Tuesday, April 27, 2010

visions: cheap champagne loves catullus

cc x catullus x sergei parajanov x the color of pomegranates x progress to print x support
come as you are (and spare some change)

Sunday, April 25, 2010

journey: found machinery

Attempting to see our friend Will Shine play a show this tuesday, we journeyed to Gowanus. With empty pockets we couldn't go into the show, but we did happen a fun surprise on the way. Check out this awesome letterpress!


jordan + aleksandra

visions: toulon provence

If volcanic ash is still trapping you in Europe be advised that it's almost time for Hyères 2010 featuring new hallucinations by Steven Klein, atmospheric projections by Dries Van Noten, Marc Turlan's temporary theater, plants that dig on for victory, Ludivine Caillard's camp for peace, as well as photographic works by Walter Pfeiffer, Emmeline de Mooij & Anne de Vries, Justin Morin, Linus Bill, René Habermacher, and so much more!

We only wish we could be stuck there with you!


Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Dreamscape: Happy Holidays from Cheap Champagne!

In a sea of work on this sunny April 20th. I cannot help but dream that in all senses these too are High Times. In homage to a holiday devoted to departure, here are a few favorite covers.

Monday, April 12, 2010

sounds: cheap champagne loves lillian music!

benjamin lear is a dear friend of ours, though we haven't seen him in months because he has been spending all of his time slaving over his folk opera, "Lillian." on sunday the fruits of his labor started to flower as he launched his site, Lillian Music. congratulations ben!

jordan + aleksandra

Friday, April 9, 2010

meditation: witalny goes video

I have spent the last few months getting ephemeral with vvitalny. Below is an instructional video we made this week to show how we pronounce vvitalny. The video was then projected onto a brick wall on Meserole street in Bushwick, Brooklyn and refilmed.

For this project, witalny teamed up with Brooklyn based artist, Jesse Mann, to begin working with large-scale projections in the public space.

Here's a sneak peak!