Chicago artist and good friend of the site, Hebru Brantley, has been making headlines in publications across the globe this week for his work at Miami’s famed Art Basel weekend. Brantley competed in a global Bombay Saphire competition, as well as had his own exclusive wall in Miami’s Wynwood district, but Hebru’s biggest score was selling a piece to Jay-Z and Beyonce.
Beyoncé and Jay-Z were also seen perusing the works on show at America’s hippest art fair. We’re told Jay snapped up a $20,000 painting titled “Everyone’s Scared” by 31-year-old Chicagoan Hebru Brantley, who won the Basel showing as a finalist in the Bombay Sapphire Artisan Series produced with Russell Simmons’ Rush Foundation.
Beyoncé and Jay-Zwere also seen perusing the works on show at America’s hippest art fair. We’re told Jay snapped up a $20,000 painting titled “Everyone’s Scared” by 31-year-old Chicagoan Hebru Brantley, who won the Basel showing as a finalist in the Bombay Sapphire Artisan Series produced with Russell Simmons’ Rush Foundation.
So yeah, this was a pretty big deal as you can see. To see the piece Hov and B purchased hit the jump. But if you’re familiar with Bru’s work, then you’ve no doubt seen everyone’s scared.
It’s about time someone poked fun at the VMAs/Taylor Switch incident from a few years back. Most of the time these Kanye-inspired interruptions have been mega corny, but with Hov, Beyonce and Kanye actually involved, it makes it great.
Tonight, The Throne beat out Bey for Video of the Year, so it was only right Jay snatched the mic from Yeezy. *OTIS SCREAMS*
During the second London show for the WTT Tour’s European run, clips of ‘Ye and Jay’s new video ran after the Louie Armstrong video montage before performing “No Church In The Wild”.
Catch a peak of the video at the 1:40 and the 3:10 marks. Props to Perajok for the heads up.
The Throne have been quietly preparing their latest visual with the assistance of director Romain Gavras in Prague, but a Czech Republic-based website has been reporting pictures and video from the set. No Jay or ‘Ye sightings yet, but there’s definitely plenty of action to go around.
The second day was recorded in the street Jungmanova at Wenceslas Square, then everything moved to Legion Bridge at the National Theatre. In Jungmanova street broke shop windows, throwing smoke bombs and ran a classic fight with police.The Legion Bridge demolition was a police car, which eventually bang. The third day was chosen only the best about 60 thugs, filmed in the street theater, where he filmed a scene with a horse (see video below). Another scene took place even on the roof of the National Theatre. A final scene took place at New Square scenes. The shooting was everywhere like lasers and lighting effects. Unfortunately, the recording showed Kanye or Jay.
More video and pictures below. Props to Nav on the heads up.