Olly Moss Limited Edition Silhouettes Book Planned

In May, I posted about the publication of Silhouettes From Popular Culture by Olly Moss. Today Moss tweeted that a limited edition Silhouettes book bound in leather with fun extras is planned: “Sneaky peek at the Limited Edition version. It’s taking a bit of time because its coming with some fun extras that we can’tContinue reading “Olly Moss Limited Edition Silhouettes Book Planned”

POP! 2 The Art of Pop Culture Returns To Ltd. Art Gallery In Seattle On November 8th, 2012

One year ago Ltd. Art Gallery opened their doors in Seattle with their very fist show POP!: The Art of Pop Culture. To celebrate this milestone the gallery announces POP! 2, the second installment of this art show. The opening reception will be on Thursday, November 8th  from 6pm-10pm and the show will run until DecemberContinue reading “POP! 2 The Art of Pop Culture Returns To Ltd. Art Gallery In Seattle On November 8th, 2012”

Hero Complex Founder Geoff Boucher To Head to Entertainment Weekly

In a memo from Entertainment Weekly managing editor Jess Cagle to the magazine’s staff: “We are thrilled to tell you that Geoff Boucher is coming to Entertainment Weekly. Geoff is one of the most well-known and respected journalists in Hollywood, with a true passion for pop culture and an array of talents and expertise thatContinue reading “Hero Complex Founder Geoff Boucher To Head to Entertainment Weekly”

Dave Perillo & Tom Whalen To Unveil Their 2 Man Show “Around The World In An 80′s Daze” At Gallery 1988: Venice

On September 28, 2012, artists Dave Perillo and Tom Whalen will unveil their 2-man show, “Around The World in an 80′s Daze” at Gallery 1988: Venice. The show will feature 21 screenprinted retro-style travel posters that celebrate 80′s pop culture. Both Dave and Tom will be in attendance at the show opening on Friday, SeptemberContinue reading “Dave Perillo & Tom Whalen To Unveil Their 2 Man Show “Around The World In An 80′s Daze” At Gallery 1988: Venice”

POSTALGIA, 80s & 90s Pop Culture Solo Art Show by Steve Thomas

POSTALGIA is a solo art show by artist Steve Thomas featuring his retro-style posters that highlights pop culture icons of the ’80s and ’90s at Ltd. Art Gallery in Seattle, Washington. The opening reception is Saturday July 28, 2012 at 7 PM and the show runs through August 26th. The first 50 attendees get aContinue reading “POSTALGIA, 80s & 90s Pop Culture Solo Art Show by Steve Thomas”

Preview “Velvet Paintings For Your Inner Nerd,” A Solo Art Show By Bruce White At Gallery 1988

Here’s a preview for “Velvet Paintings For Your Inner Nerd,” a solo art show from Bruce White, which will open Friday July 27th, from 7-10 PM at G1988 (Melrose). Bruce will hanging out, ready to talk velvet portrait goodness with you

Mike Mitchell “Just Like Us” Art Show At Gallery1988

Gallery1988 is proud to announce their latest show at its Melrose location, “Just Like Us,” from Los Angeles artist, and G1988 favorite, Mike Mitchell. Mike has created an outstanding body of work, all (very) limited edition giclee prints parodying some of your most beloved pop culture icons in some very menial situations.’ Whether it’s SuperContinue reading “Mike Mitchell “Just Like Us” Art Show At Gallery1988″

Chris Hardwick’s Nerdist Channel Press Conference

Chris Hardwick held a press conference to announce the line-up for his Nerdist YouTube Channel launching April 2nd. The press was excited to hear about shows featuring talent like Neil Patrick Harris, Rob Zombie, Weird Al Yankovic, Alex Albrecht, Alison Haislip, Harry Knowles, Kids in the Hall and many, many more. Subscribe HERE to watchContinue reading “Chris Hardwick’s Nerdist Channel Press Conference”

Doctorama, Famous Doctors From Pop Culture in Futurama Head Jars

CoDdesigns and rtofirefly took familiar doctors from pop culture, like Doctor Who and Dr. Dre, and combined them with the Head-in-a-Jar gag from sci-fi animated television show Futurama to make Doctorama. A tee-shirt has been made from the original design ($28).

Introducing TIME’s New iPad App: Populist

In 2005, TIME launched the first of a series of comprehensive culture lists: The 100 Greatest Movies of All-TIME. Compiled by Richard Corliss and Richard Schickel, it named the best films—in their critics’ opinions—made since the magazine was founded in 1923. In the years since, the magazine’s critics and writers have done the same forContinue reading “Introducing TIME’s New iPad App: Populist”

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