If you're rich and famous and have nothing better to do, why not start your own line of power tools or eyelash-enhancing mascara? But sometimes these celebrity side projects go horribly, horribly wrong.
The works of Chris Larson project a peaceful stillness. A frozen waterfall forms on a toilet paper roll and a TV protrudes from a white avalanche. An eight-minute film demonstrates how these bizarrely sunny, picturesque images were created. Wood sculptures painted white are birthed from casts...
Bouncing around the stage in a sequined little number and feeling very Minneapolis friendly, the rockin' Karen O. treated a sold out crowd at First Avenue to what will definitely be one of the year's best shows. PHOTOS BY AMBER SCHADEWALD
Shiny bodysuits, glitter, a Twisted Sister wig, a maze of mirrors and polka-dot helmets made an amazing spectacle of First Avenue on Friday, May 29, 2009, thanks to Fischerspooner. PHOTOS BY AMBER SCHADEWALD
We like cute, fashionable ladies as much as the next site, but sometimes the mop on top just goes way wrong. So think of this not as slamming the unfortunate victims of contemporary fashion, but as a public service: Take note and please try not to commit these fashion crimes.
Ellen Richman's abstract paintings are spare yet colorful, with hard lines that evoke urban architecture or the inner workings of a an engineering marvel. Her work is on display at the Circa Gallery until June 5th.