Photos by G. Art by Christopher Lee Sauve.
God Don't Like Ugly by Christopher Lee Sauve.
Maybe you missed the really awesome T Minus 20 exhibit at the Christopher Henry Gallery recently, which is a pity. Luckily due to the wonderful world of stickers, you can still catch two great images by Christopher Lee Sauve out on the streets of New York, while supplies last. It’s also Christopher’s birthday today, so we’d like to wish him a very happy birthday!
Punk's Not Dead by Christopher Lee Sauve.
Photos by G.
T Minus 20. Now showing at the Christopher Henry Gallery in NYC through August 1, 2010
If you want to see a really cool exhibit that will blow your mind, head down to the Christopher Henry Gallery in New York immediately! “T Minus 20” is a multi-media extravaganza on 2 floors that features a line of artist designed T-shirts and video installations. The shirts are made by 20 different artists (including Christopher Lee Sauve and Scooter La Forge) using T-shirts as a canvas and coincides with the launch of IGNITE’s online store. I discovered that a knitted bicycle I had previously written about was created by the artist Olek, and I’ve already mentioned the strange coincidence of seeing a shirt designed by Joey Israel and running into him several hours later.
The video installations on the second floor are so cool! Artist Devan Simunovich designed two pyramids that feature hallucination-like projections on them and I had to stop myself from staring for hours. The video to “Corporate Cannibal” directed by Nick Hooker and sung by my beloved Grace Jones is also featured. Special thanks to Jason at the Christopher Henry Gallery who told me a lot about the wonderful artists featured in “T Minus 20.” This must see exhibit is located at the Christopher Henry Gallery located at 127 Elizabeth Street and runs from until August 1, 2010. Don’t miss it!
See a couple more photos from “T Minus 20” after the jump.
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Fuck The Recession. Art by Christopher Lee Sauve. Photo by G.
I saw this sticker while walking down the street in New York and I loved it immediately. Upon further investigation, I ran across artist Christopher Lee Sauve’s website, so click here to have your very own T-shirt with Anna Wintour’s image on it. There’s lots of other cool shirts to be had too, so act now, and tell them G sent ya!