Wolf and Pack

Amsterdam based Wolf and Pack believe that the t-shirt is an instrument to incorporate art into everyday life. Born from two veterans of the street scene, Julian Lynn (New York) and Gabriel Hunter (Philadelphia), their T-shirts blend hard-edged design with a playful take on life. Made in limited quantities, I really like the gun/skull graphic (above left). Take a look at the rest of their …

Ryan McGinness in Europe

Master of silhouetted graphics (and perhaps the hardest working man in the art world) Ryan McGinness currently has a series of three solo shows called “NEVERODDOREVEN,†which are taking place across Western Europe this fall. At Curti/Gambuzzi in Milan the installation is in full swing and will be up through 3 November 2006 (pictured right, photos courtesy of Paolo Curti & Annamaria Gambuzzi & Co.) …

Aiko Trittico

I'm glad to see that it looks like Niko Stumpo, the founder of Hanazuki. The shop not only sells self produced products from Aiko, but also other friends and acquaintances who practice the same method of production. Featured above are three friends known as Trittico. There's something slightly insidious about red penguins with beady eyes.