There are other ways to celebrate St. Paddy’s day than dressing like a leprechaun and making a fool of yourself. One way is to join Blood is the New Black and Filth Mart at the First Filth Mart Bazaar of the season!
The open air market features jewelry, clothing, crafts, leather, cereamics and more by
Blood is the New Black, Rossmore, Lux Revival, Cerre, Onward Into the Future Cavern, Kari Janson and more!
Featuring refreshments and Music by Dean Lynch.
1038 N. Fairfax Ave. West Hollywood. 6-9 PM
THIS los angeles presents:
“These Friends 2″
1 year anniversary really big group show.
February 4th, 2011 7-10PM
Gallery hours: Thursday-Saturday 3-7PM
THIS is glad to announce part 2 of the show we kicked it all off with a year ago, These Friends 2. When the 5 of us first conceived this place we all made a list of friends we would like to show a piece and the list quickly grew to over 100 people. It turned out to be a huge success, more people showed up than we knew what to do with, and good times were had. So, let’s do it again. This Friday, February 4th, 7-10 p.m. at THIS los angeles, 5906 N. Figueroa St., Los Angeles, CA 90042. The reception is free and features a DJ and an open bar.
At The Merry Karnowsky Gallery
MERRY KARNOWSKY GALLERY
170 S. LA BREA AVENUE
(IN THE ART 170 BUILDING)
LOS ANGELES, CA 90036
February 5 – March 5, 2011
Tues – Sat 12-6pm
Merry Karnowsky Gallery is proud to present Arms Out, a solo exhibition by Mel Kadel. Using coffee-stained paper, micron .005 pens, hand mixed ink wash, pencil, and blades, the artist creates carefully detailed and layered drawings of childlike characters exploring, opening up, and overcoming peril with fierce determination. Thick layers of hand cut paper are carefully collaged within each scene, making Kadel’s work delicate and dimensional, patterned and precise, with foregrounds, middle grounds, and backgrounds reminiscent of 1950’s engravings.
With a technique some have called “drawing with an eyelash,” Kadel has created a visual narrative that communicates interconnectedness, balance, and the idea that we are all part of a system whether recognized or not. Inertia is an important part of what propels the work, and whether standing idle, entwined, or reaching up, or outward – what Aristotle said is true – the whole is indeed greater than the sum of its parts. In Kadel’s world characters embark on wondrous adventures, face absurd obstacles, and complete daunting tasks within their lush, imaginative world. Undaunted by gravity, they push, pull, climb, and reach to arrive at their veiled destination.
Using her unusual layering technique, the artist creates wallpaper-like patterns with texture and depth in a seamless fashion that suspends her characters somewhere between imagination and reality. Drawn to patterns and repetition, Kadel sets her characters in surreal landscapes where girls’ tears form rivers, and horses are patched together like quilts. Intricate motifs, such as a sun made of flowers, or coils of rope-like bodies, create an allegorical glow, which is disarmingly warm. Also exhibited are more abstracted patterns with flora filled landscapes, independent of figures, yet interdependent with the elements.
Musician Ian MacKaye of Minor Threat says of Kadel’s work, “Mel goes so hard on her work it’s a wonder she hasn’t fallen in. Actually, I think if you look close enough you’ll see a piece of her in every picture. No joke.”
Kadel is originally from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and graduated from Moore College of Art & Design in Philadelphia. After living in New York for a few years, she moved to Los Angeles where she now resides in a log cabin by the 5 Freeway with her partner, artist Travis Millard. Kadel’s work has shown in numerous galleries throughout the United States and abroad in London, Sydney, and Denmark. Her work has appeared in publications including Juxtapoz, Monster Children, and LA Times Magazine.
Finally! Gingko Press has released Dan Monick’s first book of photographs documenting his years and travels with Atmosphere and Rhymesayers.
