20 Dec
If you can't Occupy the streets, Occupy the Supermarket

Follow LIAS on Twitter or Facebook, the Revolution will not be televized…


4 Sep
American customizer's first fairing-added custom Harley

We’ve covered a bunch of American motorcycle customizer Roland Sands work before, including output like his Harley Davidson Café Sportster, and the Retro Custom 500 Helmets he made for Bell. His latest bike, the ‘Race-ster’, is notable because it’s the first time Sands is building a Harley with a fairing on it. The Race-ster lives […]


5 Aug
Patricia Piccinini's technology-questioning multi-media exhibit

Artist Patricia Piccinini has set out to explore the concerns and issues surrounding today’s technologies, consumerism and the construct of nature. Compiling work she’s done from 1997 to present, her Hold Me Close to Your Heart exhibition at Instanbul’s ARTER gallery includes sculpture, installation, drawing and video to challenge the viewer. Conventional wisdom has given […]


28 Jul
Wooster Street Social Club opens its doors to human augmentation

Tonight at the esteemed Wooster Street Social Club the Deus Ex: Human Revolution video game is manifested into the art world via some of the world’s top contemporary artistic minds. Artists from the U.S. and Mexico — including Sam Flores, 3rassiere, Estevan Oriol, Eyeone, Jeremy Fish, Jorge Alderete, N8 Van Dyke, Rico Deniro and Robert […]


In the novel The Summer We Came to Life, three lifelong friends unite for their annual summer journey of discovery. What has changed with this trip, however, is the death of their fourth friend, Mina. The protagonist, Sam, battles hardest with the loss in the wilds of Honduras where she has temporarily relocated, and through […]


This is the first talk posted from TED2011, which is happening now in Long Beach, California. If you find yourself anxious for whatever reason from the revolutions overtaking once-stable areas of the middle east and northern Africa, fret not — there are many reasons to feel optimistic instead, as is argued by Al Jazeera Network’s […]


21 Oct
An Ornament and A Crime

Is your beautiful but humble home lacking in artistic decor? Check out this interesting head sculpture of the Russian Marxist revolutionary Lenin, painted with Delft… aka, the blue onion pattern. Titled “An Ornament and a Crime”, the artist Maxim Velcovsky has combined two of the most common images of his childhood and created this interesting […]


15 Apr
Preview that slightly warped copy of "The Harder They Come" before purchasing it

The Crosley Revolution is designed for those purists still out crate digging at the Pasadena Swapmeet on Sundays, getting their fingers dusty desperately searching for that lost piece of vinyl gold. The two-speed turntable features a USB hookup for easy analog-to-digital transfer (i.e. recording your old LPs into your laptop), dual headphone jacks, dynamic full […]

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