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K. Olin tribu X Pez & Giulio Rossi

K.Olin tribu will present his first collaboration for a print with 2 illustrators: Pez & Giulio Rossi. French native Pez produces great artwork with pencil being the main medium. His work is extraordinary, paying as much detail as possible with each of his pieces.

Italian artist Giulio Rossi’s focuses on the use of digital media. His artwork is brought to life with his various color schemes, sometimes mixing black and white with vibrant colors.

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K. Olin tribu X Mr. Peruca Prints

K. Olin tribu will present his first collaboration for a print with Brazilian illustrator Mr. Peruca.  Mr. Peruca is a Brazilian illustrator, designer and art director based in London.
He created a series of iconic and famous characters represented by their bald heads.

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Damien Hirst x Alexander McQueen Scarf Collection

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This Damien Hirst and Alexander McQueen scarf collab is a long time coming.  The Skull print scarf made it’s debut a 10 years ago and to celebrate the moment, this union seems quite fitting. The graphics on each scarf are amazing and are influenced by Damine Hirst’s Entomology series in which you can see butterflies, spiders and various insects put together in a way to form the late designer’s skull pattern.  There will be 30 custom designs that will launch today (November 15) at the brand’s official store as well as McQueen boutiques.

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GQ’s 25 Anniversary Issue Featuring Rihanna

In celebrating it’s 25th Anniversary, British GQ acquired the services of iconic artist Damien Hirst and pop sensation Rihanna for its cover. The overall visual is a sexy and sultry take on the Medusa mythos in which Rih Rih is seen sporting snakes on her head and a big Python around her neck. Hirst’s visual is brought to life in this very surreal spread, but be sure not to stare directly into Rihanna’s snake like eyes as you could very well be turned to stone! Look out for the December 2013 issue of British GQ in a few weeks.

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Banksy Sells Artwork Worth $225,000 For $420

Iconic British street artist Banksy has done it yet again by offering his priceless artwork for little to nothing.  Potential buyers had no clue that the work presented was actually Banksy’s because he wasn’t at the stall in New York where his work was set up. Instead he hired an elderly man to watch over the stencils. Here’s what Banksy wrote:

“Yesterday I set up a stall in the park selling 100% authentic original signed Banksy canvases. For $60 [£38] each.”

It turns out that only 3 people purchased the prints and judging by past Banksy artwork, these could definitely help the buyers out tremendously if they chose to sell.  On the day of the event one woman bought two small canvases and later a younger woman bought a bigger canvas for regular price. Another person from Chicago bought four pieces for his new house.

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Banksy Converts New York Delivery Truck Into A Mobile Garden

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Iconic street artist Banksy continues to push the boundaries of creativity, this time by converting a New York delivery truck into a mobile garden. As part of the “Better Out Than In” New York City street exhibition, the truck is equipped with a rainbow, waterfall and butterflies. The mobile garden truck will visit a different location every evening with the first location being East Village.

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‘Breaking Bad’ Walter White Prints

Breaking Bad Limited Edition Evolution of Walter White Prints

Riding on the waves of the recently Breaking Bad season finale, a series of collector’s edition prints have been released to commemorate the occasion. The prints were designed by Ty Mattson, which are made thru the process of silk-screening and shows Walter White’s evolution from science teacher, through Heisenberg, and lastly Mr. Lambert. You can buy the the prints as individual 18″ x 24″ posters or the whole set as 11″ x 14″ prints. The prints are of course numbered and hand signed by the artist,  buy here.