Posts tagged ‘art’

August 16, 2011

INTERVIEW: Drag Terrorist CHRISTEENE Plays with Accidental Bear & There’s a lot of Stank Mentioned

by Accidental Bear

I just wrestled a wild, mysterious, gorgeous and stinky wild animal for you named CHRISTEENE, who has been handed the title ‘Drag Terrorist” on a silver platter. Tranquilizers did not work so I had to strategically reel CHRISTEENE in with food scraps and then I pounced hard, swinging with questions. In 2009 singer CHRISTEENE mysteriously appeared in the conservative state of Texas and was mostly spotted  within its capital city, Austin. Reporters and private investigators have not been able to get the bottom  of his/her age, origin, race, religion and even gender leaving the public to rely primarily on an impressive and highly stylized collection of music videos. My  first CHRISTEENE sighting was when it’s video for the song “Fix My Dik” landed in my  email inbox and boy did it stink (in a good way). For hours I danced to its track and then masturbated to CHRISTEENE’s dirty & sleazy back up boy’s T-Gravel and C-Baby. From that day forth CHRISTEENE has been a dirty stain in my mind and I wanted more.

Reports from live shows describe scenes involving butt plugs tied to bouquets of balloons being released into the air from CHRISTEENE’s arse, intimate and bizarre confessionals over tea, backup boys urinating on canvas bags containing the singer, and a wardrobe styled from the scraps of society…classifiable as ‘Dumpster Couture’. The singer’s impressive sound arsenal includes a wide range of musical appreciation and mastery ranging from Electro to R&B, Hip Hop to Dub Step, with titles including ‘Fix My Dick’ ‘Tears From My Pussy’ and ‘African Mayonnaise’.  All songs are written by CHRISTEENE and present an intimate and fascinating glimpse into the personal experiences of this talented nightmare.” christeene.org 

 I peeled back all the warning labels screaming WARNING: EXPLICIT CONTENT at  me and tried to get to the bottom of this deep, dark hole that we have all learned to love, CHRISTEENE.

Interview:

Accidental Bear: I just read on your website that you appeared in Austin sometime in 2009. Would that be dropped from an alien ship or you dug your way out from the earth? Either way you are dirty rotten hot.

CHRISTEENE: Diz sheeeet is STANK HAWT an I doo like too push it out ferr da boyz an baybeeez out derr in da wurld ya’lllz. Austin been my nay nay place fer a while now. Iz hawt as SHIT here an i wish all u people can cum an play up in diz nugget when u can wit me haaaay. 

A B: As a small child did you dream of being on stage?

CHRISTEENE: whut ?

A B: If you were locked in a 12×12 room with 10 sweaty, bearded, construction workers, a pepperoni pizza, chop sticks a lube for 24hr (not toilet) what might happen in that room?

CHRISTEENE: I would take da chop stix an pic da lock den I would go down da street to dat place wherr u doo da laundry an watch da clothes spin in da hot box machine. 

A B: What kind of emotions stir inside of you if I say stinky pinky?

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August 16, 2011

Hair Ball of the Day: Beard & Red Undies

by Accidental Bear

August 16, 2011

Leaf Carving Artists In China Branching Out Into Pop Culture (VIDEO)

by Accidental Bear

Talk about having a steady hand and a load of patience. Most folks have trouble making a scrap book full of pressed leaves without the pressure of hand crafting a masterpiece. I am going to steal of phrase from ‘the kids’ these days , Amazeballs!  Mike Enders

(Huffington Post)

A new art form emerging out of China. Creating these leaf carvings is no easy process, taking the delicate precision from a skilled artisan. With a knife, the leaf is slowly scraped of its outer layers, eventually revealing a near transparent surface. Special care is given to keep the veins intact to preserve the stability of the leaf.

Artists prefer using the leaves of the Chinar tree, native to India, Pakistan, and China. Resembling maple leaves, the distribution of veins in the Chinar leaves are the best suited for sculpting–and they are considered ‘lucky’ in Chinese tradition.

The process of producing a single leaf carving is said to take months of careful work. When the artwork is finished, the leaves are then preserved and framed–ensuring that they will last for decades. The music is Osmosis by Liquid Tension Experiment.

August 15, 2011

Video| Hugh Leeman + JR for The Inside Out Project: SF CA

by Accidental Bear

hughleemanJR Video| Hugh Leeman + JR for The Inside Out Project

Is this what ‘they’ mean by painting the town red? “Inside Out” is a large-scale art project where the subjects were  also the participants. Hugh Leeman, whose artistic works often focus on those who exist at the periphery of society rather than those who are part of the socioeconomic middle class, reached out to JR for this project, and the result is a collaborative mural residing at 606 Ellis Street in the Tenderloin district of San Francisco. The mural features photographs taken by the artists themselves, as well as by the subjects of one another.(curatedmag.com)

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August 14, 2011

Video: The Introduction to Beard Growth & Maintenance Course

by Accidental Bear

“Growing a beard is key to your success.”


Directors: Tom Bettany & Nick Graalman
Camera: Nick Graalman
Editors: Tom Bettany & Nick Graalamn
Writers: Tom Bettany, Joel McMillan, Joshua Fielder & Michael Bidstrup

Copyright The Beards 2011

August 14, 2011

Chad Coombs for RottenFresh T-Shirt Series

by Accidental Bear

The Canadian artist and photographer Chad Coombs teamed with RottenFresh. The fruit of this collaboration is a series of three t-shirts soberly titled « Chad Coombs for RottenFresh series ». The first 25 ordered (only by email) will be hand signed and numbered by Chad Coombs. (viacomit.net)

Chad Coombs for RottenFresh t-shirts series

Chad Coombs for RottenFresh t-shirts series

Chad Coombs for RottenFresh t-shirts series

 

August 14, 2011

Hair Ball of the Day: Artist Chris Sollars

by Accidental Bear

August 13, 2011

Hair Ball of the Day: Jack Passion Two-time World Beard Champion

by Accidental Bear

Jack Passion two-time world beard champion who should be getting life time achievement award any minute say’s us.

August 10, 2011

Crafty is Cool by Allison Hoffman

by Accidental Bear

I have to get something off my chest. I am a grown man the plays with dolls. Look at these critters, wouldn’t you? These might even make you melt, Tough Guy over there in the corner snarling at the screen. Yeah, I smell ya!

craftyiscool.blogspot.com

August 10, 2011

I Art You: Metal Chair by Olsson Jensen

by Accidental Bear

Olsson Jensen

 

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August 8, 2011

Feeding the Gays: A Wiggling Pic for you to Feast On this Monday

by Accidental Bear

 

  You’re welcome!

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August 8, 2011

Morning Warm-up videos: Charred Skies Over North London, Disney/Pixar “UP” House, MAJOR ALARM

by Accidental Bear

 

 

 

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August 5, 2011

Pinups Issue #15 (jumping with joy)

by Accidental Bear

Issue 15
featuring Micka

Printed in New York, NY
September 2011
8″ x 10″, 56 pages
Comes apart to reveal a 70″ x 32″ poster of Micka
Black & white
$14.00

(Note: Issue 15 ships separately.)

Pre-order Now

August 5, 2011

Hair Ball of the Day: You Asked for Hairy, You Got it!

by Accidental Bear

Source: pinupsmag.com

August 5, 2011

Beard-asm: Trim by Petey Boy (video)

by Accidental Bear

For art, you are aloud to trim your beard. Otherwise, knuckle sandwich!

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