theonlymagicleftisart:

So what’s the deal with #ART03?

So here’s the deal faithful followers. I’ve had to make a few changes to my Quarterly boxes. Instead of $50, they’re now $30. Because of the price cut I have decided to only focus on one artist per box. 

Since I’ve received quite a few requests to include my Polaroid photography in future shipments I’ve decided the next box will revolve around a beautiful hardcover 38 page Photo book of all of my most popular Polaroids I’ve shot. It will be designed and printed by our friends at Social Print Studio.

To be clear, I’ve never released any of my photos for sale anywhere before besides a physical show I had back in January 2012 in San Francisco.

If this is something you are interested in do not hesitate to get my next Quarterly box because there are limited quantities and it will sell out quick. 

There are two options. You can simply buy ONLY the next box. Or you may do a continuous subscription in which you will receive a different artist every 3 months.

Click here to secure your copy.

Also, one lucky subscriber will receive a free POLAROID CAMERA and a pack of IMPOSSIBLE FILM in addition to their subscription!

Here, Here and Here.

Next box ships out in August

asylum-art:

Chen Dao Lee’s Twisted Paintings of Fiery-Haired Vixens

Taiwan-born artist Chen Dao Lee’s creates ambiguous narratives of unresolved tensions. His style is nearly photorealistically perfect. His compositions are taut and vigorous. If the light in his work made a noise, it would be loud and blaring. It’s his choice of subject that makes the work provocative. Each piece features young, beautiful, semi-clad women with garish red hair. Some hold automatic weapons. Some wrestle with each other. Some engage in sexual escapades with other women. Some do so with other men. These women are young, beautiful, and… bored. 

asylum-art:

Don Kenn’s Monsters

John Kenn  was born in Denmark, writes and produces TV shows for kids, but in his spare time he enjoys with these fantastic and disturbing illustrations, made of Post-it.