New Projects Are Totally Snowed In
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What, you thought the holidays would distract us? No way! We’ve been just as excited about new projects as ever. And whether you’re currently snowbound or not, we think you’ll enjoy this round-up of all our favorite newly launched — enough to carry you right into the new year!
While toilet humor can be, er, a bit messy, it’s always important to remember your bathroom manners, especially when you are in someone else’s home. As part of her ongoing Be Nice Project, a woman simply known as “Jennifer” is creating a fully embroidered, full-color pamphlet kindly emphasizing the importance of proper bathroom etiquette. $3 gets you a poo pamphlet of your very own. — Mike M.
Lots of lip action coming your way with the latest issue of Gypsé Eyes Magazine, a Brooklyn-based art-design-photography pub that isn’t afraid to talk about what everyone wants to talk about — sex and love, baby. Featuring commissioned work from a variety of artists and published using both fine art and handmade techniques, issue 3 of the mag brings you make-outs with more content and more extras, all printed on a heavier, sexier matte paper. The bonus make-out mix CD features aptly named band Trés Lingerie, and you’ll also get a special wearable glowing “poster.” Get a taste of what the previous issue looked like below. — Daniella J.
Frisbee on the lawn, frisbee on the beach, frisbee golf, picnic frisbee, weekend frisbee… The ubiquitos flying disc is so simple and so classic that it’s easy to forget how rad of a phenomenon it is. So filmmaker Jan Bäss, historian Michael Osterhoff, and frisbee afficionado Gregor Marter are out to remind the world with an I-can’t-believe-it-hasn’t-been-made-yet frisbee documentary. Join the ride as they interview influential players across the US, Europe, and Japan and find out how a little piece of plastic changed the world. — Daniella J.
Samantha is kind of a smartass, and that’s why I like her. She creates fine art oil paintings of contemporary, highly influential figures in some, well, compromising positions. Although her work employs old school techniques, the finished paintings express some seriously modern satire. Gotta admire her gumption! — Cassie M.
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