Thursday, August 13, 2009

Poster for National Art Hate Week



Poster by Harry Adams for National Art Hate Week at the Tate Modern. It's sold out, but several more works from the show are on sale here.

And speaking of the Tate, here's a coloring book by Hervé Tullet:



The description says:

This newly released, 208-page gem is jam-packed with overlapping shapes, optical illusions, daisy and stick-figure collages, and a goofy cyclops portrait. Madison liked the page of superheroes and was thrilled when the text directed her to messily apply one color right on top of another. A few mind-bending activities include a curvy maze that spans four pages and a clever search for the word bravo amid a jumble of letters.
Via.

*Previously: Factory spewing pollution table.

*Buy the "Gangsta Rap Coloring Book" at Amazon.

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