To celebrate the fine folks at Rhymesayers and Fifth Element have put together a collection of prints from the book and will be showing them at Fifth Element on December 16th 7-10 PM.
For those of you in Minneapolis and or who know folks in Minneapolis, please try to make it down. It should be a really nice night.
Here’s an awesome holiday gift from Derek Albeck!
This is a small varied edition of 5 prints mounted on mirrors and framed
Silkscreen and Spray Paint on Paper Mounted to Mirror
10 by 8 inches (Framed)
Signed Varied Edition of 5 with 2 AP (Varied Meaning each prints colors are different)
Want one? Get it here.
From the mouth of Spears:
IM HAVING AN ART SHOW ON SATURDAY DECEMBER 11TH AT 1PM AND YOU ARE INVITED
IT IS A SHOW ABOUT HOW I LOVE CARS SO MUCH
ALL THE PAINTINGS ARE ON CARDBOARD AND THEY ARE $10 EACH
IT IS GOING TO BE ON THE WALKWAY ABOVE THE 5 FREEWAY BETWEEN THE GLENDALE BLVD AND LOS FELIZ EXITS
I RECOMMEND GETTING DIRECTIONS TO THIS ADDRESS: 2900 Sunnynook Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90039
YOU CAN PARK ON SUNNYNOOK AND THEN WALK ACROSS THE RIVER TO THE FREEWAY
ITS A REAL NICE SPOT
RAIN OR SHINE
(UNLESS ITS TOTALLY POURING OR SOME SHIT LIKE THAT)
Check out BITNB’s Sterling Barlett and 9 other artists in the Anything Goes show at R & R Gallery!
Featuring ten artists, ten canvases and six hours. Any medium, any substance and any process. Artist will have a 1/2 hour to work on each canvas and one hour to complete the canvas that they started with. The night is to inspire each other by working together and removing ourselves from our elements.
Cody Comrie, Evan Rossell, Heather Mcmillen, Kevin Lewis, Kube, Lauren Over, Marc Baker, Nil Ultra, Sterling Bartlett and Wendy Teague
All art will be created the night before.
All art will be burned if not sold. Honestly.
Saturday Dec. 4th, 2010 7 pm – Midnight
Ongoing the 6th – 12th, from 5 – 9p<
R & R Gallery
929 East 2nd Street Suite 106 Los Angeles CA 90012<
TheRandR.org | 213-626-2261 |
BLOOD IS THE NEW BLACK MARKET GIFT-SHOP
1825 Sunset Blvd.
Echo Park, CA
Grand opening Tuesday November 23rd
(use the password “pork chop” for 25% off November 23-28)
open November 23- 24 & 26-28 from 3 PM – 11 PM &
Thursdays thru Sundays the entire month of December
+ gifts of every size and shape all under $50 +
Blood is the New Black, Dark Matter + Ace Mommawolf tee shirts for guys & gals
Jewelry by Alex & Chloe, Species by the Thousands, Laura Lombardi, & Dark Matter
Toiletries that smell good from Portland General Store
Pretty party dresses from Curatorial by popomomo
Clothing for bad-ass babies from Izzy Wolf
Zines, records, small gifts and prints by artsy artists
Vintage flannels for the manly men in your life
Calendars from the Wild Unknown so you don’t miss important appointments
Robert and Leopold mix tapes for people who still have cassette players
Home-made bacon brittle . . . . .and lots more on the way!
Open November 23rd – December 30th
Thursdays – Sundays 3 PM – 11 PM
1825 W. Sunset Blvd
Join Gallery Space this Friday, November 19th from 7pm – 9pm for the opening reception of Play It As It Lays. The group show, a tribute to writer Joan Didion, features the reactionary works of eleven artists to Didion’s 1970 novel, Play It As It Lays.
