Seeing your favourite band live is great enough, but being invited on stage to play with them would be a dream come true for most people. Well, that dream did ..
Nothing says Halloween like a marathon of some of our favorite horror movies, from slasher flicks to ghost stories. But unless you’re Jamie Lee Curtis, starring in a horror flick doesn’t often lead to a full-on career. A select few have broken out of that bad luck.
In 2011, stand-up comedians Corinne Fisher and Krystyna Hutchinson teamed up at Gotham City Improv to make New Yorkers forget about their horrific train commute with debaucherous sex stories and borderline uncomfortable personal anecdotes. The pair then launched a podcast, Guys We Fucked , which has held its top five spot on the iTunes charts ever since. The self-produced “anti slut-shaming podcast” started in 2013 and set to make the world a more sex-positive place one lubricious sex story at a time.
Fat Wreck Chords founder and NOFX bassist, Fat Mike Burkett is now officially in the business of combining punk rock with beers in the name of a newly formed festival called Punk in Drublic. Set for six cities this year, the festival is a combination of the every-growing craft beer festival circuit meets rock and roll and makes for the perfect opportunity for nostalgia over cold ones. While the Bay Area date in Concord was postponed Saturday due to concerns about the air quality from the fire disasters in Northern California, we had a chance to get out to the Sacramento show and had a blast.
Past cover artist Aryz (January 2013 to be exact) recently spent some time in Naestved, Denmark, working on a new mural titled Menyspreu / Menosprecio (Disparagement). Battling unfortunate weather conditions, the Catalan artist successfully wrapped up yet another exceptional public artwork, once again reinventing and challenging his style and aesthetics.
For his performance as Sam, the teenage sociopath protagonist of Born to Kill , Jack Rowan received unanimously glowing reviews. The unsettling miniseries, which aired in April and May in the UK, offered Rowan his first leading role; before playing Sam, the 20-year-old South London native only had a handful of credits to his name, including a guest part in Silent Witness , a short film, and the fantasy series Beowulf
The Art of the Personal Project is a crucial element to let potential buyers see how you think creatively on your own. I am drawn to personal projects that have an interesting vision or that show something I have never seen before
Danish photographer, Peter Funch, placed these rigid confines upon his 9 year photographic project, 42nd and Vanderbilt. Narrowing the infinite opportunities NYC has to offer an artist, Funch brings to the surface the minutiae contained within a fragment of our daily routine, the short walk from Point A to Point B, reminding us that the practice of photography in general, and street photography specifically, has only scratched the surface of possibility.
American artist James Stanford’s visually stunning and intricately constructed modern mandala series, Indra’s Jewels, will be premiered during Asian Art in London 2017.
Filmmaker and composer John Carpenter has soundtracked countless deaths for slash-happy films like Halloween (1978), Escape From New York (1981) and Big Trouble In Little China (1986). As the musical genius behind 30 films, stretching over four decades, he has manufactured a sound that’s synonymous with horror
Baton Rouge Gallery is now accepting submissions for Surreal Salon 10, the juried exhibition celebrates the growing quality and popularity of the pop-surrealist/lowbrow movement in contemporary art.
Last weekend, The Garage contemporary art space in Amsterdam hosted their second solo exhibition with Ludovic Vernhet, aka Ludo. For his comeback show after 6 years away from Amsterdam, the Paris-based artist turned the gallery space in the historic part of Amsterdam into a pop-up tattoo parlour.
Photo: @Bryanjaysinger on Instagram By now we’re all well aware that Rami Malek is playing Freddie Mercury in the upcoming Queen biopic, Bohemian Rhapsody. And last month, we got our first glimpse of Malek as the iconic musician and queer legend via a professional shot by Entertainment Weekly . Today, we get our next peek at the heartthrob, via an Instagram post director Bryan Singer explained he “couldn’t help” but sharing: Couldn’t help myself and had to post this iPhone pic A post shared by Bryan Singer (@bryanjaysinger) on Oct 16, 2017 at 6:30pm PDT Suffice to say, Malek really has the look for the part. “When you’re able to open your eyes and see a different person staring back at you in the mirror,” Malek said to EW about his first time in costume, “it’s a very affirming moment.” Bohemian Rhapsody will focus on Queen from 1970, when Mercury joined forces with Brian May and Roger Taylor, up until 1985, when he performed at Live Aid. It’s set for release on Christmas 2018.
Guy Bourdin was a groundbreaking image-maker and undoubtedly one of the most influential fashion photographers of the twentieth century.
A wrinkly orange humanoid rises from a laboratory table. A man is executed in a coin-operated electric chair. A sea serpent is unearthed on a California beach. And there are 13 Studebakers in the front yard. Welcome to the curious world of Clayton Bailey, Certified Nut Artist.
As the fourth season of Define Beauty kicks off this week, we’re revisiting the film that ignited the series, which has since seen a host of visionary directors—including Bart Hess, CANADA and Barnaby Roper—get under the skin of our relationship to desirability by fusing notions of beauty and the grotesque.
Brooklyn duo FEVER HIGH are about to release their debut full-length, titled FHNY . In advance, the duo — comprised of Reni Lane and Anna Nordeen — have shared a new song titled “Good Advice,” a fizzy blast of electro-pop which Lane and Nordeen describe as “ our take on unsolicited advice; how it feels to be on the receiving end of it and how to brush it off.” The song has a surprising guest star — none other than Jurassic Park star Jeff Goldblum, who appears in the second half and delivers an absurdist monologue about indigo shirts and Fiddler On The Roof
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It may have come as a surprise to much of the world that the man behind many of our favorite films is an alleged sexual predator. But to those in Hollywood, it was just a little-known fact. Within the past two weeks, numerous women have come forward with allegations of sexual assault at the hands of Harvey Weinstein, illustrating a deep-rooted problem in Hollywood