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photographer, mixed media artist, organizer, promoter, event planner, passive activist, energy connoisseur, universe thanker, life enthusiast
“I like art, and by art I mean music, poetry, sex, paintings, the human body, literature. All of this is art to me.” — Hunter Reveu

whadafunknyc:

old school trains.

whadafunknyc:

old school trains.

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jerrybuttles:

Max Schaaf, a Photography Exhibit by Jerry Buttles
May 1st – May 4th
 
Kinfolk 94
94 Wythe Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11249
 
Opening Reception
Thursday, May 1st 2014
6:00-9:00PM
 
 
Max Schaaf, a Photography Exhibit by Jerry Buttles
 
Through analog portraiture Jerry presents a series of images that captures a life in routine. These images represent a passion and strive to convey the culture and lifestyle of ones being. The exhibit appeals to more than one sense with both the visuals of the work and the handcrafted scent designed to create a nostalgic feeling.
 
Jerry Buttles (b. 1986) is a New York City based photographer. He has a wide variety of mediums within photography. A regular contributor to Hypebeast Magazine, Jerry’s work has also been featured in HERO magazine online, Fucking Young Magazine, and Visual Tales Magazine. Some of Jerry’s clients include Maison Martin Margiela, Nike, & The Frye Company. 
http://www.jerrybuttles.com 
Max Schaaf, a long time skateboarding veteran and custom motorcycle builder who resides in Oakland, CA.
 
http://4qconditioning.blogspot.com/
 
Kinfolk 94, Since Kinfolk’s inception in 2007, the idea behind the “Kinfolklife” mantra has grown exponentially. From providing then-impossible to obtain Japanese track bikes to customers around the globe, to a flagship lounge in Tokyo, to Kinfolk’s Williamsburg design outpost and cafe, to a menswear store and adjacent event space, the Kinfolk brand continues to grow, curating projects as celebrated as they are varied, pushing boundaries in the fields of food, music, art and beyond. “Max Schaaf, a Photography exhibit by Jerry Buttles” marks the very first installation of Kinfolk 94, a multi use gallery space unique for a custom-fabricated, Pacific Northwest-inspired geodesic dome enclosure.
 
http://www.kinfolklife.com                            

jerrybuttles:

Max Schaaf, a Photography Exhibit by Jerry Buttles

May 1st – May 4th

 

Kinfolk 94

94 Wythe Ave

Brooklyn, NY 11249

 

Opening Reception

Thursday, May 1st 2014

6:00-9:00PM

 

 

Max Schaaf, a Photography Exhibit by Jerry Buttles

 

Through analog portraiture Jerry presents a series of images that captures a life in routine. These images represent a passion and strive to convey the culture and lifestyle of ones being. The exhibit appeals to more than one sense with both the visuals of the work and the handcrafted scent designed to create a nostalgic feeling.

 

Jerry Buttles (b. 1986) is a New York City based photographer. He has a wide variety of mediums within photography. A regular contributor to Hypebeast Magazine, Jerry’s work has also been featured in HERO magazine online, Fucking Young Magazine, and Visual Tales Magazine. Some of Jerry’s clients include Maison Martin Margiela, Nike, & The Frye Company. 

http://www.jerrybuttles.com 

Max Schaaf, a long time skateboarding veteran and custom motorcycle builder who resides in Oakland, CA.

 

http://4qconditioning.blogspot.com/

 

Kinfolk 94, Since Kinfolk’s inception in 2007, the idea behind the “Kinfolklife” mantra has grown exponentially. From providing then-impossible to obtain Japanese track bikes to customers around the globe, to a flagship lounge in Tokyo, to Kinfolk’s Williamsburg design outpost and cafe, to a menswear store and adjacent event space, the Kinfolk brand continues to grow, curating projects as celebrated as they are varied, pushing boundaries in the fields of food, music, art and beyond. “Max Schaaf, a Photography exhibit by Jerry Buttles” marks the very first installation of Kinfolk 94, a multi use gallery space unique for a custom-fabricated, Pacific Northwest-inspired geodesic dome enclosure.

 

http://www.kinfolklife.com                            

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supersonicart:

Nychos: “Street Anatomy.”

Currently at Fifty24SF in San Francisco, California is street artist Nychos’s solo show, “Street Anatomy.”  The show features a series of the Austria based artist’s world renown, split open subjects where their insides are displayed in full anatomical glory.  Along with the show Nychos put up several murals around the Bay Area.  You can see more images of Nychos at work as well as work from the show below:

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terrysdiary:

Sunset in Utah #2

terrysdiary:

Sunset in Utah #2

generic-art:

István Sándorfi

generic-art:

István Sándorfi

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generic-art:

István Sándorfi

generic-art:

István Sándorfi

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not—banksy:

Tank Petrol in Manchester

not—banksy:

Tank Petrol in Manchester

boredonthetrain:

Pearl paint is gone?!? I miss the old New York #newyorkcity #pearlpaint #art #gentrification

boredonthetrain:

Pearl paint is gone?!? I miss the old New York #newyorkcity #pearlpaint #art #gentrification

"This place holds more magic for me than any palace in the world.”  Legend (1985)

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loakal:

1xRUN is releasing a limited edition set of prints from “Carpe Diem” that features Brett Amory, Jessica Hess, Hueman and Max Kauffman’s pieces. The original works were painted within a 24 hour period inside the gallery on 4’ by 8’ panels. 

Print details:

- 1 - Brett Amory “Waiter #?” Archival Print on 310gsm Fine Art Paper 
- 1 - Hueman “Aurora” Archival Print on 310gsm Fine Art Paper 
- 1 - Jessica Hess “Cock Fight” Archival Print on 310gsm Fine Art Paper 
- 1 - Max Kauffman “The House That Owl Built” Archival Print on 310gsm Fine Art Paper 

Each print is signed and comes with a certificate of authenticity.

All four prints are dropping in only two days. More info and artist interviews on the 1xRun site:http://blog.1xrun.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/carpe4.jpg

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