1. Safwat Saleem's Oh ExpletiveOh Expletive by Safwat Saleem
Local designer Safwat Saleem released the Kickstarter video and page for his latest project, Oh Expletive: a "project of epic epicness." The series of illustrations includes zombies, unicorns, flamethrowers, and knife fights -- all ... More >>
One new idea for every day in 2011. We're talking big, small, local,
international, in action, and on the drawing board. Here's today's --
what's yours?For more than 50 years, the walls of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum have hosted artwork by Paul Cézanne, Vasily Kandinsky, Franz M ... More >>
"Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum" photographed by Julius Shulman (1964) from VISUAL ACOUSTICS, an Arthouse Films release 2009. Copyright J. Paul Getty Trust. Now that Arty Girl doubles as the Assistant Night and Day Editor, I
know dang well that New Times has already given you plenty reason to check ... More >>
The former Johnny Rotten.It seems these days lots of folks want a chance to record or perform Pink Floyd's classic Dark Side of the Moon in its entirety. The Flaming Lips have been known to take on the project on occasion. Now, John Lydon (formerly known as Johnny Rotten) is talking about an unsp ... More >>
Photo by Roarke Lacey.Dan Perjovschi's drawings at the "Seriously Funny" exhibition, co-curated by Claire Schneider.The radio tells me that 8.5 million Americans have lost their jobs due to the economy.Make that 8.5 million and one.Today is Senior Curator Claire Schneider's last day at the Scotts ... More >>
Lego's latest in its "Architecture" line: Two famous Frank Lloyd Wright-designed buildings.
The Danish toymaker teamed up with the Frank Lloyd Foundation in Scottsdale to produce Lego versions of the Guggenheim Museum in New York City and the Falling Water home.