Atten-shun! A new issue of the uber-hip, full color, giant-sized visual arts extravaganza known as the ANP Quarterly dropped into Quimby’s the other day. Coming out of RVCA and edited by Ed Templeton, the ANP is easily one of the best visual arts zines kicking around today. The best part about it is the price: it’s totally free. This issue has Harmony Korine and Yoda on the cover. Also featured are Tomoo Gokita, Leigh Ledare, Uta Barth, and Ashley Macomber, among others. Be sure to come by and pick up a copy if you’re in the hood.
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Eskimos & Abominable Snow Yetis, two channel video warmth from the loving mind of Chicago-based artist Elisa Harkins
A while back we hosted an awesome event with the Eye Rocket books guys to promote their crazy art/zine/grande school send up titled Works Cited. At the event they took people’s picture and then added their own twist to the images. The results were hilarious and
often always spot on!
Check how we faired after the jump!
Not coming soon to a Wii near you… V-TECH RAMPAGE, the latest in a long line of bizarre, mayhem-inspired games. Commenting on the game, MagmaDragoonX2000 writes, “Well the game was kinda short but consideing what its based on I guess thats expected. The gameplay was okay although it did seem shoddy but over all not that bad.”
If you’re jonesing for a some less topical 2-D videogame mayhem, you can’t do much better than the awesome zombie-themed Boxhead: The Rooms.