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September 18, 2014
artesostenible:

Overgrowth vía ARTICORE)

artesostenible:

Overgrowth vía ARTICORE)

September 18, 2014
Like Plush Avenger by Josh Brophy? See more at Corey Helford Gallery this Saturday! 
http://www.coreyhelfordgallery.com/shows/giants-among-us/info-press/

Like Plush Avenger by Josh Brophy? See more at Corey Helford Gallery this Saturday! 

http://www.coreyhelfordgallery.com/shows/giants-among-us/info-press/

September 18, 2014

supersonicart:

Martin Tomsky’s Wood Cuts.

Martin Tomsky uses laser cutters to create three dimensional woodcuts that are very detailed and awesome:

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September 17, 2014

supersonicart:

Michael Gillette, Bond Prints.

Artist Michael Gillette has finally released his iconic James Bond book covers as prints which are available in his online store.  They’re a bit expensive, sadly.

September 17, 2014
For however long it’s around, you can pick up Sam Bosma’s new comic, The Hanging Tower on his stores via gumroad and bigcartel.
Remember that Sam won an Ignatz brick for Outstanding Artist this year at SPX?
Don’t sleep on this.

For however long it’s around, you can pick up Sam Bosma’s new comic, The Hanging Tower on his stores via gumroad and bigcartel.

Remember that Sam won an Ignatz brick for Outstanding Artist this year at SPX?

Don’t sleep on this.

September 17, 2014

coalapse:

NOSEGO Portland, Oregon

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September 17, 2014

supersonicart:

Lars Otterclou, Recent Work.

Recent work by illustrator Lars Otterclou (Previously on Supersonic):

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September 17, 2014

NOSEGO for your afternoon.

September 16, 2014
blackblobyellowcone:

Urban Outfitters Features “Vintage” Red-Stained Kent State Sweatshirt
Urban Outfitters: Come For The Bloody Kent State Gear, Stay For Master Class In Terrible Apologies
At first glance, one could argue that this came out of a massively misguided attempt to capitalize the youth culture zeitgeist of the moment (which every savvy youth fashion line must do in order to stay ahead of trends)—-kent state is very relevant now as today’s youth grow up under the heel of a militarized police force. OBVIOUSLY UO completely failed to draw that parallel in a way that isn’t just utterly fucking horrifying. But I can’t ignore the bigger picture here. The victims of the Kent State Massacre were liberal hippies and the core consumer base of UO are liberal hipsters—-even if one can make an argument that hipsters aren’t exact parallels of hippies, UO has spent a lot of time and effort to sell the boho racist hippie aesthetic to hipsters (ponchos, war bonnets, crystals and “vintage” everything). Now consider that the founder of UO poured $13,000 dollars into Rick Santorum’s election campaign, and has demonstrated his personal views and business practices align strongly with the GOP—-the racist, misogynist, classist party that to my mind has everything to gain from an event where police mow down liberal youth with high powered military grade assault rifles. So when UO tries to sell me a bloodied Kent State sweatshirt, all I hear is “pay us to clothe you in the violent oppression we will use your money to engineer.” Tl;dr: PAY US TO KILL YOU

blackblobyellowcone:

Urban Outfitters Features “Vintage” Red-Stained Kent State Sweatshirt

Urban Outfitters: Come For The Bloody Kent State Gear, Stay For Master Class In Terrible Apologies

At first glance, one could argue that this came out of a massively misguided attempt to capitalize the youth culture zeitgeist of the moment (which every savvy youth fashion line must do in order to stay ahead of trends)—-kent state is very relevant now as today’s youth grow up under the heel of a militarized police force. OBVIOUSLY UO completely failed to draw that parallel in a way that isn’t just utterly fucking horrifying. But I can’t ignore the bigger picture here. The victims of the Kent State Massacre were liberal hippies and the core consumer base of UO are liberal hipsters—-even if one can make an argument that hipsters aren’t exact parallels of hippies, UO has spent a lot of time and effort to sell the boho racist hippie aesthetic to hipsters (ponchos, war bonnets, crystals and “vintage” everything). Now consider that the founder of UO poured $13,000 dollars into Rick Santorum’s election campaign, and has demonstrated his personal views and business practices align strongly with the GOP—-the racist, misogynist, classist party that to my mind has everything to gain from an event where police mow down liberal youth with high powered military grade assault rifles. So when UO tries to sell me a bloodied Kent State sweatshirt, all I hear is “pay us to clothe you in the violent oppression we will use your money to engineer.” Tl;dr: PAY US TO KILL YOU

September 14, 2014
When Simon Hanselmann got married to comics. #SPX2014

When Simon Hanselmann got married to comics. #SPX2014

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