Internet Culture specialist Tom Galle is an NYC-based digital creative blending contemporary tech influences with expressive works of art. By combining seemingly disparate ideas together and backing them up with an oftentimes witty avant-garde approach, he creates game-changing visual displays, webpages, products, memes, and performative compositions.
A really cool non-profit organization dedicated to creating awareness and promoting peace for the war in the Congo.
Falling Whistles’ campaign works to rehabilitate the war affected children, most of whom were forced into combat – the smaller ones given nothing but a whistle. With this in mind, they created these necklaces for the public to purchase, to “make their weapon your voice and be a whistleblower for peace in the Congo.”
Starting at $35 a piece, 100% of the proceeds are donated to helping the cause, while the accessory itself helps spread their story.
This annual group show in London curated by Pictures on Walls will feature a new Banksy print titled, Choose Your Weapon (60 cm x 60 cm, £450.00) which will be released later this month and is based on his recent “Keith Haring Dog” stencil. There is also some very good work in the show from everyone’s favorite French street artist, Dran.
Instead of calling the show “Santa’s Ghetto,” like in years past, Banksy called this one Marks and Stencils. Its a pun on Marks & Spencer. Get it? Got it.