Obliteration Room

Posted on January 4, 2012 Under Art

Pictures from 82-year-old Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama new exhibit at the Queensland Art Gallery in Brisbane, Australia called 'Obliteration Room.' Start with a stark-white room then let kids armed with thousands of colored stickers go crazy on it. The result…

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Invader's "Low Fidelity" Exhibition: London

Posted on August 18, 2009 Under Art

Great recap over at Hypebeast of the opening of "Low Fidelity" at Lazarides Gallery in London last week for the very sneaky French artist Invader. The show runs through September 17th, check it out if you're in the UK! Lazarides…

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Jose Parla Adaption/Translation Exhibition

Posted on October 19, 2008 Under Art

I've been a Parla collector and fan for years-- since he came on to the mainstream art buying radar in a big way at the Art Basel Cityscapes exhibition in Miami a few years ago, his work (and the prices)…

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The Awesomist Tomorrow

Posted on September 4, 2008 Under Art

A Los Angeles Chinese antique store turned art exhibition space will play host to an ink drawing and sculpture show that conjures up memories of MC Escher's layered drawings (if Escher used color and submarine themes). Kiel Johnson's solo show…

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Complément d'objet indirect exhibition

Posted on September 3, 2008 Under Design

Graphic Design is most often used in support of relaying the importance of or attracting people to take notice on a particular subject, but there certain instances when design stands alone, free to be just what it is. Art. The…

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Speartalks: Joe Sorren

Posted on May 16, 2008 Under Art

There are people in the paintings of Joe Sorren, but they're not quite human. We have ways to relate -- they hold instruments, they take pictures, they build sand castles by the sea -- but there is something in them…

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The Center of Something

Posted on May 9, 2008 Under Design

Living in New York is more or less a tale of two cities. It's either a center-of-the-universe tourist trap or the place that millions of us call home. For city dwellers there are certain unspoken truths that are common knowledge,…

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Dan Funderburgh @ Fellow Traveler

Posted on May 5, 2008 Under Art

Whenever one of our Spear Collective artists, like Dan Funderburgh and his off-the-wallpaper designs (we've been sitting on that pun for a while now) is in a show like Fellow Traveler, we have to share. Not doing so would be…

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Rob Pepper: To There & Back Again

Posted on May 2, 2008 Under Art

We blog every day. But, sometimes working up the motivation to put fingers to keyboard is difficult. For starters Grand Theft Auto IV ain't gonna play itself. Oh, and we can always find an extra hour or two in the…

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Faç Off: Central Station x Factory Records

Posted on April 29, 2008 Under Art

Factory Records played an integral role in the proliferation of the Madchester Music scene of the mid/late eighties and early nineties, releasing albums from seminal acts such as The Happy Mondays and James. However important their musical output was, one…

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