crazy art performance art by Mastabba Galgal at Death by Audio 9PM this monday (May 21st) in Brooklyn

Tomorrow, May 1st, 2012, join the MAY DAY General Strike, learn more here

connect the dots murals, completed by art show attendees, enables dialogue between spectator and spectacle. 

"All in a days work" by Boris Glamocanin and Sandra Dukic

seen at Splatterpool Artspace, 138 Bayyard St, Brooklyn, NY, April 6th, 2012

"those who can conceive of great ideas as well as accomplish them are artist." Shih Chieh Huang’s robotic sculptures embody this notion the fullest extent.

Check out more of his technical wizardry here.

incidental paint smears, a sweet ambiance, massive paintings that flourished the gallery walls like a bouquet of frozen fireworks. Lola Schnabels solo show was well attended.

seen at The Hole, 312 Bowery, New York, NY, December 16th, 2011

Polaroids of naked people, people doing weird stuff, and naked people doing weird stuff. These are the Polaroids from the 1980’s that inspired the Polaroids taken in the first decade of the 21st century. “Fucked Up in Minneapolis” by Robert Whitman

seen at Black and White Gallery, 483 Driggs Ave, Brooklyn, NY, December 9th 2011

Cannon Ball Press is a woodcut printing press that sells prints by various artist for $20. Prints were on display at their holiday party. 

seen at Oracle 113, 113 2nd street, New York, NY, December 2nd 2011

at one point people thought futuristic living would be super clean and bacteria free, utopian aesthetics were sterile and polished.. then George Lucas made Star Wars and showed us that pollution would always be with us, if not more abundant. Lekan Jeyifous’s illustration (above) seems to have embodied the notion of a ‘not so pretty future’ in design and function. the triangular exoskeleton of an urban residence, prefabricated because most major structures in the future will be so, coupled with the political pollution of Orwellian surveillance. 

seen at SkinkInk, 177 North 10th Street, Brooklyn, NY, December 9th, 2011

humans have now discovered three new cures to boredom.. concepts and designs by Gregory Witt, Katie Koepfinger and Jacob Tonski. i looked at their web pages and they all seem to be like really smart artist, inventor, creative types who will surely make some more awesomeness soonish. from the Creatomatic open reception.

seen at Eyebeam, 540 W 21 street, New York, NY, December 1st, 2011

legos as pixels

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seen at a gallery in chelsea, nyc, december 1st, 2011

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