|—||Me,Myself and I|
thru Oct 26:
Cheim & Read Gallery, 547 W25th St., NYC
McGee’s work critiques consumerist culture and the constant backdrop of commercialism in everyday interactions; rejecting the billboard and chain store, McGee instead finds inspiration in the seeming randomness of graffiti, the endless uploading of images on the internet, and the creative styling of misfits. McGee’s work succeeds in its sensitive balance between anarchy and collaboration, resulting in environments which immerse the viewer in his singular, yet inclusive, vision.
Toshiko Horiuchi-MacAdam is a crochet artist from Japan who makes gigantic crochet installations that act as both art and playgrounds. Toshiko’s installation art, once mistaken by children for a playground, suddenly found new life and she began working on many playgrounds in Japan. To learn more, visit Toshiko Horiuchi-MacAdam’s bio.
wanna try this..:)
While talking about Fashion Week’s latest designs, Ellen offended one of her audience members.
Another pattern! Just save and tile this dude if you would like to use it on your desktop.
I made it to get pumped about a story I want to illustrate but can’t quite work out in thumbs well enough to go through with it. Soon, though. Soon.