June 30th, 2012 by ReneeRuin
This piece still makes me laugh every time I see it.
Playdate, Jackson and Manson (2006) created by John Waters, ‘American filmmaker, actor, stand-up comedian, writer, journalist, visual artist, and art collector, who rose to fame in the early 1970s for his transgressive cult films’.
June 28th, 2012 by Sofi
Say hello to the first clothing drop from our friends WLDWLVS, and congratulate them on creating a collection that’s not boring as (ass) shit. We’re currently swamped with T releases (c’mon…it’s true), but the awesome designs from Stu Allen, Mike Chang & Craig Barrowman that feature in this drop, make it a collection after our own heart.
“WLDWLVS hails from Aberdeen, Scotland and started as a blog dedicated to raising the profile of talent in the North-East. We now promote artists, illustrators, film makers, skateboarders and anyone with talent from all over the globe. The t-shirts are an extension of this and through them we are introducing the work done by local folks to greater audiences. Everyone gets a fair cut and profits from sales with be used to fund the next tee drop and in turn showcasing another great batch of artists.” – WLDWLVS.
Check the full collection & buy T’s here.
June 28th, 2012 by Sofi
We’re having a 1 week FLASH SALE on all Actual Pain from the Spring ’12 Collection. All T’s, Tanks & Caps £25 (£32.50 full price). There isn’t much left…so be quick. Follow this link to be taken to the sale…
June 26th, 2012 by Sofi
The upcoming ‘Life & Death in Black & White’ Exhibition based in Cleveland, Ohio (Nov 12th) will feature a collective of over 20 artists from around the globe (including our UK friends Scott Move & Jimbob Isaac). All pieces will focus on, and be inspired by ‘Life & Death’…an interesting concept, and we’re excited to see the show…anyone wanna buy us flights to Ohio?
“Life & Death in Black & White” is a collection of today’s finest graphic illustrators, album cover artists, comic artists, tattoo artists, etc depicting their view of life and death . L/D in B/W means to showcase the time, detail, dedication and imagination put forth by these national and local artists and bring them and the art of illustration the full credit and appreciation that it has always rightly deserved”.
You can see the full line up or artists, and find out more about the show here.
Curated by James “Human Furnace” Bulloch and Martin Geramita.