• Alfred Steiner
  • Posted 30 months ago by Jack Lowe · Art & Design · 8111 Views
  • In his watercolour and pen work, artist Alred Steiner becomes a sick and twisted surgeon, turning all manner of body parts, animals and objects - such as penises, space craft, turds, strawberries and camels - into beautiful but rather disturbing renderings of memorable and famous cartoon characters such as Maggie Simpson, Yosemite Sam, Mickey Mouse, and Kenny McCormick. By blending vaginas and other parts of the body into the mix, Steiner forces us to accept the things that popular culture often hides and tries to forget about.

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    • twisted, but very cool!
    • rob Posted 30 months ago · 53 Reply
    • A better version of Aurel Schmidt.
    • Tom Posted 30 months ago · 8 Reply
    • I am the proud owner of artwork no. 8. Steiners work is fascinating! Quite unique. And he¬īs obviously incredibly talented.
    • Kristian Haagen Posted 30 months ago · 13 Reply
  • Herschel Autumn/Winter 2012 Lookbook
  • 30 months ago · culture · 1 Comment · 6788 Views
  • Continuing to expand their range in new directions, Vancouver-based bag and accessory manufacturers Herschel Supply Co. have introduced some vintage-inspired products for autumn/winter 2012, adjusting the designs to make them suitable for the modern world. New linings have also been...
  • Opening Ceremony London Store Opening
  • 30 months ago · culture · 0 Comments · 5995 Views
  • Right on time, Opening Ceremony have opened their very first London store on Covent Garden's King Street, stocking brands like KENZO and Rodarte, as well as special collections designed by Proenza Schouler and ChloŽ Sevigny especially for the Olympics. They have also collaborated...
  • The Most Viewed Photograph Ever
  • 30 months ago · Art & Design · 11 Comments · 29280 Views
  • It may not be the most striking or impressive of images, but the most viewed photograph of all time is probably "Bliss" - a photograph by Charles O’Rear which was set as Microsoft Windows XP's default wallpaper for the "Luna" theme and is estimated to have been seen by an audience...
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  • 30 months ago · Art & Design · 3 Comments · 22281 Views
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  • KENZO & Vans Authentic
  • 30 months ago · culture · 0 Comments · 7566 Views
  • Japanese fashion label KENZO have joined forces with Vans once again, this time to give the Californian-brand's well-known Authentic model a bit of a make-over. The shoe comes in three different stripy colourways - yellow, black and white; green, yellow and white; or blue, yellow...
  • Video: Hot Chip - Look At Where We Are
  • 30 months ago · music · 0 Comments · 12433 Views
  • Director Danny Perez - a filmmaker who frequently works with Animal Collective - has teamed up with the Creator's Project to created a weird, Frankenstein-esque video for Hot Chip's track "Look At Where We Are", which features on their latest album In Our Heads. Watch above!