Monday, July 30, 2012
This. Is. Pretty. Flippen. Amazeballs. An art exhibition totally devoted to the alphabet - an alphabition if you will. 26 local SA designers/art directors/artists were each given the task of coming up with a rad design for a specific letter. From what I can see so far, it's gonna be quite the alphabet. So pop down to Wolves this Friday from 6pm. There will be 30 A2 prints of each letter available for only R350 each. It'll prob run a week or so. More than enough time to figure out what you want to spell on your wall with these awesome designer letters. If you can't spell, well, they also serve delicious craft beer.
Posted by He who says hmm... at 5:07 PM
Nothing like watching a 60ft Olympic sprinter's hologram furiously running on water... only to be ruined by a giant Gillette razor at the end. You know, 'cos as an Olympic sponsor that's what you want to leave people with. A fucking razor. Not an amazing athlete who inspires. A razor... Idiots.
Posted by He who says hmm... at 8:04 AM
The Olympics are supposed to be about taking part, about competition and every athlete should be celebrated just for getting this far. At least that's what Pierre de Coubertin, Father of the Modern Olympic Games, would have us all believe. The truth is, no one gives a shit if you don't win a medal. It's sad but true. That now. Take a look at The London Underdogs Project - a rather fun way to garner support for those "special" athletes who try hard, dream big and have no hope in hell of winning anything. They have names you don't know, they're from countries you've never heard of and besides their mums, no one is cheering for them. You can make a difference. Find one or two of them on the London Underdogs site, send them one of these nifty banners and make their day. Go on. Every underdog deserves its day.
Posted by He who says hmm... at 7:46 AM
The Saatchi Gallery wants you to discover art. New art. Art from around the world. So they've created the 100 Curators Exhibition. Each day for 100 days, 10 new pieces of art will be revealed online, selected by top curators from the most prestigious museums and galleries around the world. They'll be added to what should become the largest online art exhibition ever. The only issue I have is they're overlooking South Africa in all of this. Which pisses me off. Who do these pommy bastards think they are? It's 'cos of the spear isn't it? Stupid spear.
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