Archive for the ‘Graphic Design’ Category

Shepard Fairey: Idiot or Art World Bad Boy?

So I woke up this morning thinking about this venue of artblogging, and I came upon the article in the NY Times about Shepard Fairey confessing to a copyright violation for using an AP image in his famous “Obama Hope” poster. Of course I, like everyone else in America is familiar with the poster and […]

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Review of the NY Art Book Fair 2009

On my rounds a few weeks back of the galleries, I stopped into Printed Matter to check out if there was anything titillating for me to browse through. One of my favorite things to do, especially when I was a student, is to spend hours thumbing through books at the bookstore. I haven’t been doing […]

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Yuk! Basil Wolverton Goes Blue Chip

Basil Wolverton at Gladstone Gallery (June 20 – August 14, 2009) is definitely a show worth seeing, for those of us who don’t have time to try and figure out the point of it all.  It’s also a reflection of how almost anything these days can be considered high-end art. People will recognize his style, […]

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