Friday, July 31, 2009
The Art Syndicate curated a great show that opens this Friday at Space 1026. "One Long Funeral Song" features collaborative works by San Francisco Bay area artists, Monica Canilao and Kyle Ranson.
The artists sum up the idea of the show this way,
“One Long Funeral Song” addresses the clashes and minglings of two magicks. the black, vampiric conjurings of colonialism and the nature magic of indigenous, poor and creative peoples… the contrast between secret societies and open-armed, cooperitive communities. Monica Canilao and Kyle Ranson build a world around the hope that perhaps a third and beautiful magick could be born from this long and bloodied struggle.
heavy discription, but rad art.
i love this blog.... genius
-Urban Rustic: Prosciutto, Avocado, Basil, Pesto, Mozzarella, on a Baguette
-Papa Lima Sandwich: “BLT Perfecto” Bacon, Lettuce, Tomato, Basil Mayo, On toasted rye
-Homemade: “The Dagwood” Pastrami, Roast Beef, Peppered Turkey, Honey Ham, Bologna, Cotto Salami, Provolone, American Cheese, Cheese Whiz, Swis, Pepper Jack, Muenster, Cheddar, Alfalfa Sprouts, Tarragon, Pickles, Red Cabbage, Horseradish with Beets, Mayo, Mustard, Sun Dried Tomatoes, Fresh Tomatoes, Lettuce, Baby Lettuce, Shredded Carrots, Purple Onion, Bacon Bits, on an Onion Roll, White Bread, Dark German Wheat Bread, and Potato Bread.
-Home Made: Crunchy Peanut Butter, Strawberry Jelly, on White Bread
Thursday, July 30, 2009
Tuesday, July 28, 2009
Thursday, July 23, 2009
Jan Dibbits is associated with the land art and conceptual art movements of the 1960s and 70s and holds an international reputation. His oeuvre is primarily concerned with light, observation, perspective, and space. Using string or tape on a flat surface, Dibbets forms a square or rectangle to exploit the illusion of perspective that is created by a camera. This then creates a second illusion of the square simultaneously existing off and out of the picture plane.—Wikipedia
via but does it float
Clark Little's Photography
opening at the Park Chalet in SF
July 29th @ 7pm
The screening will be preceded by music performed by surfer/shaper/songwriter Ashley Lloyd. We will be raffling off one of her boards to benefit the Mauli Ola Foundation.
Wednesday, July 22, 2009
i need these...all of them. please & thank you.
Lumadessa is a little art and design label by Josh Brill.
The Flora Fauna collection is a cataloging of the design identities of plants and animals from around the world. Examining the visual character differences and similarities of species. A field guide of discovery, beginning with birds.
upon purchase: 5% of profits are donated to Animal and Environmental charities. saving the universe, one bird at a time!!
via mike perry
Latest (and official) teaser from Factor Films for the 2010 movie They Came From. Guaranteed to be a highlight of 2010, this video features some of the best riders out there with lots of variety in tricks and locations. AND ITS IN 3-D!! whaaaaat?!?!?!
climatic build up with the song. geez!!! makes me miss snow.
Souther Salazar was born in 1978 in Hayward, CA. As a teenager in the early 1990’s, Salazar made photocopied cut-and-paste minicomics and ‘zines in his bedroom in rural Oakdale. His artwork reinterprets the world, making it into a mythical place full of carnivals, lost cities, giant insects, dinosaurs, and a variety of other creatures.