Levi Mandel is a photographer who was born in Seattle in 1985. By the age of nine he had already decided that as an adult he would live in New York City. His knack for getting into trouble started early too around that time; in 1997 Levi got suspended from middle school for doing graffiti, and it would be that combination of a gifted eye for composition and inclination towards mischief that would come found the basis for his photography.
Up and coming artists The Yok and Sheryo have been staying on their grind and have an exhibition this Thursday called “PIPE DREAMS” at Krause Gallery, 149 Orchard St. 7 – 9pm NYC.
They’ll be exhibiting vases they painted in Northern Vietnam and a series of canvas pieces, plates and works on paper & old chinese maps. it also looks like they made some kind of goddamn stoner dragon. shit be niiiiiice.
Everything about La Rocque’s stenciling method sticks to the classic technique… except he paints by blowing marijuana smoke onto the paper. He smokes a lot to get the effect- a stain which looks like the brown resin you’d find inside of a well-used weed pipe.
Jennifer May Reiland is an artist, filmmaker and writer, a modern renaissance woman, who is now travelling the world, making art, writing and exploring.
Mike Diana, born 1969, is an illustrator and comic artist whose work frequently delves into comic violence and sexual depravity. Much of his work is funny, mocking things like sex, family values, the church, drugs, and generally just “values” in general. To quote the erection-sporting guy on cover of Boiled Angel #6, “I love engaging in antisocial behavior.”
Possibly a better Smoke Weed to This than the last best Smoke Weed to this. Wait, What? I’m high as fuck. Rad art that will permanently solidify your boner for Japanese stuff.
Sinboy has been overseas tearing shit up with his street art, designs, and now with his band, The Nuggers. We linked up with him this week to get the low down on all things Sinboy.
Uno Moralez is an artist that makes creepy gifs, standalone images and comics that he calls digital short stories. His art consists of black and white pixels that look like 16 bit versions of macabre 50’s comic strips. This would probably be found in a pulp fiction series like Terror Tales or Dime Mystery. We’re […]
buy real steroids “Daniel Franke (1982) works as an artist, designer and music video director in Berlin. His works challenge the restrictions of conventional spatial frameworks and – concepts: digital simulations should no longer be limited to an on-screen -display; instead the digital might be imagined as transferable into real space and thus extend perceptions of “the real”. Ultimately […]
LucyandBart, an artistic collaboration between Lucy McRae and Bart Hess, explores the genetic manipulation of the human form through the use of home-made “prosthesis”.
If you go to the website of animator Casey Jane Ellison you’ll find that she has in her crosshairs nothing less than “world domination”, and then if you head over to her multi artist project, Aboveground Animation, you’ll find out that she has created an entire universe that serves as an arena for stories that […]
Matthew Brandt’s “Lakes and Reservoirs” series captures that dreamy longing-for-summer feeling you’ve got right now in NYC. His crisp, nostalgic images of a day on the lake washed with a psychedelic tint reminds you of that time you went camping with your friends for the July 4th weekend and tripped on shrooms the whole time.
Ben Frost is a Sydney, Australia based artist that makes work that is critical of modern (pop) culture, capitalism and society at large. Heady it is not – you don’t have to read too far into an image of two girls poking at each other’s nipples superimposed onto a pack of Viagra – but it is fun, bright, and kinda makes you feel like you’re in a porno Disneyland.
We want to take acid and stare at these for hours, shrinking down to ant size in our minds and walking around in these “Spirited Away” anime hotels for weeks on end.