Featuring artwork by Blood is the New Black artists Natascha Snellman and PJ Risse
**Skye Parrott solo exhibition
@ Capricious Space
November 19, 2010 – January 2011
Opening Reception: Friday, November 19, 7-9pm
Capricious Space is located at 103 Broadway, Brooklyn, New York 11211 tel: 718-384-1208
Hours: Wednesday to Saturday, noon to 6 pm. For additional information about Capricious, please visit http://www.becapricious.com
Having grown up with a photographer mother, Parrott’s life had been thoroughly documented until her adolescence, and then again by herself starting at seventeen. But the turbulent period in between was a void in terms of visual record. Following the demise of two key relationships, one with her first love, a boy named Alex, and then of their mutual relationship with drugs, they both went off to rehab and soon after she began taking photographs. From that brief era, she was left only with some vivid memories of particular moments. First Love, Last Rites turns around about a year and a half of her life, beginning when she was fifteen. For this work Parrott asked friend (and sometimes collaborator) Valentine Fillol-Cordier to play her, and with her old clothes and the other people who figured into these memories, she set out to recreate her recollections from these previously undocumented years.
Central to this body of work is Parrott’s interest in the subjectivity of memory. “People choose a few things to remember and those memories become representative of entire relationships or events. In doing this work, I was keenly aware that what I remembered might not be ‘real.’ Curious to explore what had actually happened, after making the photographs I interviewed Alex to find out what he remembered. There was a lot of overlap, but there were huge discrepancies too. There were incidents I thought of as key but that he had forgotten entirely but remembered when I mentioned them and vice versa. And there were places where our stories just completely diverged. I think it points to the way that memories form us, and as we form, we reshape them to fit.” This is sometimes reflected in the exhibition: a detail that she mentions in her text is intentionally different in the corresponding photograph. A scene that takes place at night is shot during the day, or a gesture is reconfigured. In this way, Parrott explores the notion that memory, and even experience, is not “true.” Rather it is something in between truth and fantasy because it goes through the filter of who we are.
In a booklet accompanying the exhibition, we are given a glimpse of the physical records that do exist from this time in Parrott’s life. Along with images from the show, she presents personal artifacts including letters, photographs, and items found inside old pockets, a personal text, and the transcript of an interview with Alex.
This weekend only! Get a BITNB Patrick Jilbert tee and a tattoo for just $31!
31 dollars plus 9 dollar gratuity (thats 40 bucks) gets a Halloween tattoo or gift certificate both a 75 dollar value. Blood is the New Black is printing a limited edition Alchemy Tattoo t-shirt to be included with every purchase while supplies last. Any questions call the shop 323-666-1313
Blood is the New Black artists Skye Parrott and Alec Friedman present Secrets
a photography group show
October 29 – November 14
Opening reception October 29, 7 – 10 pm
1520 N. Cahuenga, Los Angeles, CA
Andreas Laszlo Konrath
Virginia Rolston Parrott
David Benjamin Sherry
iO Tillett Wright
For our Japanese friends, please visit this show already in progress featuring works by Blood is the New Black artists Ahonen and Lamberg and Skye Parrott.
Ahonen and Lamberg
Hisham Akira Bharoocha
B GALLERY(BEAMS JAPAN 6F)
3-32-6 shinjyuku Shinjuku-ku
Get your hands on some brand, spankin new BITNB tees on Friday!
What happens when Apartment 3, Unique LA and HD Buttercup collaborate on creating the hottest boutique in LA??
4,000 sq feet of Serious Awesomeness. You are exclusively invited to be the first to see the brand spankin new Apartment 3 Unique LA boutique @ HD Buttercup.
Please Join us for the grand opening party Friday night October 22nd from 8-11pm!!!
Join Refinery29, L.A. Vintage Exchange, and Rossmore at Space 15 Twenty in Hollywood this Thursday night from 7-10pm for one-a-kind L.A. designer finds, delicious drinks, mad music, and editor’s picks from R29!!
Shop a finely curated group of L.A. designers and boutiques, many of which are offering one-night only discounts to Refinery29 fans.
