TOYBOX///THE TERRY RICHARDSON TOY HAS ARRIVED

February 5, 2010  |  colette, News, Terry Richardson, Toybox, Vinyl Fetish, WTF???  |  Comments Off

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Usually Terry keeps the camera pointed the other way...

Yes, we at Supertouch are known to grind on and on about how dead-in-the-ground the vinyl toy world is these days, but every once in a while a toy comes along that restores our faith in the medium. Today, that toy is the TERRY RICHARDSON figure by upstart toymakers UNCLE YORK for Parisian culture boutique COLETTE (we woulda bought a Terry x Michael Lau toy ages ago but they never got made). Available in red or blue trademark flannel, the must-have piece don't come cheap at $200 USD, but it sure beats the other junk on the shelves...

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The Big O gives his seal of approval...

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PARIS///MR ANDRE DEBUTS “DRAWINGS” AT COLETTE

January 30, 2010  |  colette, Graffiti, News, Paris, Street Art  |  Comments Off

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Andre waxes poetic on the subject of waxing...

Supertouch buddy MR ANDRE is known worldwide for his trademark pink, spaghetti-legged graffiti character. Now Parisian couture and street culture hotspot COLETTE celebrates his fine artwork with a new exhibition, "Drawings." The title, of course, says it all, but the notorious French five-footer mixes things up nonetheless with an array of sculpture and customized objects. Fun art for cheap, what could be better during the dog days of a global recession? HAVE A LOOK: Read More

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PARIS///SCOTT CAMPBELL CHECKS IN FROM THE “OFF, OFF BOWERY” SHOW AT COLETTE

October 8, 2008  |  art, colette, News, Openings, Scott Campbell  |  Comments Off

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Scott Campbell's writing on the wall, and in the flesh...

Just back from his hot run through FASHION WEEK in Paris, Supertouch's own SCOTT CAMPBELL checks in with a recap of A-RON's NY-centric "Off, Off Bowery" show at French retail institution COLETTE. Featuring original artwork and on-site tattooing by Mr. Campbell, the exhibition included contributions from over 30 of Manhattan's most dangerous upstarts and downtown legends including RITA ACKERMAN, DAN COLEN, TERRY RICHARDSON, KEMBRA PFAHLER, DASH SNOW, NATE LOWMAN, TAYLOR McKIMENS, NECK FACE, and AUREL SCHMIDT to name a few. The only thing missing? That lingering pee smell. HAVE A LOOK: Read More

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