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U.S. Customs and Border ProtectionJulius just got a little uglier.They must really be hurting for new things to counterfeit in Indonesia these days.
U.S. Customs and Border Patrol officers at the Los Angeles/Long Beach port just intercepted a 20-foot terminal container filled with -- get rea ... More >>
Lina Lecaro Brow-raising looks at the Phillip Lim store
The annual eve of retail raging called Fashion's Night Out 2011 took place all around the world last night. New York always seems to have the most cohesive FNO and be the most happening hub (with major designer events and parties attract ... More >>
Photo by Shannon Cottrell
At LA Weekly, we've always liked Corey Helford's mix of high/low art, from cute to cool to downright creepy. As the gallery celebrates its fifth anniversary with its current show "Zero to Sixty," which closes today, we thought we'd look back at six standout shows.
Courtesy Corey Helford GalleryFor more photos from the opening, see "Corey Helford Five-Year Anniversary Party: 'Zero to Sixty'"
Friday night, Corey Helford Gallery celebrated a milestone with an opening party for its mega-showcase, Zero to Sixty: Five Year Anniversary Gala Group Exhibition, ... More >>
CrumbsCupcakes aren't only big business in the real world, they're also making inroads in the virtual one. A couple weeks ago, Crumbs Bakeshop released an iPhone app, but they're hardly the first to combine cupcakes and technology. Too lazy to bake cupcakes in the real world? Any number of ap ... More >>
By Liz Ohanesian
Colin Christian "Freaky Deaky"
Clowns. Once their bulbous noses and painted grins adorned living rooms and children's bedrooms across the nation. But times changed, and the great clown painting became a relic of mid-twentieth century Americana, the faces meant to provoke smiles ... More >>
There are many different approaches to the art of the flyer, as many as there are mediocre photoshop hacks and "artsy" fonts. One glimpse of the flyer wall at Amoeba Records offers proof: between the cheesy rave flyers, half-assed Pen & Pixel ("Your music sounds hot, so now what?") ripoffs and artfu ... More >>