Since LoveMoney started, we’ve worked with a wonderful seamstress in North Cambridge by the name of Marcia Cohen. For every drop of LoveMoney Apparel we’ve released, Marcia has been there to apply the labels, stitching them in with a finesse that we’ll always appreciate. Marcia has her own craft that she continues to work on, putting her products on display when the opportunity arises. This weekend, on May 11th and 12th (Mother’s Day), Marcia will be presenting her work at the Cambridge Arts Open Studios.
For those who crave attention, Google’s just rolled out a holiday surprise that may sate that need to get one’s face in the public eye. Part of a promotion for their Chromebook, the company’s giving participants an opportunity to submit a picture and a few words that might find a spot on the big screen in New York’s Times Square.
With its much anticipated release taking place next month, the marketing blitz for the third installment of Ubisoft’s popular Assassin’s Creed series continues. The software house and Rock The Vote have teamed up for Art Of The Assassin, a traveling art exhibition that’ll make its latest stop in Chicago this afternoon. At the ARTrevolution event, Art Of The Assassin will feature work from assorted artists who’ve created original pieces inspired by the American Revolution backdrop of Assassin’s Creed 3.
The event will run from 4:30-7:00pm. For information about Art Of The Assassin, visit this site.
Boxed in for good reason, these wild animals are armed to the teeth, ready and willing to unleash their beastly temperament on anyone visiting artist Jeremy Fish‘s latest show Wild Kingdom. A dual-wielding bear with duck-themed pistols and a beaver gripping an axe are just two of the untamed creatures on display, all of them packed in and sealed tight.
Two days before the olympics, UK street artist Banksy has something to say, unveiling Olympic-themed pieces featuring his signature style. No less satirical than what he’s created in the past, the tone of these suggests he may not be in a celebratory mood, with one of his stencils showing a javelin thrower wielding a missile instead of what you’d expect. Once the games begin, we’re sure he’ll continue adding his special brand of commentary to the festivities in London.