Audrey Kawasaki’s first solo show in Japan


Audrey Kawasaki’s first solo show in Japan is opening this weekend at Space Yui Gallery in Tokyo. Check out a preview interview with Audrey on arrested motion and all of the work from the show here

Charles Glaubitz in the tree’s


Charles Glaubitz currently has a show at Dirty Pilot. This piece is my favorite, check out the link to see the making of it.

Via: here

beautiful decay 2.0


Beautiful Decay has reinvented itself. The new issue available July 1st, will be double the size and feature no advertisements. Here’s the low down:.

• Eliminated ALL traditional advertising

• Made an 50% increase in page count, meaning 164 pages of pure, unfiltered content

• Features now have double the page space, with more full-color images & articles

• Articles now run 16-20 pages, providing some of the most in-depth coverage of emerging artists available today

• Released in limited edition format of only 1,500-2000 copies, each one hand numbered

• Each issue comes with a limited edition collaborative artist projectranging from inserts, stickers, posters, to original artwork

• Presented in new format & size, including French flaps and multiple printing processes within

• Released 3 times a year (once every 4 months)
To celebrate our new expanded format, Issue 1 will feature a hand-drawn, original artwork by previously B/D featured artist Kyle Thomas.

So subscribe now to get the free art!

They also have released the Spring 09 line (pictured) for their apparel arm. Click here to check out the store now and get your water park attire ready for spring/summer.

work in progress


Here’s a link to a nice interview with Patrick Gildersleeves, at Ardentees site.

take my heart, please


Fernando Vicente is a Spanish illustrator.  His website contains a lot of his commercial work but, his blogs’ have more of the “Art”.

the grandeur of European Rococo architecture


We just discovered Free News Projects, who in turn introduced us to Pablo Bronstein.

“London-based Pablo Bronstein is a young artist floating out of time. His is an eye that can, say, synthesize the dripping, ornate grandeur of European Rococo architecture with the juvenile, weird, building-block edifices of the 1980s. In A Guide to Postmodern Architecture in London, a short book published by Walther Konig in 2008, Bronstein made it look obvious, and perfect. Bronstein’s indulgence educates selflessly, for his is an art that encourages others to look harder and draw the most from their own obsessions. In October 2006, the artist dryly guided a coach tour around London to share his discoveries.” Thanks to FNP for the tip.

Dave Choe in China


Dave Choe put a bunch of images up on his blog from his current stay in China.  If you ever had any doubts about his skills, put them to bed.

via, AM

David Ellis in New Zealand


David Ellis just finished up a month-long residency in New Zealand that culminated in a show of new works at Webb’s.  While the show did just close this past Friday, there are still some pieces available.  With the Dollar at the US’s advantage, a piece like Record & Tapes (above) will only run you $1857.00 US, instead of the 3500 $NZ that it was pegged for.  Absolute steals are to be had. See more of the work here, and more information after the jump.

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