If you happen to be in New York tonight, prepare to get messed up. Neckface has a new show starting tonight called ‘Closed Casket’, and it looks rad as usual. There’ll be new artwork, and new giant paper machÃ© beings to make you sick and want to vomit. It’s being held at the Dactyl Foundation and runs until November 24th.
I was lucky enough to see his exhibit here in LA last year, or earlier this year, and it was crazy.
So don’t got trick or treating tonight, bring the kids out to see Neckface! He’s all the treat you need!
Found through Fecal Face
I think my Last.fm counter-thingy is finally working right, and all of my music is finally being recorded properly. Yay!
This week was yet again another big Radiohead week. I’m still loving the album quite a lot, but I think I’m finally picking favorites. I’ve really been liking Nude, Weird Fishes/ Arpeggi and Videotape. But all of them are really great, and I really don’t have any complaints.
Next big thing was Caribou, who I’ve never really been a huge fan of, but always enjoyed them. Well I finally got a chance to listen to the new Tour EP, and holy crap it’s great! I feel like he’s taking a similar route to Panda Bear by modernizing that classic, 70′s sound, and turning it into something new and fresh. Definitely worth checking out.
I’m curious to see how much my music recorded increases now that I’m recording all the time. I’m guessing it might double.
I only posted a couple of things over on LAist last week, this first being a review of the book, Frankenstein Makes a Sandwich. It’s a really cute book drawn by Adam Rex, and features a ton of the best monsters in funny situations. The book is made for 4 to 8 year olds, but I like it a lot, and I’m 25!
The other thing I posted about was the new Takashi Murakami Exhibit at the MOCA, which opens today. I’m so excited to see this! I think I’m going to try and go on Thursday because it’s free from 5 to 8!
How rad are these decks?! Mike Perry and Damien Correll did a little collaboratin’ and came out with these awesome looking Zoo York decks. The colors, the textures, the content… everything looks so good! I want to put these on my wall, like a giant skate shrine.
I checked back in to Josh Cochran’s wonderful portfolio site and noticed he had put up a few new magazine pieces he did. I really liked this image showing how we eat here in Hollywood, haha. Those splashes of blue totally sell me on this. Also, his store is stocked with lots of great prints still, so be sure to check out those out as well!
He also recently got married! Congrats Josh!