Wednesday, December 30, 2009

The Ghost Village Project.

This is awesome. A bit lengthy, but worth the watch.

"Here is a look at an interesting Graffiti project that was created over 3 days on the west coast of Scotland. Titled The Ghost Village Project, it brought together 6 artists – Timid, Remi/Rough, System, Stormie Mills, Juice 126, and Derm, given free reign to paint in an abandoned 1970s village.

Working together on huge collaborative walls and individually in hidden nooks and crannies all over the site the artists realised long held dreams and were inspired by the bleakness and remoteness of the site. Drawing on the history of the village the artists’ stated intent on completion of the project was to populate the ghostvillage with the art and characters that it deserved. Take a look at the video documenting the project below."

The Ghostvillage Project from Agents Of Change on Vimeo.


Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Mike Herron Benefit. Baltimore, MD.

35-year-old Mike Herron, who also goes by the name “Ryke” was recently diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma.


The debilitating effects of this disease have caused significant financial strain for Mike and his four beautiful children. The side effects from prescribed chemotherapy treatments have made it impossible for Mike to work. Without health insurance and having to endure a 1-3 year wait for SSI/Disability assistance, this family is in a bind. Join the community as we show our support and lend a hand to this deserving family.

Saturday, Febraury 6th, 2010 at the Skyloft
7:00 PM
3703 Bank Street
Baltimore, MD 21224

Current list of artists contributing to the auction:

Apex – San Francisco, CA
Sight – Toronto, Canada
Sime – Washington, DC
Con – Washington, DC
R. Nick Kuszyk – NYC
Baser – Atlanta, GA
Aest2 – Richmond, VA
Elk – Richmond, VA
Freak – Maryland
Jerk – Baltimore, MD
Cherock – Baltimore, MD
Prism – Pittsburgh, PA
Ridle – Cleavland, OH
Big 5 – Los Angeles, CA
Wink – Los Angeles, CA
Seir – Baltimore, MD
Ker – Baltimore, MD
Gost2 – Hollywood, CA
Rath – NYC
Jaes – NYC
Lions – NYC
Megan Pike – Baltimore, MD
Chip 7
Lyes – Virginia Beach, VA
Cise – Baltimore, MD
Circus – Baltimore, MD
Crowns – Pittsburgh, PA
Dame – Baltimore, MD
Sake – Baltimore, MD
Rate – NYC
Mear – Baltimore, MD
Ammo – Baltimore, MD
Niser – Philadelphia, PA
Shaken – Baltimore, MD
Arek – Baltimore, MD
Rei21 – Washington, DC
Amen – Washington, DC
Soviet – Pittsburgh, PA
Rams – Pittsburgh, PA
The Kodak Kidd – PA
Eon – Washington, DC
Eli – Baltimore, MD
Rob Jenkins – Baltimore, MD
Envy/2short
Tre
Cense
Mes One – New Jersey
Jazi – Baltimore, MD
Xide – New Jersey
Nife – NYC
Stab – Baltimore, MD
Enue – NYC
Pear – Washington, DC
Jome – Los Angeles, CA
Seth – Baltimore, MD
Zask – NYC
Rezist – Washington, DC
Sky – Baltimore, MD
John Klingenburg – MD
Mews – NYC
Ast – NYC
Myth – Seattle
Cameo
Kaput

Prints By:
Martha Cooper – NYC
Mike Giant- San Francisco, CA
Dalek
Taki 183 – NYC

Find out more here.

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

The Poster Cause Project is Live.

The Poster Cause Project launched yesterday with it's first release by eBoy, "The Super Bronco Battle". Edition of only 25 and 50% of the proceeds are going to the National Center For Missing And Exploited Children.

Sket will be the January release (proceeds going to
The National Breast Cancer Foundation), followed by yours truly in February (with proceeds going to BAD RAP | Bay Area Doglovers Responsible About Pit bulls).



The Poster Cause Project is an online effort to sell and promote artwork by underground artists in a very limited form all while donating 50% of all profits to charities and organizations in need.

Each month we will release a very limited print by a different artist with 50% of profits going to a specific charity or organization chosen by us or the artist.

In the beginning, the idea was simple. Support art. Support those in need. All in one place.

Pick them up while you can!

http://www.postercauseproject.com/

Monday, December 14, 2009

Richard Colman Prints.



Both Female and Male, sold seperately or together.

Edition of 75
18×24
Signed and Numbered By Richard Colman
10 Color screen print with metallic gold ink.
Deckled edged stonehenge.

Buy them here.

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

UPSO's spot for Fuel TV.

UPSO- FUEL TV Signature Series ID from FUEL TV on Vimeo.

Nice one!

AndPress.



Congratulations to
Eric Elms on the launch of AndPress. Making books the way
he wants to.

Keep an eye out. Knowing Eric, I'm sure you're going to be seeing huge things in the near future out of this project.

http://www.andpress.com/

http://www.ericadorn.com/