Our old pal Anna Moller has just updated her portfolio with loads of her signature richly hued photography. It seems to me Anna’s newer work is taking a dip towards darker, smaller, more private moments, though it doesn’t feel deliberate to me. I love that kind of involuntary evolution.
What’s our pal Jason Dean from The Best Part (one of our favorite, now defunct blogs) been up to lately? A lot. Namely, he’s been churning out sweet ass posters of his own work like every other day. Check ‘em out. Then buy ‘em.
Man, it’s been more than two years since we last checked in on Chad Kouri and that’s just way too long. I’m happy to report that big homie is still prolific, still medium-agnostic, still funny and still visually on point to the fullest.
Check out Canadian artist Howie Tsui. His newest series, “Horror Fables” (looks just like it sounds) seems to combine elements of Japanese brush painting with dark, Western iconography for an unsettling effect. The collection of pieces created in 2008 + 2009 is also available for purchase as a book from Howie’s site.
First, let me express that I do not like Dave Eggers. I’m also not a fan of McSweeneys. Or Wholphin. I don’t mean to offend anyone who is, I’m just not. At all. So don’t get the wrong idea.
That being said, check out this preview of a short film to be featured on the newest release of Wholphin, McSweeney’s video magazine. The Eggman himself directed this little gem, in which James Franco destroys a bedroom for 32 real-time minutes. Here’s the 50 second preview:
Is this art? No, not really. Is it virtually impossible not to watch a man alone in a room, ripping it apart from top to bottom? Kind of. Did I just end a sentence with a preposition? Yup.
You heard right, OK Great got a makeover. Which you probably already realized by now. If things are lookin’ funky, don’t fret. Just dump your cache and voila!
Don’t we look pretty?
This little redesign is the first step towards a deeper and more comprehensive site. In the coming days we’ll be adding a number of features including Guest Contributors, Interviews and even an OK Great hotline. What? A hotline? On a blog? Yup.
We hope all of the new changes will make reading OK Great a lot more fun and interactive for all of y’all.
Let us know what you think and stay tuned for more features!