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Thursday, April 1, 2010
How fabulously and aptly titled! This series of abstract works by Amy Tuso is called the "Please Touch" series. And don't you want to??? I just want to run my fingernails over all those thickly coated shapes and textures. It's a visual and tactile full-entree of sensual exploration. The color balance on Arches #2 is sublimely poised and steady.
Tuesday, March 30, 2010
Saturday, March 27, 2010
Really nothing about Emerging Artists here at all. Last Gasp - a plethora of low-brow collections and eccentric and well...their site says it better that I can. "Last Gasp is one of the largest and oldest publishers and purveyors of underground books & comics in the world, as well as being a distributor of all sorts of weird ‘n’ wonderful subversive literature, graphic novels, tattoo and art books." From Banksy to McGrath, Szukalski, Aye Jay and Atta Boy. Please stop by 111 Minna to see to their 40th Anniversary Show that everyone is talking about. Fab write-up in today's SF Chronicle too. April 1st from 6 until...late. No...this isn't a joke. Meet Ron Turner too. The guy with the long beard.
Thursday, March 25, 2010
Wednesday, March 24, 2010
Monday, March 22, 2010
From men in skirts to underwear and knee socks. The sheer randomness and mock seriousness makes this photo humorous and so terrifically odd that I just want to know more! And it makes me laugh - and don't we all need to that more? Babochkov...more please pray tell.
Thursday, March 18, 2010
Wow...shrink your body and land in this strange and surreal world where a parallel universe exists for our enjoyment. A day at the beach can be yours...and it's so much cheaper then an airline ticket!
Wednesday, March 17, 2010
Tuesday, March 16, 2010
I'm not usually speechless but this little wonder has me in awe. Such a big world in such a small place full of tactile texture that makes me want to touch it. Hiroshi Matsumoto - thanks for sharing your most awesomeness talent with the world. Go World. Oh - did I mention this was only 9cm x 9cm!