Jeremiah Kille is a native of Santa Cruz, CA, who began his career as a custom surfboard builder. An opportunity working alongside renowned artist Thomas Campbell would profoundly impact him. He has since exhibited work extensively in Northern California, and currently has a Los Angeles show at PROJECT Gallery. The show runs through June 21.
Seemed like quite a while back since we mentally hyperventilated over the fact that Wish.co.uk actually organized zombie-fighting adventures in malls, so you can imagine how thrilled we were to find out that they’ve now emerged with even more zombie fun. There’s the Zombie Boot Camp, where you can learn how to shoot zombies down [...]
It looks amazing, but it’s actually terrifying. These methane bubbles trapped in ice are a natural phenomena that occurs in arctic areas. This video of scientists igniting the gas shows just how potent this stuff is – and it’s everywhere in cold, tundra regions of the world. The problem isn’t that it’s stuck under ice; [...]
In a recent interview with Vice magazine, photographer Jonathan Hobin stated about his series, ‘Sometimes the kids just get it. Like the 9/11 picture. Even though they are three or four years old, they saw the twin towers and said, ‘I’ll hold the airplane, this is where the plane hit the building’. The mother was [...]
Vanity Fair recently had paired personalities who would probably never meet and imagined the conversations they would have. These are hilarious: Martha Stewart, for instance, moans about Tom Waits’ dismal gardening skills, to which he wisecracks, ‘I’m the killer, Martha, but you’re the one who’s done time’.
Check out the latest piece by Denimu (aka Ian Berry), a life sized installation of a New York news-stand. Made out of layers of cut up blue jeans, the stand displays dozens of magazines, newspapers, coke cans and confectionery. It is currently showing at the Shooting Gallery in San Francisco, and he even added an [...]
If you’re wandering the streets of Potts Point, Surry Hills or Darlinghurst, in Sydney, over the next few days, you may happen upon, as I did, a beautiful love letter from the 1940s. Sydney psychologist, artist and hopeful romantic, Alexandra Ehrenberg, has collated and transcribed a series of love letters from the war times of [...]
A guy working as an immigration officer for Stansted Airport Border Force recently quit by handing in a cake that had a resignation note scribbled with what looked like chocolate frosting. The 10” x 12” passion cake (which is a spiced carrot cake with pecans, sultanas and coconut in it) is a fittingly elaborate farewell [...]
This year, my webtoy Tumbly is nominated for a Webby award (the Oscars of the Internet). Tumbly is an app that lets you hijack any site with silly animated gifs. One site suitably described it as ‘completely useless but still fantastic’. So if you enjoy such exemplary stupidity, please support it by voting.
The Opera House and Samsung Electronics Australia recently announced a three-year partnership and collaboration that will transform the Opera House using Samsung’s state-of-the-art technology. The two brands will work together to enhance the Opera House experience through the addition of interactive digital display screens, new mobile technologies, and a multimedia education facility. To celebrate this [...]
Iranian scientist Ali Razeghi claims he can predict the future using a time machine device that creates a print-out with details of a person’s life. Supposedly, the machine predicts details within 5 to 8 years in advance with 98 percent accuracy. Razeghi states that the time machine uses complex algorithms which took him ten years [...]
In Japan, there’s actually an entire festival dedicated to the male appendage. Enough said. According to The Independent, one of the highlights of this annual Shinto fertility festival held in Kawasaki during spring is a giant 2.5m wooden penis carried by locals. Everything you’ll see at the special occasion is likely to be somewhat phallic [...]
It all started about a year ago when I wrote a post about Fumi Nakamura from New York here on Lost At E Minor. That started a correspondence between Fumi and I. We quickly agreed that it could be great to see if we could do a show together, either in Denmark or in the US. We [...]
Expertly curated by Amir H. Fallah and Colette Robbins, Desaturated Rainbow is a travelling show of work from New York and Los Angeles artists. The show revolves around context, stereotypes and originality of how artists use color on both ends of the country. Desaturated Rainbow will run from April 11th to May 18th at Field [...]
The world’s leading festival of contemporary character culture, Pictoplasma kicks off today for three days of inspiring talks, screenings and more. It all happens in Berlin and runs until April 13.