First Attempt at AI Art Generation.

I can see how this can get addictive! My first time AI art was generated by Disco Diffusion. The Settings were the base and this was the text prompt: "A beautiful mermaid bathing in the light of the fullmoon singing an opera by Georges Seurat and Van Gough, Trending on artstation.", "cool color scheme"]. I […]
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Monaco Casio

The Cityscapes of Monaco

My week of strolling and climbing many steps of Monaco. A beautiful city but somewhat exhausting to get around, 112,000 steps walked, 228 floors climbed.
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resin water tower soho

A clear resin water tower in SOHO back in the 90's. Not exactly sure where this was. #tbt

I vaguely remember this may of been somewhere around where the SOHO Grand Hotel now is.
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grandpa Mack drawing

My Grandfathers only surviving drawing.

A drawing my grandfather did in 1923, he would draw every Sunday, unfortunately, this is the only one that survived.
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SuzyMae in Art Basel Miami

A little flash back Friday, Art Basel 2010 when SuzyMae was hanging on the wall.

Frolicking around Art Basel. The painting of SuzyMae is by none other then Billy The Artist.
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World Ukulele Day with Gregory de la Haba and composer David Barratt

Armory Week in NYC kicked off with a great event at The Bowery Hotel featuring music by David Barratt and a curated exhibition by Gregory de la Haba of of ukelele's painted by different artists. The artists are:  Micheal Anderson, Ryan Cronin, Jsun Laliberte, Bizzid, BTA, Greg Haberny, Noah Becker, Faiyaz Jafri, Lee Wells, and Jason […]
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de la Haba's latest work

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Marina Abramović and MoreArt's Energy Blanket

Featured in The New York Times blog February 5th. We are hosting a benefit at our place for MoreArt and Abramović on Tuesday.
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Milton Glaser; Ten Things I Have Learned

I came across this list from a random tweet I followed and felt I had to repost it. This is from a talk Glaser had at the AIGA London in 2001, it is still very relevant today, that is the beauty of Glaser. His work thought his career is as relevant and fresh today as […]
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The Times Newsaic

My friend David Taylor started a very ambitious project this past January, he is creating a collage every day using the New York Times. Each piece has a certain structure and a theme or concept that was derrived from that days paper. Each piece is created from torn pictures and text from the paper and […]
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Right Here. Right Now.

Right Here. Right Now., originally uploaded by youngdancecollective. Come experience a dance-exploration into the art of becoming one’s self as interpreted by seven inspired and inspiring teen artists. The Young Dance Collective hurtles against and through expectations of where they are in the scheme of life. Alert, ardent, open and decisive, this sophisticated company offers […]
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