Don’t usually reblog stuff like this, but this juxtaposition is great. As for Her, I thought it was visually beautiful but I fell asleep in the theatre actually.
The Visual AIDS POSTCARDS FROM THE EDGE benefit show is this weekend in New York, featuring over 1,300 artists. It’s all a secret and you don’t know whose work you’ve purchased until it’s yours. (Unless you follow me, because it’s obvious, so shhhh!)
Click above for more information about this event.
really excited to be on booooooom today, I think I just made my own fan art
Anxious? Avoidant? Rep yr attachment style with a scarf from Print All Over Me!
Thanks for the much needed reminder @adamjk #jktoday
Two weeks into the year and I’ve been sending a small treat every day. So far I’ve sent postcards, ribbons, and a pack of balloons… anything really!
It’s free to sign up for USA addresses at adamjk.com/today
Super stoked to announce my collaboration with Stay Home Club coming in Feb! Shirts, prints, totes, and patches will make up the first ever capsule collection released through Stay Home Club, and I am honored to be included along the likes of Olivia Mew and her club of amazing artists that have collaborated on past projects :’)
I’ve completed 120 “week in scraps” collages since August 31st, 2011, one per week with the exception of a single collage for January 2013. The best thing about doing this is being able to give focus to the overlooked ephemera of daily life, and find new ways to treasure small things. Some weeks are boring, but it’s always honest. You can see each individually here.
Along the way I’ve been very inspired by other artists’ work. Janice Wu does gorgeous watercolor illustrations of “seemingly worthless objects.” Nicole Lavelle uses collected objects and scraps to perfectly compliment the sentimentality of her work. Jason Bartell does meticulous charcoal drawings of bands’ set lists. Kate Bingaman-Burt has drawn a daily purchase for over six years!
Photographer Devin Castro has been following this blog for a few years now, and three months ago he started posting his own week in scraps on instagram. His #myweekinscraps hashtag has taken off, and there are currently over 350 different collections! It caught me by surprise, but it’s so awesome to see these from others, especially transit tickets from other cities, which is my favorite!
Share your own with hashtag #myweekinscraps on tumblr, instagram, or anywhere else. It’s amazing what you can make out of almost nothing at all.