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Tuesday, 21 October 2014
Monday, 20 October 2014
Sunday, 19 October 2014
Some pieces from the new 'Imagined Worlds II' show which opened this weekend at Hero Complex Gallery. Hit the link to browse the entire exhibition. All of the pieces have taken inspiration from five big-name directors, listed on the show flyer below. There's some great pieces in there and sadly, some real shockers too! :/
'Celebrabis Vitae' - upcoming skull-based art exhibition from The Skull Appreciation Society [Opening in LONDON on October 31st]
Skull fan? Yeaaaaah of course you are. Well, our friends over at the Skull Appreciation Society are putting together a group show which (yep, you guessed it) is totally packed full of grey matter protectors! We urge all you London folk to bookmark this event which opens on Halloween. If these teaser images are anything to go by, then its likely to be quite the spectacle! Tickets to the opening night are just £10 but hurry, they're running out fast... a bit like your life, ha!
The Skull Appreciation Society (SAS), is a Hackney-based website run by the creative duo Mr Four Fingers. It functions as a portal for skull artists from around the world to showcase and share their skull creations, from sculpture to original artwork, with an international audience. The society was initially created to show an appreciation of this iconic symbol which has been used for thousands of years in art, religion and design to represent death and our own mortality. Instead of these often macabre-like themes surrounding skulls, the Skull Appreciation Society view the skull as a celebration of life.
With a focus on celebration, and drawing inspiration from cultural events such as Mexico’s Día de los Muertos (Day of Dead) festival, the Skull Appreciation Society invite you to pay tribute to and celebrate the lives of past friends and family members at Celebrabis Vitae.
Craig McCartney, co-founder of the Skull Appreciation Society comments: “Bringing friends and family together to pay tribute to the lives of their past loved ones is a beautiful sentiment and one we feel should be celebrated more. We’ve brought together an eclectic mix of artists from around the world to showcase this iconic symbol as we pay tribute to those who have been taken us from us too soon.”
So be sure to book your tickets to the opening night HERE which (rather fittingly) falls on 31st October, with the show then running until November 6th. This one is surely not to be missed!
Saturday, 18 October 2014
Friday, 17 October 2014
If you got loads'a spare cash lying around then why not splash it on one of these here artist-edition rugs made by New York based Soho Design House. Can you imagine that social gathering where a friend spills their glass of red wine all over your new $15,000 Jim Mahfood rug!? Doesn't bear thinking about.
The always impressive Eric Pause from Pause Designs has informed us of a new batch canvases he will be releasing next Thursday 23rd October. As Chainsaw Panda proudly looms in one of our SOB toy cabinets, we're excited to here that this new series of works 'Can't Lose / Can't Gain' is a continuation on the theme of animals with chainsaws! Sweeeet!