Nice picture by Marc Paeps.
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Ex-surfer and professional chef Jim Denavan creates some of the largest artworks in the world, generally through his chosen medium of sand. Check out these astonishing pieces, many of them several miles long.
The New Skateboard Graphics book by J. Namdev Hardisty is very interesting for skateboarders, graphic designers as well as product designers. The book contains almost 300 selected skateboard graphics and interviews with designers Michael Leon and Yogi Proctor.
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Rockers Darling Stilettos & Charm City Devils teamed up with JVC Mobile Entertainment to bring you this explosive follow-up to last years breakout music video for “Turn Me On,” written & created by Danny Klein, and directed by Steven Lippman.
Two security guards are unimpressed with the graffiti and tributes dedicated to michael jackson on an external wall of the national gallery. The one on the right referred to it as “a load of shit” that would cost the gallery hundreds of pounds to have removed.
On 25 June 2009 the King of Pop, Michael Jackson, died aged 50.is from Trafalgar Square, 27 June 2009, where passers-by and tourists stood and refelcted upon the many tributes written on the lower wall of the National Gallery. Staff from the National Gallery were less impressed.
Art Molestation is a web project which, um, shows great works of art being molested by two odd men. It was created for no discernible reason other than it seemed kind of funny at the time. It exists for the silent majority of men who are deeply aroused by great works of art. For the uncountable millions consumed by shame every time they get a boner at a Botticelli, or a tent-pole at a Titian. See more than you ever wanted at http://artmolestation.com
Let’s not forget that the Web 2.0 hype was not just about glossy logos and round cornered buttons; the added value of this new wave of websites is the social part and the huge potential to ‘make things together’. So here’s a roundup of the most popular and interesting services that offer us the opportunity to find or submit designs or ideas.