+ Zine :: Art
Opening this Friday! Featuring 24 posters designed by prolific street artists & illustrators from the US, France & Germany. Some of the artists featured are Shepard Fairey, Jef Aerosol, Gate, Ludovic Jacqz, Pisa73 & Kashink. This exhibit will be featured amongst the BONES OF STEEL exhibit that is currently on display at Stay Gallery. We [...]
If fear, laziness or your corporate overlords have buried you into a creative rut, take fifteen minutes out of your Tuesday afternoon, and watch “Wonderland,” to get the creative adrenaline pumping through your nervous system. Wonderland | A Short Form Doc on Creative Commerce from Eskimo on Vimeo. “Wonderland” was put together by the folks [...]
LIGHTNING IN A BOTTLE announced the lineup of enlightening speakers and enriching workshops for this year’s Lucent Temple of Consciousness, and it looks amazing. I haven’t had the chance to experience the five-day music and arts festival presented by the DO LAB. (The same Do Lab that always has the intense stage in the middle [...]
Youtube sensation Marquese Scott made this radical new dance video with his dance crew Dragon House. Check out their channel it’s pretty damn legit!
Downtown Los Angeles artist Allison Schulnik takes us into a world of sad hobo clowns, rich colorful clay animations and a taste of how the city helps her escape into that world. Her painting & animations process fits her chill personality perfectly. Allison is our kind of people!
Nieto Fine Art is proud to present “Even After All” a collection of new paintings by Bay Area-based artist Eric Bailey. The solo exhibition is inspired by an array of subject matter with underlying tones of the Americana, nature, and nostalgia passing of time — life and death, new and old — as seen through [...]
Can this be the way of the future? A new standard in live performance for artists and DJ’s alike? I know I sure wouldn’t think twice to learn how to integrate something like this into my sets! Allow me to introduce you to The Motion Project. A collaboration between a lot of clever creative people [...]
“The boundaries which divide life from death are at best shadowy and vague. Who shall say where the one ends, and where the other begins?” – Edgar Allan Poe
French native Corinne “Coco” Brun produces some of the dopest scarves and shawls I’ve seen in a cool minute. Her line “Forget Me Not” showcases her hand illustrated and digitally printed beautiful works of art.
The ANNENBERG SPACE FOR PHOTOGRAPHY in Los Angeles is the only place on the West Coast you can catch the “WHO SHOT ROCK & ROLL” exhibit, and it’s opening this Saturday, June 23. The exhibit is a photographic tour through the history of rock & roll from 1955 to present, and features iconic images of [...]
For the opening of his new show ‘Haiiro’, SIT painted a mural next door to the C.A.V.E. Gallery on Abbot Kinney in Venice, CA
The show opens June 2nd and will run until June 23rd, 2012
Nychos and Flying Fortress get crazy busy with this new wall in Dublin, Ireland. The detail of this piece is so pure and sharp that the clean lines and brushed strokes co-exist in beautiful harmony. Check It out!
Been a hot minute since we’ve caught up with the ol’ Banksy website. Well lo and behold we have some new work to present and it goes a little something like thiiiiiiiiiiiiis…
The Hammer Museum will kick off, MADE IN LA, it’s “first large-scale biennial survey of the work of Los Angeles-based artists,” this Saturday. Check out the press release. Made in L.A. 2012 is the Hammer Museum’s first large-scale biennial survey of the work of Los Angeles-based artists. Organized by the Hammer in collaboration with LA><ART—institutions with [...]
QUENTIN DUPIEUX director of “Rubber” and “Wrong,” also known as, Ed Banger Artist, MR. OIZO, released the first chapter of his new movie, “Wrong Cops,” featuring none other than MARILYN MANSON, at Cannes Film Festival on Thrusday. The short follows a corrupt, Officer Duke, around as he sells rats filled with weed, and kidnaps and [...]