Canada Goose x Eepmon Synthesis Parka





Canada Goose x EEpmon synthesis parka

canada goose x eepmon synthesis parka

However, the detail was a mere minor distraction as we took site of the Eepmon’s inner mural, masterpiece.


KAWS “PASS THE BLAME” at Mary Boone Gallery





An exhibition of colossal COMPANIONS and canvases from Brooklyn Artist KAWS are being shown at the Mary Boone Gallery  (541 W 24TH Street) until December 21. What better way to start the holidays then with an enriching exhibit and maybe walk over to Tao or Nobu for dinner?




KAWS-PASS-THE-BLAME-Exhibition-at-Mary-Boone-Gallery-Chelsea-New-York-8photos via High Snobiety


DIY: Lip Print Wall Art



If you’re like me, you have lots of lipstick shades laying around that were either wrong for you or on the verge of finishing. So in the name of DIY crafts and sustainability, here’s a cool way to get rid of them! via Erica Domesek’s P.S.- I made this

To create: Apply lipstick to your lips. We used an assortment from our favorite brands: ChanelDiorEstée Lauder and Maybelline. Kiss a piece of paper over and over until the color fades. Reapply if necessary or use a different shade and create layers of multi-colored smooches for your loved one. Finish off by placing your personalized artwork in a frame. P.S.- get creative with a cluster of frames in varying sizes.

David Shrigley ‘How Are You Feeling?’ NYC

In between his projects with the Stussy Guest Artist Series and his “Brain Activity” exhibition at the Hayward Gallery, artist David Shrigley has laid claim to a New York City billboard with his How Are You Feeling? portrayal. A dialogue of sorts, the piece features a rather subtle version of Shrigley’s art in the form of various speech bubble which play into a self-respective, yet obscure conversation. How Are You Feeling? will hold down its space above 18th Street through May 7.

Jamie Reid x Shepard Fairey Print Collaboration

Shepard Fairey recently collaborated with one of his most important influences, Jamie Reid. The two artist have come together to produce some collaborative prints. The prints were made to commemorate Reid’s upcoming exhibition, Ragged Kingdom, on May 16, 2012. The show will be taking place at Fairey’s gallery, Subliminal Projects, in the Echo Park neighborhood of Los Angeles. The two prints, “Shoplifters Welcome” and “Bright Future”, will both be available (in person or by phone) that night in a large format, and also on obeygiant.com in a smaller print format.

“Keith Haring: 1978-1982” Exhibition @ Brooklyn Museum

Spanning a period between 1978 and 1982, the retrospective art of internationally celebrated artist Keith Haring will be exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum until July 8. The four-year period marks the early years of Haring’s career, during which he attended the New York School of Visual Arts. This collection covers a wide spectrum of mediums utilized by Haring, including works on paper, video and other objects like sketchbooks, journals, posters and subway drawings.

Brooklyn Museum
Keith Haring: 1978-1982
March 16–July 8, 2012
200 Eastern Parkway
Brooklyn, New York 11238-6052

COMPLEX: The 10 Coolest Art YouTube Channels

Complex are at it again with another great TOP 10. This one is probably the best one yet, so if you have some time on your hands then I highly recommend checking out Complex’s picks for the 10 Coolest Art YouTube Channels. The Tate and MOMA are included alongside the likes of Art Thoughts with Hennessy Youngman. Check out the complete list here.

Futura 2000 “Futura 2012 – Expansions”

One of our favorite artist, Futura 2000 will be unveiling a new body of work consisting of 15 new paintings that were all created in 2011. The new show will be held at Paris’ Galerie Jerome de Noirmont on January 13, 2012. It’s a trek if your in the States to say the least but if you are lucky enough to be around, this is one worth checking out. The show will be up until February 29, 2012, so that should provide you a little time at least. The images are from Juxtapoz Magazine in order to give you a preview of what you are missing.

Collective Art Show in DUMBO This Weekend!

This event will be general Particular’s second collective show featuring an impressive roster of talent. Featured artists include: Jesse Jones, Jamel ShabazzMark Varges, Moni Pineda, and our girl Vanessa Chakour, just to name a few. So I just gave you five reasons right there not to miss this event and I haven’t even mentioned yet that there will be drinks and music as well. Pencil me in.

My Canvas is my Flag – Art Show

This lowbrow group art show is one not to miss with five solid artist on it’s roster including the extremely talented tattoo artist and painter Byron Velasquez. Byron worked out of the renowned Rising Dragon Tattoo shop for eight years where he built up an impressive celebrity clientele consisting of David La Chapelle, Todd Oldman, and rocker Robi Draco Rosa, just to name a few. You can now find him at his own tattoo shop named Abstract Black Tattoo NYC.


This is a show I’ve been looking forward to seeing since I heard the curator behind it was Frankie Velez. His hustle never stops to amaze me –from his early days as a B-Boy to his work as a fashion designer, artistic manager, and event planner. So if you already have plans this Saturday I would start rehearsing your excuse to break them so you can join me at Teneleven Bar/Gallery for the show. The opening reception runs from 7 pm – 10 pm with an afterparty  to follow.

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