slow youth

slow youth is a loose collective of artists interested in exploring diverse methods of creating art.
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AMO studios

anthonycudahy:

AMO studios is raising money to get a new physical space and also an interactive website. They are great, motivated, inclusive people who help create really important events. Kris and I had the launch for the first Slow Youth here and I later curated a show while they still had the Bushwick location. Both of those nights were some of the best that I have had in NYC. Look out for an interview with Nicole coming soon as well!!

Matt’s drawings are pretty insane. 
-Anthony

Matt’s drawings are pretty insane. 

-Anthony

(Source: matt-maher)

nicolereber:

I will be speaking tomorrow as a part of a conference for 89plus co-curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist and Simon Castets.
The event will be at Moma PS1 in Long Island City, NY from 4-6 PM.
For more information, consult here

nicolereber:

I will be speaking tomorrow as a part of a conference for 89plus co-curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist and Simon Castets.

The event will be at Moma PS1 in Long Island City, NY from 4-6 PM.

For more information, consult here

doctopmaru:

"НАВЕРХУ КВАРТИРА"

first three pages of my submission to Jeans #2 (it will be B&W in the zine though) —- you have to buy it to see the TRILLING conclusion

garrett-young-blood 

(via suffervacation)

elcolorloco asked: I was looking at that Saint George and the Dragon thing, it's pretty cool, but did nobody come across the idea that Saint George is actually supposed to be North African? I think that would have been a cool dynamic to play with.

☦ this is an interesting question. 

i can’t speak for the other artist in the st. george book, hopefully they will read this and would like to contribute their thoughts.
As for myself (kris), I wasn’t interested in drawing a historically accurate portrait of The St. George. Actually, I don’t think I even read the story of St. George when researching my piece, because my drawing wasn’t about him as a real person.
This is the icon on the cover of the zine:
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it’s an icon that I gave to Anthony, it came from my childhood house and I probably looked at this image every day for 17 years.
these are the references I was looking at for the project : 
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^ so I was looking at highly-stylized, symbolic interpretations of st. george.
the goal for my drawing was to make the dragon more interesting and to depict it, and st. george, in a more dramatic, sexual conflict.
idk if this answers your question. will forward your message on to Anthony since he spearheaded this project :) thank you for your considerate inquiry ♞

ala-bas-ter:

snakebomb:

comicsandgraphics:

Thank You and Good Night

We have decided not to continue with BCGF. We had a great run and thank all of our colleagues for their support.

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journal001:

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wait chris this is so good
-anthony

journal001:

Sheet
2013

wait chris this is so good

-anthony