We’re please to show you a preview for our next volume of Hi-Fructose New Contemporary Art Magazine!
Our first issue of 2014, this issue features a beautiful cover and feature by James Jean, Art Farming with Wim Delvoye, the installations of David Choong Lee, the paintings of Lu Cong, The Art of Being Gary Baseman, the broken skate deck sculptures of Haroshi, a large feature on painter Tran Nugyen,the graphic oil paintings of Nathan Fox, a fantastic feature on Tiffany Bozic, hyper real sculptor Ron Mueck, Daniel martin Diaz’ new book, and a very special 16 page insert by Camille Rose Garcia, featuring beautiful reproductions of her works on paper, and more! Pre-order a copy today:http://store.hifructose.com/products/hi-fructose-volume-30-preorder
GLENN BARR for more of his work click here
Summertime Sadness (2012)
Seasons Change by Greg “Craola” Simkins
Erik Jones fashion illustration Exhibition
Thank you Erik Jones for sending us his new works for Colorform show in New York at Sacred Gallery NYC, on 5th Dec. The amazing artworks are drawn by Pencil, Acrylic, Wax Pastel on Revies bfk paper mounted to wood panel.
Born In St. Petersburg Florida, Erik is focusing on contemporary figure painting as well abstract form and space art. He combines traditional and modern techniques to create vibrant, techni-colored portraits with a certain pop-edge cool about them, contrasting with the delicate and dreamy aura projected by his female subjects.
Erik other Artworks
With funding cuts forcing homeless shelters to close and limited affordable housing, can Obama deliver on his vow to end homelessness by 2020? Weigh in and watch The Stream on Al Jazeera America at 7:30p ET/4:30p PT.
Ho Ho Ho! Holiday give away!!!!
So here is some of my old stuff that I am no longer in need of! Some of it I hold very dear but can no longer store due to my recent move to a smaller place so here’s your chance to snags some sick free shit!
2 pairs of dogplie shorts
4 band shirts
1 seditionaries reprint shirt
1 black and white hoodie (much punx so crust)
1 original amazing hand painted seditionaries (only anarchists are pretty) painting (by addictedtochaos check em out on IG)
And a studded belt!
Here’s the rules!
1. You must follow me
2. Only reblogs count
3.the give away will end December 25th (Christmas Day) so make sure you have an ask box so I can message you and get your address!
4. Reblog like a mother fucker!
Cheers and have fun!!
THIS IS REALLY MESSING ME UP
WHAT THE EVER LOVING BOLLOCKING FUCK
MAKE IT STOP IM CRYING
I love fractals
OHMYGOD IM SO STUPID I SAT AND STARED AT THIS FOR 7 MINUTES WAITING FOR SOMETHING TO HAPPEN
Nelson Mandela, who died yesterday at age 95, was a South African anti-apartheid revolutionary who served as President of South Africa from 1994-1999.
During the 1950’s, while working as an anti-apartheid lawyer, Mandela was repeatedly arrested for ‘seditious activities’ and ‘treason.’ In 1963 he was convicted of sabotage and conspiracy to overthrow the government, and sentenced to life imprisonment. Mandela served 27 years in prison before an international lobbying campaign finally won his release in 1990.
In 1994, Mandela was elected President and formed a Government of National Unity in an attempt to diffuse ethnic tensions. As President, he established a new constitution and initiated the Truth and Reconciliation Commission to investigate past human rights abuses and to uncover the truth about crimes of the South African government, using amnesty as a mechanism.
Nelson Mandela was a powerful and inspirational leader who eloquently and forcefully spoke truth to power. As tributes are published over the coming days, the corporate media will paint a sanitized portrait of Mandela that leaves out much of who he was. We expect to see ‘safe’ Mandela quotes such as “education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world” or “after climbing a great hill, one only finds that there are many more hills to climb.”