The Art in the Streets exhibition at the Los Angeles MOCA had its opening night on April 15th. It was a massive display of the biggest and best names of graffiti, skate, punk and hip hop culture in recent history. The likes of Futura, Fab 5 Freddy, Haze, Twist, Banksy, and Mister Cartoon, including some of Hollywood’s guests Justin Timberlake, Gwen Stefani, and Lance Armstrong were all part of this phenomenal installation.
Skate-able art installation designed by Lance Mountain and Geoff McFetridge
The event also had an indoor skate park by Nike Skateboarding, created by artist Geoff McFetridge, California Skateparks, and Lance Mountain.
Eric Koston taking on the ramp.
The park is a skate-able art installation that had a test run by Eric Koston of Girl Skateboards and others. It’s theme has a playful take on what it would be like if a whale happens to be in a geometrically-inspired skate park. The shows opened officially on April 17th and it is definitely worth a trip out, especially if you are a skater.
Nike SB Skate Park at LA MOCA
If you want the perfect watch to take with you out on the street or to mingle with the In-crowd, AND if you like what you are seeing above at the park. Nooka watches is THE timepiece for you. At NuWatches, we offer them in all types of colors and shapes with a 30-Day Money Back Guarantee and FREE shipping.
One of the highlights at the 2011 Stockholm Furniture Fair ‘Greenhouse,’ was student Clara Sjodin of the Lund School of Architecture’s the Shoe Lamp. Shown was an unique lighting fixture, everything from its laces to its shoe box packaging was nicely selected and done.
The Shoe Lamp not only looks like an actual piece of footwear that glows, its laces cleverly camouflages the cords, making it a found-art-turned furniture. This novel idea is not only functional art, it’s a great way to express your love for kicks and really “shine some light” on your passion to guests. The design is very clever, also kudos to the nice box displays, making them look even more authentic as sneakers. Now, good thing is that this pair is one size fits all for all collectors and sneaker heads alike. If you are looking for a cool watch then checkout our full range on Nuwatches all available with free delivery and 30 day money back guarantee.
Christian Marclay, the artist who supposedly invented the form “turntablism” by merging existing vinyl’s and creating a soundscape, had been a pioneer artist in merging sound and moving images since the 1980’s. His work had been shown and recognized internationally in many prestigious galleries, museums, and institutions. His most recent show is ‘The Clock (24-HOUR VIDEO)’, recently shown at The White Cube in London October last year. It had just finished its US premier at the Paula Cooper Gallery in New York. This magnificent piece takes footages from thousands of film excerpts indicating the passage of time. The collection spans from anything from the 1920’s to recent 2000’s, both American and international films, and TV shows as well. They footages are then placed intricately into the timeline of ‘real-time’, making a seamless continuous edit that narrates the video in real-time of the outside world. Meaning that if it is now 3:33 pm, then there will be a clip in the film with the specific footage of a clock, or a watch displaying “3:33” in the film. A very impressive feat.
Our aim is to create the ultimate watch website. We want to enable you the consumer, to find the right product at the right price, from the right merchant as quickly as possible. With over 10,000 different watches from 30 different retailers, we feel pretty confident you’ll find what you want.