Men’s Style Through the Artist’s Eyes is a 3 part series that explores works of artists that tap into the male sartorial subconscious either unintentionally, subliminally or overtly. This week, British-Born German artist Lucien Freud will be our subject of focus.
Lucien Freud is a man that deals on the psychological plane. His impastos are thick with layers that flesh out his subjects with a unsettling sense of vulnerability.
Apologies for the lengthy hiatus, but it was necessary for the greater strategy. I’ve been quite focused on creating an active Tumblr. There is also a new project that will be revealed in a few weeks. So stick around, and stand in line; you’ll hear the trumpets when they blow. This tank is back in action and once again ready for the front lines. Back to shooting things.
Sorry for the absence, I’ve been working hard on some new things. All shall be revealed soon.
Time to make another visit to Long Island City…
On Sunday, February 5 from 1-6 p.m., Pitchfork will present “From Scratch”, an event with electronic music producer Nicolas Jaar at MoMA PS1 in Long Island City, New York. The event will be presented in collaboration with MoMA PS1 and Clown & Sunset Aesthetics, Jarr’s newly formed interdisciplinary culture house with film producer Noah Kraft. Clown & Sunset Aesthetics is the parent company of Jaar’s record label Clown & Sunset
This event kicks off MoMA’s weekly winter programming series, “Sunday Sessions” that will run from February 5 to May 13, 2012 from 12pm to 6pm.
Some of the people that will be joining him:
oh… and it’s FREE
Sundays have gotten interesting again in New York! B)
they are to me what soap-operas are to soccer moms.
TightMike & KayleoStocko… you have officialy caught my attention.
I first took notice of FALCONS on Potholes in my Blog
I can’t front… I slept on their EP. I mean it was cool…
Their Remixxes project however was much more interesting…
Now they dropped what I believe is the song that will put them over the edge in 2012.
From their bandcamp site:
Nigeria is a dark track, a solitary noctural trip through the buildings of a deserted town. Mingling uptempo juke rhythms, R&B, and a unique blend of glitchs,
coupled with samples taken from the African culture, the whole still has a modern flavour, showing us, once again, the extent of the
here is visuals to accompany all the awesomeness