I Let Myself Drain (Dwarf) by Jan Fabre
I definitely feel like this whenever I see work that I truly admire.
“А life-size wax sculpture of a man, rammed into a painting made by a great Serbian artist. The sculpture is Fabre’s alter ego: an artist in the role of a martyr. Defeated by his ancestors, the alter ego accepts the fact that he will never be equal to the grand masters of the past, and will never experience their fame.”
Artists: | Website | [via: Quiet Lunch & Oktobarskisalon]
Wood Watches by Slim Timber
You may be aware of Slim Timber and their wooden wallets, well now they are venturing into the world of watches. The water resistent watch, appropriately named The Slab, is made out of repurposed skateboard decks or stabilised maple wood, and is powered by kinetic movement, which means you never have to worry about batteries. They are currently looking for pledges on Kickstarter to fund the project, and I’ve embedded a nice video below to give you a bit more information about the watches, which is definitely worth checking out.
Artists: | Website | Facebook | Twitter | Kickstarter |
The Guide by Young Fathers
Like most of the music I listen to, I was introduced to this Scottish alternative hip-hop group by the internet’s busiest music nerd, aka Anthony Fantano, way back in 2011 when their debut EP Tape One was released. Last year they were signed to Anticon Records and they re-released Tape One last January in various formats, including cassette tape, which is nice. I hoping that they release an album this year now that they have a label backing them, so fingers crossed for that.
Artists: | Website | Soundcloud | Twitter | Facebook |
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