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If you adore Karen O's costumes and Where the Wild Things Are, you're in luck because the two are coming together with a rock-n-roll kick! The lady behind Karen O's sometimes wacky costumes, Christian Joy, has created five monster suits based off of Max and the gang. All costumes will be sold at Space 15 Twenty, with a percentage of the proceeds going to 826 Valencia. You can get a look-see at the costumes here! (I want the Max costume... Read More

i heart this art.

BY Lisa in General

Welcome to the Dollhouse is definitely my fave Todd Solondz movie so I'm pretty much in love with this print from illustrator Lauren Gregg. Wiener dog 4-eva! And for all you Harold and Maude fans (I mean, that's everybody, right?), there's one for you too. Read More
Probably the best holiday ever, International Peace Day (which is today!) is a one day, worldwide call for ceasefire, global unity, and understanding. According to the U.N., who created the holiday back in 1981, Peace Day encourages 24-hours of political and personal peace; in other words, while governments slow down military combat, individuals can call a truce with that frustrating co-worker, nagging neighbor, or even that gosh-darn-slow-as-molasses red light that would, on any other day, incite undue rage. If you've never celebrated International Peace Day before, internationaldayofpeace. Read More
Last week, Anna informed you that a new season of Green Porno is just about to start but I think I have better news for you (well, if you're near NYC, anyway)... Isabella Rossellini is going to be at the Barnes and Noble at 97 Warren St. at Greenwich tomorrow at 7:30 to discuss the Green Porno book, chit-chat about her quite lovely series and show screenings of the short films. Now, if you want her to sign your Blue Velvet or Death Becomes Her dvds, leave it all home for she'll only be signing Green Porno. Read More

Crocheted Goodness

BY Team Intern in General

This past weekend I was just taking a stroll around the city and since I'm still new (have been here about a month), my eyes are constantly moving about--people watching, looking at buildings, trying to spot Matt Damon and Emily Blunt on the set of their new movie, etc. To my delight, I came about a little diddy I think you should check out. There's a performance installation called COVERS that is currently on view at the Lab Gallery (47th St. and Lexington in NYC) that consists of three performers wearing crocheted garments in a room of crocheted (almost) everything. Read More