Thursday, June 24, 2010

Ed and Deanna and Naheed Dropped in

Deanna and Ed Templeton just returned from Deanna's show at the Schunk* Netherlands
where she had a show of her amazing photographs. The Schunk* director Stijn Huijts,is awesome and used to run the Het Domain Museum. Stijn is a huge supporter of
everything we love here. Skating, Street, cool peeps and amazing art installations,
wonderful art books ........
The Schunck* published a beautiful book by Deanna Templetopon, "Scratch My Name On Your Arm"
It has many of the pics of Deanna's self published previously released zines. But is way not zine like. It is a beautiful hard cover book with an intro by her favorite skater and hubby Ed and an article written by Stijn.
There are going to be book signings around town and will keep you posted.

Friday, June 18, 2010

Deanna Templeton in July Juxtapoz

Our favorite OC gal is in the new issue of Juxtapoz. Bonus: article written by our own Amber Abramson!

Friday, June 4, 2010

Skullphone / Digital Media - Subliminal Projects

NY and LA this Weekend!!!!!!




JUNE 5TH - JULY 2ND, 2010

Digital Media, the new solo exhibition by Skullphone, brings the playfulness, obsession, irony and anxiety of the Los Angeles-based artists's renowned street installations into the Subliminal Projects gallery space. In Digital Media, Skullphone examines the contradictions inherent in outdoor digital signage, demonstrating cause for both wonder and concern over the increasingly ubiquitous medium. The artist explores advertising, government and private enterprise

Digital Media + Skullphone @ Subliminal Projects

The Love & Guts Art Show, presented by Oakley, Juxtapoz and Thrasher, is set to make its return to New York City with a specially themed show, titled Eyes Wide Open. After a highly successful showing in Wellington, New Zealand and Bondi Beach, Australia earlier this year, Love & Guts created a sensation throughout the skateboard world with its themed centered around celebrating the lives of skaters that left us far too soon. Although gone physically, the impressions left by them have lived on, and to further immortalize them, Eyes Wide Open comes to street skating’s mecca, New York City, for what promises to the be largest Love & Guts exhibition to date.

The show historically has been centered around the art of skating legends Lance Mountain, Pat Ngoho, Steve Caballero and Steve Olson, but has gone on to include many other skaters from skating’s past and present. For Eyes Wide Open NYC, the show enlisted the talents of Chad Muska, Armando Roura, Don Pendelton, Giovanni Reda, Dennis McNett and Ivory & Shelter Serra whose work will be accompanying that of Mountain, Ngoho, Caballero and Olson. Eyes Wide Open will be taking place on Friday, June 4, 2010 from 7 to 10pm at the Red Bull Space, which is located at 40 Thompson Street, New York, NY. Music will be provided by DJ Taryn Manning and drinks will be provided courtesy of Red Bull.