HAHA MAG Presents: Dutch Umbrella Episode 4

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This time we’re with 27 year old local artist Frost 215 - the rogue sticker bomber of that trademark character, El Toro.

Are you watching the video already?…then make sure you stick around till the ‘2:27′ minute mark when Lily asks him what we’ve been dying to know since he jumped on screen.

To see more of Frost’s work, head over to:
www.falseidle.com
www.eltoro215.blogspot.com

HAHA MAG Presents: Dutch Umbrella Episode 3

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HAHA Magazine asked Philly’s Dutch Umbrella Share Program if they would turn over some of their classic white umbrellas to local artists and have them use the umbrellas as a blank canvas. The results of which have been chronicled through The Dutch Umbrella Episodes.

Episode 3 takes us to Old Kensington, the neighborhood of Artist, Kat Karnaky.

Click here to find out more about our exciting Dutch Umbrella Project events.

HAHA MAG Presents: Dutch Umbrella Episode 2

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HAHA Magazine asked Philly’s Dutch Umbrella Share Program if they would turn over some of their classic white umbrellas to local artists and have them use the umbrellas as a blank canvas. The results of which have been chronicled through The Dutch Umbrella Episodes.

Episode 2 takes us into the studio with Artist, Brandon Dean.

Click here to find out more about our exciting Dutch Umbrella Project events.

HAHA MAG Presents: Dutch Umbrella Episode 1

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HAHA Magazine asked Philly’s Dutch Umbrella Share Program if they would turn over some of their classic white umbrellas to local artists and have them use the umbrellas as a blank canvas. The results of which have been chronicled through The Dutch Umbrella Episodes.

In our first episode we meet Philadelphia Artist, Yis Goodwin, otherwise known as ‘NoseGo’. His style mixes fine art with contemporary. His vibrant use of color and signature “monsters” have earned him spots in shows across the city.

Click here to find out more about our exciting Dutch Umbrella Project events.

THINGS WE LOVE…AGAIN

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Hey There You,

It’s that time again were we like to share the amazing finds we come across trolling the internet.  Without further ado…enjoy our Staff Picks for the month.

We love Sophie Blackwell’s  blog, MISSED CONNECTIONSwhere she post her beautiful watercolors inspired by real anonymous messages posted online by  strangers reaching out to one another.  Even better, Sophie has a Etsy shop where you can acquire an original or a print of your favorite missed connection.

I Bought you That Milkshake

I Bought you That Milkshake / photo property of Sophie Blackall

 

London Undercover has us reeling over their “Fish & Chips” Umbrella. The umbrella is printed with an large scale image London’s favortie snack (or at least the first thing I go after after walking out of Heathrow) under the canvas, while the outside is decorated with an old-fashioned replica newspaper print.  Only thing rainy about this umbrella is the 50 pound price tag.the fish and chips umbrella

 

Doesn’t matter if you missed the Haring Revolution you can still show Haring Pride with these cool plastic clutches from Patrica Field for Keith Haring.

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This is what we at the office like to refer to as a billable office toy.  Nothing like turning work into play…the set comes with 5 famous mustache pencils to fool around with: Salvador, Zorro, Burt, Django, Clark. You can snap up your set at atypyk.com

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The Color-in-Dress lets’ you create wearable art.  The Color-in-Dress is made to size complete with accompanying textile markers for you to unleash your inner artist. It’ll set you back 238 Euros, but it might be worth it if you’re one of those people that doesn’t put a price on ‘uniqueness’.

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