Printed Matter will opened an exhibition entitled, there is xerox on the insides of your eyelids, this past Saturday at their space in New York. The exhibition takes a look at American skate culture zines from the 80s. The show is brief and will only run through November 22nd, so if you are around the area and a skateboarding fan, this is the show for you. Check inside for more information.
A Continuous Lean is in the process of planning a mini-tour of the factories of some of their favorite American companies, and Red Wing Shoes happens to be one of the names on their list. Red Wing sent this video over the ACL and they were kind enough to post it up on their site. Check the video after the jump.
“We are proud to present Peter Saville as our next cover artist and curator of Arkitip No. 0049. Arkitip No. 0049 will be a virtual catalog of Peter’s work including essays from Saville’s colleagues throughout his career. It will also include two original prints from the designer. The prints will be 12 x 12 In. on 100 lb. archival stock and will sit on top of the magazine inside a custom designed box carefully encasing the magazine and prints. After another groundbreaking year in publishing for Arkitip, we aim to end the year in style by collaborating with one of the most influential designers of our generation. Available the 20th of November.”
Two photographers have captured images of some of today’s most recognizable and emerging art talents and assembled a traveling show featuring those very photographs. Now, those works by Tatiana Wills and Roman Cho are being released in the form of mini-sets containing 5″ x 7 ” prints of the photographed artists. Volume 1 will have portraits of Shepard Fairey, Mark Ryden, Audrey Kawasaki, Ron English, David Choe, Saber, Gary Baseman, Kozyndan, Anders Nilsen and Karen Knighton. These prints are hand-signed by Wills and Cho and are available now. Check inside for information on where to purchase.
In honor of Russian Vogue’s 10th anniversary, some of the world’s foremost designers have lent their talents to design some special matrioshka dolls to commemorate the occasion. Maison Martin Margiela, Marc Jacobs, Dries Van Noten, Paul Smith, Ralph Lauren and Marni are just a fraction of the names that participated in the creation of these dolls. Each designer added their own personal touch to really embody their respective labels. Check a few images inside.