Archive for April, 2012
Available now is the latest tee from African Apparel, designed by Eric Timothy Carlson
The Acid Wreath, was a series of three 2.6′x4′ ft. dyed plywood panels exhibited at Synchronicity Space, LA. in the exhibition from which it gleans its name, Acid Wreath and the Post-Everything. Melted Brain Mess /M/Negalith. All La LA Land: Beyond the Dead End.
Eric Timothy Carlson studied in Minneapolis Minnesota, and currently resides in Brooklyn, New York, where he maintains a practice of intuitive image making, often focused on the manipulation of cultural and symbolic contents inherent to glyph and image.
The artist exhibits internationally; produces artists books; and with the collective Hardland/Heartland has shown work in institutions such as Minneapolis Institute of Arts (MN), Van Abbe Museum (NL), and the Walker Arts Center (MN).
On white T-shirt 100% Combed Cotton Jersey 165g, priced £25.
Dimensions is a new festival from the people behind Outlook, taking place in the same stunning abandoned fort in Croatia but with the focus on the deeper end of electronic music. There are too many incredible names on the bill to even begin listing them so go check out the website here.
As Crazylegs we’ve teamed up with Dimensions, meaning we’ll be playing and partying at the festival this September as well as throwing them a launch party in Bristol next month, and we’d like as many of you to be there as possible. With this in mind we’ve organised a competition to give away a pair of tickets and all you have to do to enter is follow this link to the above image on Facebook, give it a like and then come to Blue Mountain on May 12th. We’ll pick a name at random at midnight in the main room and if you’re there to claim them, the tickets are yours. Simple as that.