R29 will be capturing pics for their Street Style segments + enter for your chance to win designer goods from Maxine Dillon, Laeken, Rossmore, LA Vintage Exchange & Zodiac USA.
Check out the link to today’s story on R29: http://www.refinery29.com/come-celebrate-los-angeles-fashion-week-at-our-big-ash.php
Full List of Participating Designers:
What Goes Around Comes Around
Blood is the New Black
LIVE! on Sunset
Curatorial by Popomomo
Haus of Price
Zodiac + The General Store
L.A. Vintage Exchange
+++ Musical stylings by DJ Softcore & Mixmaster Noah Massey+++
♥ Sweet treats by I Heart Pies + cool drinks by Honest Tea + $4 beer & vodka by Umami Burger ♥
Be there for your chance to win an item from Maxine Dillon, LAEKEN, Rossmore, LA Vintage Exchange + Zodiac USA is giving away a pair of VTG + New boots!
Blood is the New Black’s Jason JFish Fischer of the Pony Club gallery is proud to present a celebration of monstrously erotic splendor, a group show called “Monsterbation”! Allow Jason and fellow artist friends the pleasure to subdue your senses and sexual sensations in this show which celebrates the monster of eroticism.
Featuring new work from over 30 artists including Lauren Albert, Jess Fink, Phil McAndrew, Erin McCarty, Jon MacNair, Vicki Nerino, Allison Sommers, Jack Teagle, Britt Wilson, Santiago Uceda, Jeni Yang and more!
Premiering Thursday October 7th, 2010 6-10pm at Pony Club gallery following with a closing party on Halloween Sunday October 31st 6-10pm including a costume contest awarded with prizes!
If you’re in San Francisco this weekend (like I will be) make sure to check out Christopher Bettig’s opening at Candystore Collective. Not familiar with Christopher’s work? You will be soon after we release a great run of tees by him this winter!
Opening Reception and Party
Friday, October 1st
6:30pm to 8:30pm
HELLO by Candystore Collective
2226 Bush Street, SF CA 94115
Of Woe & Magic is the beauty of being alone in the desert and under the moon. I want to watch the dying suns and witness the new ones being born. Everything to and from dust. I miss you already. Turquoise jewelry, geodesic domes, telepathy & a feather in your hair. I want to run naked in the sunshine with you. It’s about all the love I have for everything. There may be a crystal or two involved, sorry, I tried to keep it scientific. Let’s all make something by hand. I sewed, printed, and painted this. It is only the beginning. Everything is infinite. It will last forever & it will also end on November 1, 2010.
Christopher Bettig is a French / American artist currently based in Los Angeles. His artwork takes form in various mediums ranging from crafty to painterly or illustrative, all the way to large scale sculptural installations. Often using a soft palette, his fine art can be described as decorative upon first glance until subtle layers reveal the underlying complexities in his paintings and hand-sewn paper collages. A consistent theme of recycling and reusing common objects, often deemed as waste or garbage, which would normally be destined for a landfill has become a personal trademark for him and a sort of ode to environmental stewardship.
Our Summer Fling Truck was featured on the Fox 11 News Tuesday! How awesome is that?!!!??!
Check out the footage here and come grab some tees, cases, and ice cream from us before summer is over this Saturday at 7650 Melrose Ave from 12-6 PM.
You are invited to HOMECOMING, a week-long creative space featuring programming curated by Dossier with a photo studio by photographer Dan Martensen. Events include live performances, art exhibitions, panel discussions, screenings, and more. See attached invite for full schedule.
267 Elizabeth Street, NY, NY
Open Daily 12 – 12
Sit for a portrait with photographer Dan Martensen, 2 pm – 8 pm daily
Participate in a video booth confessional project by Crystal Moselle and Skye Parrott, all day every day
Enjoy free coffee provided by Birch Coffee
Curated cultural events each night
Cocktail reception, parties and music events are by invitation only and require an RSVP.
