the JSE (NYC) Artwerkings

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the Mighty JSE is an artist collective who bring to life both music and vision. The illustrated world. Mixed media. Promotional video clips. Love.

More often than not they take form as a NYC band that doesn't sound like a NYC band.

Care is placed within the song, not within our egos. Songs are recorded multiple ways. Live shows are interpretations of the art we made and the art we want to live at present. We will make you weep one moment and then the next rock you so hard the next the hairs on the back of your neck will stand up.

We want to kick your fucking head in.


the JSE are James M Graham, Natalia McCarty and Jason J. Sharp

THE JSE unveiled their second album @ NYC's Arlene's Grocery on June 8th 2012 as part of the "Melodius Acensxion Befvore the Fall to Dead" Record Release Show. 10 dollars gets you in a copy of their 2nd LP on Compact Disk format. Click the button below for a CD (shipping and handling included)





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Artist Ben Frost draws on Pharmaceutical Packages

Here is today a new selection of creations by artist Ben Frost, in which he hijacks and plays with packaging of Viagra, antidepressants and other medications with twisted illustrations, including some famous characters from pop culture, such as Disney or Simpsons… Ben Frost has just finished his solo exhibition entitled “Know Your Product” at the Soze Gallery (Los Angeles).

I don’t think photoshop is “draws” (except for giggitty) but it’s still pretty cool none-the-less

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ANTONELLO da MessinaVirgin Annunciatec. 1476Oil on wood, 45 x 34,5 cmGalleria Regionale della Sicilia, Palermo

centuriespast:

ANTONELLO da Messina
Virgin Annunciate
c. 1476
Oil on wood, 45 x 34,5 cm
Galleria Regionale della Sicilia, Palermo

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