1. "Saying Together Forever, Breaking Up Never". Enjoy our new interview with multi-talented Dutch artist PARRA, co-founder of the apparel label ROCKWELL and member of the band Le Le. Follow the link and learn more about the artist’s career into the world of music and visual arts (via Saying Together Forever, Breaking Up Never: PARRA)

  2. Have a great weekend, tablets.
    Tune of the Day.

    (Painting by Tristan Pigott)

  3. Have a nice Tuesday, tablets! Tune of the Day.

    (Drawing by Hong Chun Zhang)

  4. A path of sighs through the emotions of life.
    A tribute to the art and her disarming beauty.

    Directed and animated by Rino Stefano Tagliafierro

  5. Claymation artist, musician and filmmaker Allison Schulnik (reviewed, here: http://bit.ly/1lMWiVc) debuts her new SUBLIME film, EAGER, at ZieherSmith in New York. The exhibition also features Eager-related paintings, sculptures and works on paper. Read more about the show and watch her new, stunning, film. Now on www.ldwt.net.(via ALLISON SCHULNIK: EAGER at ZieherSmith)

  6. A new year has just begun and we’re incredibly, unspeakably proud to welcome Mr JORGE SANTOS as our new cover artist. Enjoy our new mixtape, tablets! (via Nothing, Lucilius, is Ours, Except Time: A Mixtape)

    Fireworks & Love. Forever, LDWT.

    Cover Artist: Jorge Santos, Dropping Notes, 48 x 60 inches, oil and acrylic on canvas, 2013

  7. This is probably one of the best animated music videos of the year. Created by the supreme genius of Myzyk & Moriceau (www.divisionparis.com), Jackson describes the video as “castration dynamite and phallic entertainment for everyone”.

    WE.LOVE.IT. Enjoy, tablets.

  8. Young Galaxy, Hard To Tell.
    Created, directed and animated by Carine Khalifé.
    Background Artists: Pauline Merlaut and Aude Benoit

  9. Halcyon Gallery in London has just opened a major exhibition of new works by Bob Dylan, legendary musician and artist. Entitled “Mood Swings”, this show includes a new collection of large-scale iron works, silkscreen works on canvas, original paintings and signed limited editions (via MOOD SWINGS: Bob Dylan’s Works at Halcyon Gallery)
  10. Punk 45: The Singles Cover Art of Punk 1976-80″, a new complete guide to hundreds of punk’s seven-inch sleeve designs co-edited by Jon Savage and Stuart Baker, founder of Soul Jazz Records. For a glorious collection of images selected from the book, links and more info, click here. Happy Monday, tablets! (via PUNK 45: The Singles Cover Art of Punk 1976-80)