All other events are open to the public.
The wall is done. It’s up for the next two months, so if you’re in NYC stop by and enjoy seeing Josh Slater’s work on a massive level. It’s on Spring St. between Crosby and Lafayette.
To see more check out Josh’s blog here.
If you were following us on Twitter last week you probably noticed how much we like Karaoke, it’s a little sickening even. Our friends from New York City have made the trek to sunny Los Angeles to bring you Bootyoke, Karaoke + Booty Shorts!
Our Summer Fling Truck will be there all night long helping you cool off from the hot jamz with some cool ice cream. See you Thursday night!
Congratulations to Josh Slater, the temple he designed was featured in MGMT’s new video appropriately named “Congratulations.”
The temple makes an appearance around the 3 minute mark.
WATCH IT HERE
In conjunction with Dossier Journal and Smart Car, one of Josh Slater’s drawings is going to be reproduced by Colossal media on a 19 foot by 40 foot wall on Spring st (between Crosby and Lafayette street, next to the 6 downtown train).
The wall will start being prepped on the 27th and the painting will end on the 1st.
To celebrate, there’s going to be an opening party on Wednesday the 1st at Gatsby’s (63 Spring Street) from 6pm to around 10.
Come celebrate Josh making the “big” time! Get it!?
Come check out Skinner’s solo show “This Fear You May Know” at White Walls this Saturday August 14th from 7-11pm.
He’s gone all out for this show, so we hope you can come out to see the craziness! There will be over twenty of his new works, mystical hand crafted masks, and twisted and intricate sculptures, all of which will most definitely rock your world!
835 LARKIN ST. SAN FRANCISCO, CA.
Monday, July 19st 9 PM – 2 AM at
Footsies 2640 N. Figueroa, Highland Park
Music by rotating BITNB artists, this month’s artist and DJ is Sterling Bartlett! Our first two parties were a blast. Come out!
Grab some Coolhaus ice cream sandwiches, BITNB tees, and case-mate accessories from our Summer Fling Truck.
For those of you in LA see you at BLOOD FEAST, a monthly Blood is the New Black Party!
Monday, July 19st 9 PM – 2 AM at
Footsies 2640 N. Figueroa, Highland Park
Music by rotating BITNB artists, this month’s artist and DJ is Hannah Stouffer!
Grab some Coolhaus ice cream sandwiches, BITNB tees, and case-mate accessories from our Summer Fling Truck.
Check out Skinner’s Mural at Bold Hype NYC!
Crazy! Crazy awesome!
New book of photographs by Mark McCoy and Cali Thornhill deWitt.”It is a glimpse into a world at twilight where fading recollections and dreams blur into a haze of shadows, missed chances, and abandoned causes.” The book features 84 offset printed pages on heavy 100 lb. matte paper with perfect-bound spines and measures 5″ x 7″. Edition of 300.
Featured Artist: Porous Walker
Meet Blood is the New Black featured artist Porous Walker
While living in a small, old, navy lifeboat in the Sausalito Bay, Porous Walker was visited by the ghost of Shel Silverstein, who encouraged him to change his name and begin drawing. Porous
Walker has shown his work in art galleries around the world, been featured in magazines and television, and is working on a new project almost every day. His hope is to inspire people to
laugh and to create and share their own art work, subsequently flooding the world with humor and pretty colors.
Check out Porous Walker’s designs for BITNB and get 25% off on his tees through July 15th.
Use the code SILVERSTEIN at checkout
BITNB Artist Sophie Stephens is teaching an awesome fashion/life drawing class in London!
Nudes in Shoes offers a life drawing class with a difference… influenced by the photography of Richard Kern, Robert Mapplethorpe, Helmut Newton, Man Ray and Terry Richardson to name a few…beautiful models are presented in semi nude situations in the site specific surroundings of Camden Passage shoe boutique, Laura J London—Fashion Illustrator Sophie Stephens will be on hand to guide students and present new and original ways of portraying the nude.
