Saxton Freymann is an author, painter and a fruit and veggie carver? He was born in Michigan (representin’ the Mitten!), went to college in Massachusetts and currently resides in the Big Apple with his family. I’ve only recently discovered his art; he personified this food a few years ago. He doesn’t seem to have his own website (wtfz dude get with the times), but regardless, his art is cutezies. How long does he get to keep the carvings until they start rotting and smelling? [ Continue Reading ]
The MoMA will feature the Tim Burton exhibit only through April 26. The exhibits gives full-range Tim Burton: childhood work, sketches, storyboards, paintings, some little-known projects and a ton more. Much of the art there has never been publicly displayed before and come from private collections. You can also see costumes from popular Burton movies like Edward Scissorhands and The Nightmare Before Christmas. Make sure to reserve tickets ‘cuz this gallery has limited occupancy and sells like hotcakes. [ Continue Reading ]
Kervin W. Brisseaux a digital illustrator from New York with a nonstop craving for Apple Juice… That is pretty much the information I was able to dig up on this talented artist. Searching for his name on the web leads to little personal information and a lot of impressive creative examples. See more after the break…
Hawaii skate/streetwear brand In4mation had been making moves in the fashion industry since 2002, when their first retail spaced opened. Since then, this group of designers, stylers, and cool kids, whose company name was inspired by the one of the baddest cartoons of the ’80s -Voltron, [ Continue Reading ]
Seems like another New York invention, one only New Yorkers can truly enjoy. As I look at this I can’t help but remember my knees giving out every time I would doze off in and out of sleep while standing in a moving train. The Vertical Bed created by Substitute Materials, would have been [ Continue Reading ]
October 4, 2009 marks the 25th anniversary of Bike MS New York City Traffic Free and ArtisticThings.com plans to be there! Multiple Sclerosis interrupts the flow of information between brain, body and stops people from moving. I am fortunate enough not to have Multiple Sclerosis in my family but that should not stop me or you fighting for the cure.
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Finally Depeche Mode has come to New York City promoting their new album Sounds Of The Universe and this time they stayed here for two days. Last time I saw them in concert was about five years ago when they did Playing The Angel tour. Check out my review and lots of media from the concert after the jump… [ Continue Reading ]