BY Team Intern
on Mar 30, 2009
Video artist, photographer, and writer Yuko Sueta has been battling metastasized breast cancer for 4 years, and there will be a silent art auction benefit and raffle for her.
Yuko is bed-ridden and can no longer work.
The auction and raffle will be held at Participant Inc., starting at 4pm. If you can't make it to the benefit, it's OK. Donations will be accepted, large or small.
Please visit http://www.yuko.2020project.com to learn more about Yuko Sueta, ... Read More
on Mar 26, 2009
One of my most favorite living designers, Mike Mills (not the REM dude) is speaking at The Strand on Friday night in NYC. He's got a new book published by D.A.P. and will be having a conversation with cute curator Tim Barber. If you are not familiar with Mills, get googling! He is a super talented guy, and besides being an amazing graphic designer and visual artist has directed several films (Thumbsucker) and music videos (Air, Yoko, Blonde Redhead) and not to ... Read More
BY Sarah J.
on Mar 18, 2009
Click through for a full-size preview page of Phonogram 2.2 from Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie . For a refresher about how friggin' awesome the first one was, check out my review here (and also of McKelvie's Suburban Glamour here ).
Is there anything better than cute boys arguing about music--in ... Read More
on Mar 10, 2009
Three of my favorite artists (Caroline, Saelee, and Seonna) have joined forces for a show, I Know What You're Thinking, that opens next week in New York. Knowing the work these ladies do, I'm pretty sure it's gonna be a triple threat of awesomeness. See more of their work after the jump.
Â Seonna ... Read More
BY Erin Wengrovius
on Mar 06, 2009
This is the movie that Twilight should have been. Let the Right One In tells the love story between a shy 12-year-old blonde-haired, blue-eyed boy and his new neighbor who has a strange dietary restriction (she is a vampire). I'm rarely moved to tears at the end of movies these days, but by the end of this film I was crying as if I had seen The Lion King for the first time. It's full of cruelty, loneliness, love and redemption--the swimming pool scene at the end ... Read More