—ON EVERY LAST THURSDAY OF THE MONTH—
Laura J London, 114 Islington High Street, N1 8EG
(5 minutes walk from Angel tube station)
6.30pm – 8.30pm. £10 or £6 students.
Please e-mail email@example.com to book your place.
Porous Walker has a show up at Upper Playground right now!
I’m honestly a bigger fan of art than I am an actual artist. I’ve tried to stop drawing, sculpting, arting but I can’t seem to stop. I’m addicted to that feeling of seeing amazing artwork, ideas and feeling the energy and spirit that created them and than allowing myself to let go and just make what I want.
I really try to work hard on my drawings, and I hope to live long enough to get to a point where I make something visually pleasing as well as purely concept driven.
I’m also looking for a job.
I live in Napa. I’m 35 years old. I want you and me both to laugh more than we don’t and above all I want to inspire people to share what’s in their minds.
My website is http://www.theothergoogle.com. My telephone is (707) 225-5173
Please come to my art show on June 4, 2010.
I am making some new artwork for the show, as well as creating a couple redux versions of some of my sculptures I made in the early 2000’s.
I hope to have some free gifts for everyone that stops by the art show opening. I have also invited a few friends of mine to join me to share some of their artworks as well. Among those confirmed as of now:
Kristin Farr, Aaron Hodges, SFAUSTINA, Jason Jaworski, Liam and Noel Gallagher, Jayson Johnson, Bansky and Jeff Meadows.
And probably a few more surprises.
Also, I have invited my good friends, ‘Snugglemachine’ to play some live music and compliment people who come to the show.
All the best,
Blood Is The New Black, case-mate and Coolhaus Bring Angelinos The Summer Fling Truck
Fashion, art, technology and ice cream come together to put a new spin on the Los Angeles truck food craze
May 26, 2010 (Los Angeles) – Today fashion and art powerhouse Blood Is The New Black announced a partnership with I Make My Case, a division of case-mate, which is a forward thinking provider and designer of mobile accessories, and Coolhaus‘ custom ice cream sandwiches to help Angelinos beat the heat with the Summer Fling Truck. Debuting on June 5 with a party at the Nomad Gallery (a collective art compound in Los Angeles), the Summer Fling Truck will trek across Los Angeles selling limited-edition Blood Is The New Black Ts, case-mate (I Make My Case) accessories and exclusive Coolhaus treats. (http://bloodisthenewblack.com/summerfling/)
“This idea came to me while I was at an art event buying a taco from a food truck that was outside the gallery,” said Mitra Khayyam, founder/curator of Blood Is The New Black, who works with independent artists to create the designs for the company’s iconic tees.
“I realized I wanted to bring my tees to fans as easily as I was getting my taco, right there on the curb. Partnering with I Make My Case and Coolhaus just made sense. We are all about summer, being outside, shopping, eating and more importantly, having fun.”
To celebrate the collaboration Blood Is the New Black and case-mate have swapped their extensive list of artists who create the designs for their respective products. Blood Is The New Black artists Keren Richter and Peter and Joyelle Komierowski (husband/wife) will create limited-edition designs for the case-mate products sold on the truck. Vice versa, artists Shadow Chen and Chuck Anderson, will lend their hand from the case-mate repertoire. These items will also be available at www.bloodisthenewblack.com and imakemycase.case-mate.com.
“Whether through t-shirts, cases or even ice cream preferences, case-mate wants to support the right to self-expression,” said Erik Attkisson, CMO of case-mate. “Our partners in fun bring together the best of what ‘finding the artist within each of us’ is all about.”
After working up a sweat shopping, hungry revelers can cool off with a Coolhaus ice cream sandwich.
