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Connoisseur, Minneapolis

This Saturday is the first of a quarterly event held in Minneapolis, called Connoisseur. It will feature a mixture of music, video and fashion/art. YouWorkForThem will be premiering a new video during the event. Connoisseur will be held at the stunning historic Suburban World Theater. Check the site for a mix and see you there!

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Banksy latest and greatest

If Shepard Fairey is the Puff Daddy of graphic design, Banksy must be the Clash. The mythical figure just flicked off UK’s big brother system with his biggest work so far. — Daily Mail has more.

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Shepard Fairey Threatens to Sue

That damn song (Alanis Morissette) starts to play in my head now. But it seems ole Obey Giant (Shepard Fairey) has filed a complaint with this guy (I have never heard of until now) Baxter Orr for copying his work…Ironic? Karma? Or maybe this Baxter kid should get his own ideas? However you may see […]

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In a Dream

Catching up with our old buddy Cassidy today, he tells me he was helping work on this: “Over the past four decades, artist Isaiah Zagar has covered more than 50,000 square feet of Philadelphia with stunning mosaic murals. In A Dream is a documentary feature film that chronicles his work and his tumultuous relationship with […]

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In The Year 2000

What an amazing set of illustrations and drawings at the ‘In The Year 2000‘ photoset on Flickr. Not to be missed, browse this nice collection and check some of the credits and history behind some of these illustrations. Very Inspiring and these will always leave you with what a let down of what didn’t happen, […]

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Dutch artist Harm van den Dorpel work can be described as some DYI, ready-made, surrealistically remixed aesthetic. His Sleepwalkers series are not to be missed. Found through It’s Nice That.

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Holy Micro-Structure Batman! Complex Matters works with, among many disciplines, designers (see Sean Hanna and Assa Ashuach) producing intricate and flexible material lattices. It will be interesting to see the how the relationship evolves between aesthetics and performance with such hyper-specificity.

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