For the next month, Imaginary Foundation, the surrealist design/art/culture thinktank and clothier, will exhibit a new collection of paintings and sculpture at the Stussy San Francisco
store. The opening reception is this Thursday, July 19, from 8-11pm at Stussy, located in the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood. Local turntable heroes DF Tram
and DJ Centipede
will provide audio landscapes at the event. For those who can't make the trip--and it will be a trip
--here are several exclusive preview photos of the work. Click on the images for a better look. Some of the art is also available on limited-edition t-shirts from the Imaginary Foundation site.
to Imaginary Foundation
These guy taped a a beautiful avalanche at Torres del Paine National Park in Patagonia, Chile. It stopped right before it reached them, and just hovered over them.
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