“The Summer Fling Truck will revolutionize retail as we know it,” said Natasha Case founder/owner of Coolhaus. “Taking the ‘taco truck’ or ice cream truck concept and co-opting it into mobile fashion could inspire other industries to go mobile as well. We are speaking to our Echo Park community and showcasing all of the creativity that is coming from this area.”
The Summer Fling Truck can be seen cruising through Los Angeles until the end of September, constantly rotating their stock of Tees, case-mate products, and Coolhaus ice cream flavors.
About Blood Is The New Black
In 2004 curator Mitra Khayyam set out to accomplish three goals with the start of her T-shirt line Blood is the New Black:
· Display the works of emerging artists, designers and photographers in order to propel their careers and support the underground art movement, through design collaborations
· Introduce fans of both fashion and the arts to new designers, photographers and illustrators, to whom otherwise consumers may have not been exposed
· Create a line that is wearable, comfortable and stylish, yet has an opinion
BITNB encourages the public to explore current art and design trends by prominently featuring the work of underground artists, photographers and illustrators on the company’s soft, well-fitted T-shirts and products.
Launching innovative accessories since 2006, case-mate combines design engineering with cutting-edge materials to protect, adorn and enhance mobile technology. A melting pot of entrepreneurs and innovators from around the world, case-mate believes that there is nothing more important than the freedom of self-expression … our mantra “Freedom To Be Truly You” inspires every creative output, every day. This core principle carries through our products, packaging and partnerships and brings to life case-mate’s vision in a dynamic technology marketplace.
Coolhaus is a mobile, architecturally inspired ice cream sandwich company. Our ice cream sandwiches are all-natural and handmade in classic and seasonal varieties or custom-made to suit your needs. The sandwiches come in customizable edible wrappers. Coolhaus is based in Los Angeles but is expanding to Austin, TX, The Hamptons on Long Island, and the Bay Area. Coolhaus ice cream trucks are available to public venues or private catering, and our services are available from tables or booths and we can also package for delivery. Follow us at www.twitter.com/Coolhaus or find and reserve us online at www.eatcoolhaus.com.
The video for Best New Track “Year’s Not Long” from rising UK rockers Male Bonding just shows a bunch of bros doing bro things– playing football, drinking, arm wresting, making out with each other. Yep, just another Friday night in Bro City.
Features Jacob from Signals wearing our Leather Dog tee, perfect for “male bonding.”
Theres a new limited edition poster on Josh Slater’s site. Limited to 104 pieces, signed, numbered, and dated. Get one while you can.
Sophie Stephens is a London-based illustrator and apparently, her work is “full of dry humor and ample filth” though she describes it as being about herself, her friends, nonsense and nudity. She has a love/hate relationship with fashion and finds beauty in things that are tacky and gross. She loves Pamela Anderson, tequila, drawing on walls, high hells, black pens, and Barney. You may recognize her work, as she has designed tees for House of Holland in the past. In the near future, she can’t wait to do lots more drawing, get lots of money, visit Ryan in L.A., waste a weekend in Ibiza and get covered in tattoos.s.
Check out Sophie Stephen’s BITNB designs and get 25% off on her tees through June 15th.
Use the code PLATINUM at checkout
Pick up a copy of Smoke Bath. Featuring works by Cali Dewitt, Josh Slater, Skye Parrott and loads of other great artists.
Smoke Bath is a collection of photographs and art work loosely based on the theme of camping/ nature/ exploring. The Fresh Air Fund is an independent, not-for-profit agency that provides free summer vacations to New York City children from low-income communities. The goal of smoke bath is to showcase the work of artists that are inspired by nature and raise money for freshair.org in the process.
Check our http://www.smokebath.com/ for more info.
“It is a super bum out, but we have to cancel the show planned for the 1st of May. Our venue had some technical glitches that are not able to be resolved in time for our event. We are planning another one -bigger and more evil super soon. Thanks for everyone’s support. Hope to see you at the next one, we will keep you posted