has some really poignant insights on what it means to be an artist in broad reaching terms, from commodity and the art market, the question of form and meaning, truth and beyond.
Canadian sculpture and photography artist Liam Crockard who uses a Tumblr for his portfolio. I like this idea.
Chestnuts roasting on an open fire, sleigh-bells ringing, snow falling softly….and a brand new season of Holiday Apparel from Beautiful/Decay! We are proud to unleash a brand new collection of 11 designs just in time for the holidays, including stand-out graphics by artists Rob Shields, Sentimental Soycheese, Kyle Thomas, Pablo Alfieri, Vladimir Sengotskiy, Sylvain Bousseton and Ben Thomas.
Get a head-start on your holiday shopping- buy Beautiful/Decay designs at the online shop and the designs after the jump!
Happypets is an experimental lab in the creative, graphic design, image and illustration domain, based in Lausanne, Switzerland.
Matthew Stone is an artist based in London who has practice in photography, performance, video, drawing, and sculpture. Stone is also a long time friend and collaborator with indie-favorite-carnal-lust-inducing fashion designer Gareth Pugh, providing soundtracks to his shows and films. Recent exhibitions and performances have taken place at the Baltic, the Royal Academy, the ICA and Tate Britain.