Archive for November, 2009
I don’t really know Dean but I have been a fan of his photography and video work for a long time now. My friend Damani produced a bunch of his videos over the years. There’s some real gems here.
Deans own words:
There’s a huge mix of stuff available here, from polaroids to massive 20×24 inch prints. [...]
I hit up the Juxtapoz Magazine 15 year anniversary hosted by the Soul Assassins in LA the past week. Lots of great art and cars in the house SA style. Here’s some pics and yeah I know I’m dumb late with this stuff
Shepard Fairey…..A pause for the cause right here….Shep took a [...]Read More..>>
The video is unreal looks like an old Jackson 5 cartoon…Good tune…enjoyRead More..>>
The Last Known whereabouts of Penny Stone
Candice Tripp was a new discovery for me. She is showing adjacent to Kris Kuksi at Joshua Liner Gallery. I liked the playful nature of her work. It was kind of like a tongue in cheek slightly creepy kids coloring book as a show if that makes any sense. [...]
DJ Finds Out Charles Manson Is His Dad
By Dennis Romero for the LA Weekly
?A Los Angeles man who works as a DJ and grew up as an adopted child in the Midwest recently revealed that his father is convicted killer Charles Manson, who, along with his “Manson Family” followers terrorized L.A. 40 years ago.
Matthew Roberts, [...]
I was in Frisco recently and took these. My dad’s 73 and beat liver cancer earlier this year. He is also my best friend. Life is a long journey and with my Mother battling Alzhiemers the last 5 years the import of being close to my dad and spending as much quality time as I [...]Read More..>>
I was pushing down the street the other day and stumbled upon this. I looked up and saw this huge balloon on top of a building on Suffolk street and I dug it. it reminded me of Nara’s work a bit,playful, fun,engaging and interactive to an extent. I popped in a dug what I saw. [...]Read More..>>
I had the distinct pleasure of watching Barry Mcgee who I don’t really know and my friend Phil Frost hang they’re show at Prism gallery in LA the other day. It was a truly amazing experience check out the work as it was being hung!
D Ross NYC
Kris Kuksi had a opening this Saturday in NYC. His work is unique,original,dark,macabre and amazing. He calls his style augmented mixed media me I just call it tremendous. I copped one of these pieces ( A small one at that!) after I get it I will post here as I already know where I’m gonna [...]Read More..>>