We just found a stash of xtra Shadow CDs! This new mix cd by DJ Shadow clocks in at over 60 minutes. Especially produced for the PUBLIC WORKS
Collaboration with OBEY… It will not disappoint!
Funky Shunk CD/Shadow T05019 $10.00
August 17th, 7-10 pm
The Standard Downtown Los Angeles
The LOFT 550 South Flower (at 6th Street) LA 90071
RSVP ONLY: email@example.com
Drinks provided by Dewars White Label
And additional giveaways by G4 TV
The Lollapalooza camp recently interviewed Shepard for their Lolla Lives Webisodes featuring Lollapalooza founder Perry Farrell. Lolla has released the first three Webisodes series to YouTube.com with astounding results (nearly 45,000 views, and nearly 100 subscribers since its debut). Shepardâ€™s first webisode was even featured on the front page of Youtube.com and has seen over 30,000 views itself, making him the latest Youtube.com sensation. Hit the links below and see for yourself what the buzz is about. Oh, and don’t forget to check out the other Lolla Lives Webisodes.
Lolla Lives Profile page: http://www.youtube.com/user/lollalives
Saturday August 12 @ 7:30pm ET only on G4
Icons is â€˜a dayâ€™ and â€˜the lifeâ€™ of todayâ€™s maverick entrepreneurs, entertainers, and pop culture institutions. They make, break or rewrite the rules for everyone and everything that follows. Icons gives viewers a true inside look at what makes their heroes tick.
â€œKeep your eyes and mind open, and question everythingâ€ is the motto that artist, activist and pop culture pioneer Shepard Fairey lives by. While he was a student at the Rhode Island School of Design, 19
year old Fairey began plastering images of wrestler Andre the Giant on any surface he could find. Almost 20 years later that image has become known around the world and is the foundation of the phenomenon called Obey Giant. G4 TV takes a look at the life of a true original on Icons: Shepard Fairey, Saturday, August 12, 7:30 PM e/t
Icons: Shepard Fairey premieres on G4 Saturday August 12 @ 7:30pm ET.
Go to g4tv.com/icons for more information and to find your local G4 channel number.
Check out this collaboration with VESTAL Watches! Called the MOTORHEAD, this limited fine piece of hardware includes a custom Vestal/OBEY sticker and guitar pick, all enclosed in a very well designed box. The MOTORHEAD watch comes in two different colorways, Silver and Black. Before you decide which you want, we must let you know that the Black version is slight more expensive but has a special
laser engraved Star Face/Public Works image on the back. Both watch boxes come signed by Shepard. The
MOTORHEAD Black is $200 and the Silver is $175… worth every penny.
Vestal Watch Silver T05017 $175.00
A Poster Retrospective at Subliminal Projects
Opening Reception: Sat, Feb 25th, 2006, 8pm – 11pm
Exhibition Dates: February 25, 2005 – March 25, 2006
Often considered Minneapolis’ best totally unknown design super team, Aesthetic Apparatus was founded around 1999 in Madison, Wisconsin by Dan Ibarra and Michael Byzewski as a fun side project from their “real” jobs. Â In August of 2002 AA became an official functioning design studio when Michael and Dan moved and opened shop in Minneapolis. Over the years their limited edition, screen printed concert posters have secretly snuck into the hearts and minds of a small, rather silent group of socially awkward music and design nerds. Now, Aesthetic Apparatus is a full time, full-fledged, insanely unstoppable, and occasionally award winning design mega-studio. They will break your heart and drink your blood.
This Poster Retrospective is the first of its kind to exhibit in Los Angeles. Â Since their existence, Aesthetic Apparatus has created over 200 of some of the most creative and innovated poster designs today. Their design work and limited edition screen-printed posters have been seen in CMJ, PRINT, HOW, Communication Arts, Rolling Stone, ReadyMade and American Handgun Lover magazine.
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I hope you are as outraged as we are about this! For all those who haven’t heard about this appalling offense, check it – The Washington DC Police Dept. and Bush Administration act against Free Speech as a woman silently questions and protests the US involvement in Iraq…”Just before Bush spoke of Freedom Tuesday night, she was jailed over a T-shirt that took a stand”…to get the whole story from this LA
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