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Fernanda Cohen recently illustrated a bottle for Coca-Cola Light (Argentina). Last month, Cohen did an installation of 20 hand-painted, lifesize wooden women for Alcorta Shopping, a major shopping mall in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Check out Hot Dog and I, her edition with 20x200 here.
Fernanda Cohen recently illustrated a bottle for Coca-Cola Light (Argentina). Last month, Cohen did an installation of 20 hand-painted, lifesize wooden women for Alcorta Shopping, a major shopping mall in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Check out Hot Dog and I, her edition with 20x200 here.

Fernanda Cohen recently illustrated a bottle for Coca-Cola Light (Argentina). Last month, Cohen did an installation of 20 hand-painted, lifesize wooden women for Alcorta Shopping, a major shopping mall in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Check out Hot Dog and I, her edition with 20x200 here.

"It’s not often that an art show comes with its own witheringly on-the-button neologism, but this is the case with William Powhida’s jaggedly serrated, caustically hilarious, darkly informative exhibition at Postmasters Gallery in Tribeca." - The Village Voice reviews “Overculture,” 20x200 artist William Powhida’s current exhibition in NYC.

Check out his editions here.

Jason Polan, Dinosaurs at The American Museum of Natural History and Rocks at The American Museum of Natural History

"I like spending time drawing at The American Museum of Natural History."—Jason PolanMuseums are much more than a place for artists to show their work—they’re a place to experience inspiring and informative exhibits outside our every day experience, and many artists find their creativity ignited by a visit. You may be familiar with Jason from his book, The Every Piece Of Art in The Museum Of Modern Art Book, or his ongoing attempt to draw every person in New York. He also spends time with his sketchbook at the American Museum of Natural History drawing insects and myriapods, rocks, dinosaurs, and sea creatures. 
Jason Polan, Dinosaurs at The American Museum of Natural History and Rocks at The American Museum of Natural History

"I like spending time drawing at The American Museum of Natural History."—Jason PolanMuseums are much more than a place for artists to show their work—they’re a place to experience inspiring and informative exhibits outside our every day experience, and many artists find their creativity ignited by a visit. You may be familiar with Jason from his book, The Every Piece Of Art in The Museum Of Modern Art Book, or his ongoing attempt to draw every person in New York. He also spends time with his sketchbook at the American Museum of Natural History drawing insects and myriapods, rocks, dinosaurs, and sea creatures. 

Jason PolanDinosaurs at The American Museum of Natural History and Rocks at The American Museum of Natural History

"I like spending time drawing at The American Museum of Natural History."
Jason Polan

Museums are much more than a place for artists to show their work—they’re a place to experience inspiring and informative exhibits outside our every day experience, and many artists find their creativity ignited by a visit. You may be familiar with Jason from his book, The Every Piece Of Art in The Museum Of Modern Art Book, or his ongoing attempt to draw every person in New York. He also spends time with his sketchbook at the American Museum of Natural History drawing insects and myriapodsrocksdinosaurs, and sea creatures

Beautiful bugs: Today only, 30% off Jason Polan’s Natural History Museum insects

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Attention bug lovers + Jason Polan fans (and bug-loving Jason Polan fans):  Insects and Myriapods at The American Museum of Natural History by Jason Polan is 30% off just till 3 p.m. EST today, December 2, when you enter the code InsectsCM13 at checkout. 

How It Works by Austin Kleon

To create his famous Newspaper Blackout Poems, artist Austin Kleon “blacks out” newspaper articles with a marker, creating poetry out of the words that remain. “How it works: I will give you whatever you want for all the cartwheels you’re doing for me,” Kleon unearths from an article about hedge fund investing. “Like many of my poems, it’s about my wife,” he sweetly explains.  This romantic print is among our special Valentine’s Day selections—see them all here.

Prints of this edition begin at $60. Check out Austin Kleon’s excellent Tumblrs, newspaperblackout.com and tumblr.austinkleon.com.

Atari by Hollis Brown Thornton

Artist Hollis Brown Thornton is borne back ceaselessly into our digital past. “The collection of games is a tribute to these digital origins, as well as a tribute to the excellent artwork on these worn out cartridges,” says Thornton.

Do you have fond memories of playing these games? Are any of the cartridges still in your possession?

Prints of this edition begin at $60