Daily Archives: Jun 17, 2010

Lissie Under the Covers

When up-and-coming LA singer/songwriter Lissie puts her considerable chops to a song she straight kills it (her immacualte backing band doesn’t hurt, either). Here’s a trio of covers: Kid Cudi’s ‘Pursuit of Happiness’, Metallica’s ‘Nothing Else Matters’ and GaGa’s ubiquitously covered ‘Bad Romance’. She doesn’t just cover each track, she imbues them with raw, unadulterated […]


No matter your faith, or lack thereof, you can’t deny that religious iconography is beautiful on an artistic level. Some may see German artist Stefan Strumbel‘s Kruzifix series as sacrilegious, but taken for what it is, he has undoubtedly created beautiful art in the form of crucifixes for his solo show, Home Sweet Home, displayed at the […]

Soda Bottles for Light

Sarah Turner, a UK-based designer who specializes in making decorative lighting from a not so typical material, recycles plastic bottles. Her studio collects the bottles from various cafes and homes and then cleans and sandblasts them so they are ready to be re-sculpted. The following bottles recently won her the Readers’ Choice Grand Price at […]

Caitlin Hackett

These amazingly creepy, animal meets human parts drawings were done by the talented Caitlin Hackett. “In my work I am exploring the relationship between humans and animals; the idea of the human denial of our animal nature and of humans as the dominant species, as well as the mutation of the animal created by the […]

Bossy Bear & Friends

David Horvath, you know the co-creator of those Ugly Dolls, will be collaborating once again with Toy2R releasing these great figures with the classy black color line. Here’s what was said about it on their facebook: “Toy2R and David Horvath are going old school with this very limited release of some vintage looking Bossy Bear […]

Hello, My Name Is

Martha Cooper is best known for documenting the New York graffiti and hip hop scene beginning in the late 1970’s. Her famed photography has given her legendary status when it comes to street art and the culture that comes along with it. In her latest book, Name Tagging, Cooper takes a mundane nametag sticker that was once used primarily in the […]

The Special Relationship

Care for a spot of Dizzee Rascal with that tie, gov’nor? Now that the passions from our World Cup grinder are past us, I feel ok mending diplomatic fences with the Old Country and posting this vid of Dizzee Rascal spittin’ lines over a remix of Tears for Fears classic ‘Shout’, all in the service […]

Light Warfare

Light Warfare as in “a war with lights,” not “just a little bit of war” – there’s no such thing. Making the rounds on the interwebs this week is a video by Freddie Wong aka freddiew, featuring a one-minute stop motion, action-packed video, showing what can be done using the photographic technique of “light painting” or long exposure […]