Spreading fear and mayhem in the visual arts.

When all the water's run out of the bathtub...

Posted in Belletristica, Exhibitions / Openings / Signings, Eyecandy, Interviews, Moving Images by Suzanne on March 3rd, 2006 | BBC Wikipedia

© Esao Andrews - click to enlarge

Our dear old Wurzelfriend™ Esao updated his portfolio with 10 new paintings, 4 new drawings, and 9 new skatedecks. Nice one, Esao.


© David Ho

Bob Staake | Chris Donovan | Colagene | David Ho | Ernesto Timor | Frieze | Funprox | GeaPhiles | Honey Eat Your Salad | InkSurge | Jessica Abel | Katy Grannan | LostFish | Splotch's Visual Pulse N° 22 | SpoonFork

Lounge72â„¢ (PDF), VektorJunkie (PDF), and 7 Deadly Sinners (JPG) all offer new calendar pages for the month of March. Weeeee!


The Little Fella by TokyoPlastic

Valley Of The Cnuties N° VII - The penultimate episode of The Cnuties, by Flip Flop Flyin'. *sniff*

The Little Fella - A TokyoPlastic animation. Patience, dear, patience... he'll wake up sooner or later. (via PoP)


Always worth a read: Damien's brilliant Waking the Dead series for Blather.

A Comparative View of the Human and Animal Frame (by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins / English / Illustrated / via)

The Best Ghost Stories (by various / English)


© Mamechiyo

Amour Chiffon at Madam Edgar Gallery in Montreal, Canada.

→ Vernissage: March 3, 2006, 6 PM onwards

→ Featuring: Apak, Friends With You, UglyDolls, Gary Baseman, et al.

Blaine Fontana's The Animal Council at Scribble Theory in Santa Ana, USA.

→ Vernissage: March 4, 2006, 7 - 10 PM

Mamechiyo's The Art of Kimono at Magic Pony in Toronto, Canada.

→ Vernissage: March 9, 2006, 6 - 10 PM

The Armory Show - The International Fair of New Art at Piers 90 & 92 (Twelfth Avenue at 50th & 52nd Streets) in NYC, USA.

March 10 - 13, 2006


Björk interview (by Emma Brockes for Guardian Unlimited - via my mum who always finds the best stuff online. <3)

Cosey Fanni Tutti questionnaire (by Frieze)

Polaroid Kid interview (by Fecal Face)


The Nursing Home - Michael Lomon is a specialist in creating scary illustrations and rather disturbing animations. He has a very eerie website and is currently available for private commission. I bet he's David Firth's only best friend. (via Ample Sanity)

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3 comments to " When all the water's run out of the bathtub... "

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    jan aka pieceoplastic says:

    ok. so RSS readers are essential, innit. but sometimes they so suck. i have been reading your blog in my RSS-reader and what did i miss. a beautiful redesign. next time, for me please, say: REDESIGN!!!! in the title. me likeee. me misseee the missie. how goes in lucifern?

    March 3rd, 2006 at 8:27 am

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    Jessica says:

    Welcome back Suzanne!
    I must fess up...I am so confused about "The Nursing Home" did I miss something??? I watched that damn thing for as long as I could bear, all for love of Saladfingers (and David Firth's other strange creatures). Hmmm. Why are those two fellas akin?

    March 3rd, 2006 at 5:54 pm

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    Suzanne says:

    @Jan: Redesign?! :shock:

    I had no idea I ever redesigned that page ever since I moved here. Interesting...

    Lucifern is fine, thanks. A little windy these days though due to that bloody Xandra hurricane.

    How's good old Bernistan doing these days?

    @Jessica: Uhmm... maybe it's just me but I thought their use of skinny, leprous characters and the nasty sound effects are somewhat similar. Like the characterisation of the pedophile in Monkey Dust, if you know what I mean.

    March 4th, 2006 at 12:37 am

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