Yesterday we went to see the @rickmobile so I decided to post all of the [adult swim] swag that we've bought or made over the years. @adultswim #rickmobile
@kidrobot from @Target
The Blue Morpho
@originalfunko Funko Mini from @target
Mr. Poopy Butthole
Made by hand by @itsbrandib1tch
Bought at the @rickmobile
Pickle Rick Pin
@shoneys Butt Mug
Mr. Poopy Butthole
What a beauty. Have you seen this work of art? Today is the mural dedication and everyone is welcome to come check it out! 🎊 #repost @inkdwell - Please join us in Ogden TODAY at 1pm on 455 25th St for the dedication of Monarch in Moda, our sixth Monarch Migrating Mural!
When our client, Thaine Fischer, initially told us the @monarchbuildingogden was going to be a makers space to anchor the new @ninerails creative district, we decided to present him with something...bold. We'd never done a design quite like this before and knew it was a risky proposal. While Monarch in Moda would fit right in a place like LA or Miami, we weren't sure how a smaller mountain town like Ogden would react. To the credit of Thaine and our other partners--@ogdenfirst @weberstateu_lindquist_college @ogdennaturecenter @webercountyut @ogdencityutah--they wholeheartedly embraced the idea of creating a mural that tells a story of both the monarch butterfly and art history.
Inspired by the Op Art movement of 1960s "Monarch in Moda" explores the graphic patterns of monarch butterflies. Best known for their rich orange coloring, monarchs also flaunt dramatic black and white spotting on their wings and body, reminiscent of patterns used in Op Art work. Rooted in the concept of perception and movement, Op Art—short for “Optical Art”—uses a complex composition of patterns and colors to confuse and excite the eye, much like monarchs themselves. This mural presented a wonderful opportunity to explore how artistic expression and innovation are rooted in nature's grand designs. No matter how clever we humans think we are, nature always does it first--and best.
This Sunday we got us two awesome gigs. First up is at @camden.monarch with @aktionmusicuk & @oxjamcamden2018 presenting Suffragette City Revisited. Some amazing female artists on the bill. A great cause AND free! More deets to follow 🥀
Art for Real Estate Week 2! This week, I’m going to feature developer commissioned art in Manhattan. Today’s art is “Flows Two Ways” by Stephen Glassman. This 56ft by 60ft wall sculpture was commissioned by The Durst Organization for its West 57 development in NYC. As pointed out by Stephen Glassman Studio’s website, it’s blurring the lines between art and architect. #stephenglassmanstudio