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Studio Visit: Neal Fox
Since graduating from the Royal College of Art 10 years ago, Londoner Neal Fox has created meticulously detailed, wonderfully macabre paintings that have been shown in galleries all over the world, and his illustrations have graced the pages of...
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Link About It: This Week's Picks
1. Disruptive by Design Telling the story of Oakley, from its humble beginnings to becoming one of the world's leading eyewear innovators, the newly released "Disruptive by Design" is a brand film of rather impressive proportions. Recapping its...
DESIGN
Ricardo Filomeno
Having just sold his first framed piece and a short-film project getting underway, Sao Paulo-based Ricardo Filomeno is poised to turn his whimsical papercraft hobby into a profession. Filomeno and his girlfriend, art director Carol Bella, who also...
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Fab Ciraolo
The work of Fab Ciraolo makes it immediately clear that the Chilean-born illustrator has a very interesting outlook on this world. His pieces combine re-imagined elements of nostalgic popular culture with fantastical sci-fi standards and beautiful...
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Rock Paper Photo
Last week online photography gallery Rock Paper Photo launched, ambitiously making thousands of the most sought-after images in pop culture history available to the general public. Shot by top photographers, all images are carefully selected, available...
STYLE
Ashish
A Delhi-born fashion designer living in London, Ashish Gupta's East-meets-West approach all comes down to sparkle. Runway shows might resemble Bollywood productions with parades of theatrical ensembles splashed in vivid color, but there's nary a...
STYLE
Ranks T-Shirts
From the play on the Guess logo to the cartoon-style illustrations of dancehall stars by Daniel David Freeman, the debut line from the new t-shirt label Ranks hits all the right '90s pop culture marks. "Born out of an urge to create garments...
CULTURE
Trespass: A History of Uncommissioned Urban Art
Books on street art are as common as taggers who think they're going to be the next Banksy. So when we heard the elusive artist himself wrote the intro to "Trespass," a book billing itself as a "A History of Uncommissioned Urban Art," we decided...
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Ron English Guest Contributor to Lost At E Minor
We’re pleased to welcome the legendary pop culture artist and father of the Agit Pop Movement Ron English as a contributor to Lost At E Minor, writing about his favorite creative and cultural discoveries of recent times. English...
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Bill McMullen: Hype, Hustle, Rip-Off
Bill McMullen is so — I hate to use the word — creative. Widely known as one of the Beastie Boys' graphic designers (we're talking "Hello Nasty" and beyond here), he is also well known for his limited edition "action...
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Remote Control K.I.T.T. Car
Watching the new "Knight Rider" TV movie over the weekend stirred up all sorts of great memories from the original show, including (of course) the deep-seated longing to own a car like K.I.T.T. ("Knight Industries Two Thousand"...
STYLE
Duke Magazine
In the latest issue of the funny and offensive Duke Magazine, the all-guns-blazing Sydney kids behind the fashion bent publication launch well-argued attacks against the green recycle bags as fashion, Tsubi ruining op-shopping for everyone and some...
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Year of the Golden Pig
18 Feb 2007 on the Gregorian calender marks the Chinese new year but this isn't any old new year. Lunar year 4704 is the year of the Golden Pig—a once in 600 year occurance—and is thought to mark a particularly...
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Alastair Mackie
Touching on issues of pop culture, ethnicity and war, London-based artist Alastair Mackie, 29, is making his U.S. debut today, 13 October 2006, at Mark Moore Gallery in Los Angeles. Called "Sticks and Stones," the solo show consists...
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Girl Talk
Take a mash-up, multiply by 100, mix with booty-shaking bass, add a high energy live show and you have something like the recipe for Night Ripper, his third full-length, Girl Talk has been the latest hype-fest, performing to rooms stocked with celebrities...
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Anthony Lister
26-year-old Brisbane artist Anthony Lister takes the edgiest elements of contemporary pop culture and marries them with unstructured representations of his urban environment to create artworks which are surreal in their imagery but strangely familiar...
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Joshua Gurrie
While Australian illustrator and painter Joshua Gurrie takes inspiration from the racier elements of contemporary popular culture, his work also seeks to counter the over-saturation of "pop media, web junk and glossy sneakers." He achieves...
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Lemon Magazine
From the creative duo of Kevin Grady and Colin Metcalf, the team behind the lauded multi-format Gum Magazine, comes the bi-annual Lemon magazine. They call their second art-, culture-, and design-obsessed publication with a food-related title, "...
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Etsu Meusy
Gum Ball machines, Axl Rose, and ice skaters - sometimes all within one composition- are among the many subjects in Japanese-born Etsu Meusy's work. The Vancouver-based artist's nostalgia-tinged 70s and 80s pop cultural pastiches have found...
STYLE
Future Relic
Future Relic was started by Paul Kim (NYC) and Kenyon Bajus (Phila). Born during the summer of 2002, the duo explores and questions pop culture conventions and values through striking imagery on the ever humble yet powerful means of communication...
STYLE
Terratag
Terratage designs are inspired by Japanese pop culture. The London based shop draws inspiration from Japanese Obsessive Graphic Behavior as seen in manga, anime, robot and mecha themes of design and animation. via the wired jester
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