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Awesome Video Of The Day: Fred Tomaselli

Shot in 2005, this  video takes viewers on a tour of painter Fred Tomaselli’s studio where the artist discusses his elaborate process of maximalist collage and poured resin. Tomaselli throws everything but the kitchen sink into his psychedelic and psychological works from plants grown in his garden, prescription pills, to hundreds of magazine cut outs. The result is an explosive mix of obsessive and ornate pieces that delve into the darkest inner corridor of the human psyche.

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Awesome Video Of The Day: Boyfriend By Best Coast

BOYFRIEND://best_coast from Theo Anthony on Vimeo.

This one goes out to all the ladies on the B/D blog. Happy Monday!

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A Day In Decay: San Francisco (Part 4) Ala Ebtekar Studio Visit


No trip to SF is complete without visiting St. Francis Fountain, the ultimate brunch spot. I ordered the wrong thing and my server was cool enough to bring me the right stuff without gruff. I felt like I should have given him some B/D shirts or a book but I didn’t have anything with me. I have no idea what his name was but someone reading this blog has to know him. Blonde dude with tats who looked like a surfer/skater type and was wearing a hat with the rim bent back ala Suicidal Tendencies style. If you know who he is email us on our contact page so I can send him a care package for the great service. Okay let’s head back south….

Awesome Video Of The Day: The Girl On The Wall

THE GIRL ON THE WALL from Gabrielpsa on Vimeo.

A very short comedy about a bored man, graffiti, and falling in love. Created by Greek artist Gabriel Psaltakis.

New work by Jan Kalwejt!


Jan Kalwejt, who contributed the amazing “Lung Music” shirt for Beautiful/Decay Apparel has a bunch of new works up on his site. Check ’em out!


Amanda Boe’s Poetic Photos Of The In-Between

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Reveling in the small, quiet corners of everyday life, Bay Area photographer Amanda Boe explores themes of isolation, curiosity and mise-en-scene in her strange, stunning work. When looking through images from her series Here and There, it’s easy to let your mind wander into each frame, gently prompted to think about time, place, and what it feels like to be “passing through.” The crisp simplicity of her work is charged with her natural sensibilities as a curious, highly-engaged observer—collecting visual treats as she moves through the world. Boe investigates the places in-between the larger moments of life, and reports back with work that is meditative, personal and poetic.

Calcuator collector

657_1229729768 is a Japanese website that collects an assortment of random stuff. Like this adorable 1976 Texas Instrument one called ‘Little Professor’. It makes me want to think numbers are cute.


Creative collective Funwunce brings together a group of talented artists from various genres to create mind bending artwork for your needy eyeballs. Some of my favorite works on their site has to be their album art and prints which seemlessly blend analog and digital skills for you to enjoy.