Blog Post Archive (March 2011)

  1. Teenage by Matt Wolf

    “Based on a groundbreaking book by the punk author Jon Savage, Teenage is an unconventional historical film about the invention of teenagers. Bringing to life fascinating youth from the early 20th century—from party-crazed Flappers and hipster Swing Kids to brainwashed

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  2. 7 Days – A Diary of the Earthquake in Japan

    Day 3: Sunday, March 13, 2011 “I woke up by another aftershock. Lying there, I tried to think of what I had to do that day, but I couldn’t think of anything, which left me feeling useless and lost. In

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  3. In Passing

    A small tornado passing through a strawberry field in Pupping, Austria. (via)

  4. Natalia Brilli: Art Pieces

    An active participant in both theatre and fashion you can see both these influences in Natalia Brilli’s beautiful leather covered art objects that she also explores in her jewelry collection.

  5. 1972:Frank Stella Interview

    Artist Frank Stella interviewed in 1972 about his work…

  6. 1978:Patti Smith interviewed by Tom Snyder

    Great interview. A young Patti Smith talks about her hero’s, her dirty poems and her inspirations…

  7. Today:Mono Studio-Fabric Sale

    Heather at MONO is having an awesome sale on the beautiful fabrics that she makes her clothing with today only. Get there before it’s all gone!

  8. Drop In/Drop Out Video Arts Expo / BYOB Vancouver

    BYOB Berlin, 2010 Tonight in Vancouver, there will be 40 artists projecting their artwork in the W2’s 31,000 sq ft complex, making it one of Canada’s largest video art shows. BYOB (Bring Your Own Beamer) is a series of international

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  9. Irish Eyes – Photographs by Alen Macweeney

    In 1965, Alen MacWeeney came upon an encampment of itinerants in a waste ground by the Cherry Orchard Fever Hospital outside Dublin. Called tinkers and later styled Travellers, as they preferred to call themselves, they were living in richly colored

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  10. Talking Barnacles, Yosuke Yamaguchi

    “Today Yosuke is already waiting for me outside when I arrive at his local train station. He isn’t carrying his hand-painted skateboard because it is snowing, which is rare in Tokyo. I take that as a good sign. We decide

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  11. Klepto The Cat Burglar

  12. Art for Donations

    Confetti System “Words cannot express my deep sorrow for the nation of Japan after the devastating Earthquake and tsunami disasters this week. My heart goes out to everyone in Japan, especially in the north. I have a stack of (Growing

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