Recent Social Unrest Inspires ‘Fear Google’ Artist to ‘Grave Rob’ Muhammad Ali, Bruce Lee for Work of Art

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — A ground-breaking work of art by the “Fear Google” artist XVALA is set to be debuted on August 19 during the March on Google in Mountain View, California. Dubbed “The Diversity Belt,” XVALA plans to wear his latest work of art in public at the March On Google to publicly share his point of view regarding Americans’ First Amendment rights.

Denver Businessman Launches Website to Meet the Woman of His Dreams

DENVER, Colo. — “Chances are almost zero I’m the guy for you.” That’s one of the first lines Nate Rifkin, a single man in Denver, writes in the most bizarre dating profile online today. It’s not on any kind of app or dating site. Instead, Rifkin built an entire website entitled “Should You Date Nate” for one purpose: finding the woman of his dreams.

Controversial Artist NEO 10Y Kills Donald Trump in Shocking Concept Film

LOS ANGELES, Calif. — Controversial music and visual artist NEO 10Y today released a three-part concept film depicting the death of presidential candidate Donald Trump. The six minute documentary style film “NEO 10Y vs. NIHIL: The Kid That Killed Trump (A Concept Film)” shows the story of a drug forlorn Times Square Mickey Mouse impersonator convincing Donald Trump to end his life.

Care Bears Donning Jay Z’s Apparel for Barneys New York Slated for eBay

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: With ‘Brooklyn Monument: Jay Z Cares’ pop-artist Daniel Edwards depicts Jay Z as a Care Bear pal with Funshine Bear on the rap mogul’s shoulder wearing Leather Boxing Shorts from the Barneys New York collection, accompanied by six designer ornaments to be auctioned on eBay, with a share of the proceeds going to an organization that supports the ACLU’s policies against racial profiling. The work will be unveiled online this week, announced Cory Allen Contemporary Art.

Extreme Kidnapping Adventure Service Relocates to Las Vegas

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: Can you handle it? Bringing their own special brand of terrifying hijinks westward, Extreme Kidnapping, formerly of metro Detroit, is now gaming Las Vegas. The controversial ‘adventure kidnapping’ company has moved to Vegas, trading soot and steel for the bright lights and gambling on new successes.

Artist Encourages Apple to ‘Think Different’ with Steve Jobs Action Figure Sculpture

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: In wake of the recent Foxconn riot, Cory Allen Contemporary Art (CACA) announces that Post PC artist XVALA will debut his latest sculpture of the Apple-banned Steve Jobs action figure in an upcoming gallery show at AIS Editions in the Los Angeles Brewery Arts Complex.

Virgin Mary in Bondage Causes Stir with Community in Women’s Rights Protest

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: Cory Allen Contemporary Art (CACA) announces that artist and feminist Marilyn Artus is introducing her new portrait of the Virgin Mary in attempt to protest the continued infringement of women’s rights by the Catholic Church and the many prominent conservatives. The portrait of the Virgin Mary will be on tour though many galleries and events; kicking off the tour with the AKA Gallery in Oklahoma City, Okla., April 6, 2012.

Inside Story of How Houdini’s Missing Bust Was Recently Secretly Restored to His Gravesite in New York City

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: The Houdini Museum, a 501(c)3 nonprofit museum in Scranton, PA, had a secret project to restore Houdini’s grave site bust for over 20 years. It reached full intensity in the past year. The original statuary bust was installed after Houdini’s death in 1926. It was destroyed by vandals in 1975.

Art Controversy Revealed this Week: Daniel Edwards’ Justin Bieber Allegory of a Teen Sex Symbol

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: Images of the allegorical tribute to teen idol Justin Bieber, created by controversial New York artist Daniel Edwards, are being released by Cory Allen Contemporary Art this week.

Osama Bin Laden Death Sculpture Gets Name from Facebook

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: A naked Osama Bin Laden, laden with sea crabs and shackled to a U.S. Navy SEALs cement block at the bottom of the sea receives its official title, courtesy of the friends on Facebook. The Osama Bin Laden sculpture is the latest by New York artist Daniel Edwards, and is being unveiled this week on Facebook, announces Cory Allen Contemporary Art.