08.12.09 by Jeff

Hair’em Scare’em

Hair’em Scare’em is awesome! 200+ pages of hairy art and photography. It’s easily the hairiest thing to land on my doorstep since Emily Wong sent me this.

hair em scare em gestalten book publication art hair illustration photography
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07.12.09 by Jeff

Kenichi Hoshine for Jason Noble

Kenichi Hoshine just sent me this:

“I recently read about how Jason Noble was diagnosed with cancer and is receiving treatment. Jason is a musician and has been involved in bands such as Rodan, Shipping News and Rachel’s and is a pivotal figure in the Louisville, KY music scene. I don’t know him personally, but his work has greatly influenced me in the past. I wanted to auction off one of my original paintings on ebay with 100% of the proceeds going to Jason and his medical costs.”

kenichi hoshine jason noble fundraiser

This is the painting Kenichi is auctioning off, with an opening bid of $0.01 (and no reserve!). The auction closes in a week. If you’d like to help Jason Noble, place a bid here.

27.11.09 by Jeff

James Hopkins

Various artworks by James Hopkins. London.

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23.11.09 by Jeff

Martin Creed

Installation by Martin Creed on the Wing Sang building here in Vancouver (Chinatown). “Everything Is Going To Be Alright”.

martin creed art installation bob rennie chinatown vancouver

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17.11.09 by Jeff

Jay Howell

Drawings by Jay Howell. San Francisco.

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06.11.09 by Jeff

Factory Magazine

People keep saying that print is dead, but amazing publications keep showing up at my door. Enter Factory Magazine. Keep your eye on these hooligans, Vancouver is exploding right now!

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05.11.09 by Jeff

Svartkonst

Svartkonst #2 landed on my door step, and ya better get it. It’s a beautifully curated art and culture magazine and its dimensions change with each issue. Last issue was A5 this one is A4, and Oscar tells me the next issue may very well be a collection of posters!

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