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“Faile: A Decade of Prints & Originals” Exhibition @ Post No Bills Recap

When Brookyln duo Faile held a pop-up show on the Lower East Side in New York last September, many expected it to be the first and last exhibition of their original prints for awhile. The spectators were wrong, however, as Post No Bills – a...

Sights Unseen: A Group Exhibition @ Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery

Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery is pleased to present “Sights Unseen: A Group Exhibition.” The exhibition, scheduled to run from now through July 29, 2011, will include selected works from artists Monika Bravo, Edward Burtynsky, Jim Campbell,...

KAWS & Erik Parker “Pretty on the Inside” Exhibition @ Paul Kasmin Gallery Recap

Born in Germany, New York-based artist Erik Parker has teamed up with Brooklyn native KAWS for an exhibition at Chelsea’s Paul Kasmin gallery. Parker’s paintings, which often resemble drawings, serve as an excellent complement to KAWS&...

Keiichi Nitta x FORFEX x Sanrio 50th Anniversary Launch Event @ colette Recap

This past Friday, FORFEX alongside Japanese photographer Keiichi Nitta helped close-out Sanrio’s 50th anniversary with a special event hosted by colette. At the very root of the event was the launch of a FORFEX capsule of boots bearing the...

Wes Lang “Sittin’ on a Rainbow” Exhibition @ Chateau Marmont Recap

Wes Lang’s “Sittin’ on a Rainbow” was a one-evening presentation at the Chateau Marmont, featuring the Brooklynite’s intricate drawings, each executed directly onto the Hotel’s stationery. These pieces, all produced during...

Stone Island “Landing in Paris” Grand Opening

Purveyors of technical performance through the context of fashion, Stone Island opened its first ever location in Paris on Friday, June 24. The well-attended event brought out Stone Island president Carlo Rivetti to christen the new space. To fur...

Nike 1948 London Opening Event Recap

No stranger to innovative, game-changing retail spaces, Nike helped redefine what it means to open a storefront in the summer of 2008 when it launched 1948 in an abandoned East London railway arch. Part retail space, part creative playground, the...

Dan Colen “Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are!” Exhibition @ The Carlson Gallery

Dan Colen has remained slightly under the radar in the mainstream art world, well-known in circles of Saatchis and Gagosians but less so in popular culture. Always pushing boundaries with works such as paintings designed to resemble bird dropping...

Steve Nash’s Chinatown Soccer Showdown 2011

Perennial fan favorite and former NBA MVP Steve Nash recently hosted the annual Chinatown Soccer Showdown on June 23. The charity soccer match brings together a strong mix of international athletes and stars which from the basketball side of thin...

Supra NYC: Go Skateboarding Day 2011

For those of you who didn’t know, Tuesday, June 21st was officially “Go Skateboarding Day.” In order to celebrate, popular skate fashion brand Supra honored their roots by hitting the streets of New York City with team riders in...

Duffy Jewellery “Memories of Innocence” Collection Launch Event

Skillfully combining classical craftsmanship with a contemporary style to produce his bespoke jewelery, Duffy is well on his way to becoming the next big name in the accessories design world. With a new atelier located on Redchurch Street in East...

Emerica: Wild in the Streets LA

In celebration of yesterday’s yearly Go Skateboarding Day, Emerica once again did it big with their “Wild in the Streets” congregation taking place in Los Angeles. Beginning at Hollenbeck Park, the group of skaters traversed tow...

Amos Toys: A Diverse Platform

Last month, Amos Toys hosted a small intimate event they called the “Amos Miniature Plastic Workshop.” Taking place at the KK Outlet, the event was both a retrospective look into the brand’s offerings over the years as well as a cha...

“Together in Electric Dreams. Absent Presence” @ The House of Electronic Arts

A new project in Basal, Switzerland called The Electronic House of Arts is designed to explore the relationship between art and technology by reflecting on the social, economic and political aspects of our daily use of electronic devices. In an i...

1988 Thompkins Square Park Riot by Ai Weiwei

During the late ’80s and early 90′s (long before China’s “Big Chill”), Ai Weiwei was a resident of New York City’s East Village neighborhood. At the time, the area was an epicenter for counterculture movements...