Tag Archives: art

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Future Colors of America

I’m stoked to say that I’m living in The Bay again, and it’s hard to believe that I’ve been gone for over 5 years. The crisp air, the down-to-earth mentality of bay folks and the endless amount of things to see and do, are just […]

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The National Museum of Hip Hop Presents: The Congressional Black Caucus Graffiti Exhibition

    Recently Omar and I were blessed with the opportunity to attend an event at the famous Quad Recording Studios in Times Square. Combine that with The National Museum of Hip-Hop, and the exhibition of a huge ingredient to the culture itself, Graffiti Art, […]

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Corno

Canada-based artist, Corno, brings her work to Los Angeles for a limited time. NOW through this Saturday September 24th, Corno shows LA her rendition of Hollywood icon, Marilyn Monroe, via David Lawrence Gallery (in West Hollywood). The exhibit (which is FREE for you art lovers) […]

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noa-’s Art.

I first discovered and met noa- at Club Milk in San Francisco. He was painting live on stage, barefoot, with his clothes all covered in paint. Beats pulsated throughout the room as this serious, yet always smiling artist drew a distinct image on the massive canvas […]

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Get off my cloud

Hey art and surf lovers, now is the time to go to Venice to check out Insight’s exhibition “Get off my cloud” by Steve Gorrow (Insight’s Creative Director) and Peter Crawford. Swirling together images of iconic surfers and painfully gorgeous images of the ocean waves with a kaleidoscopic twist, this […]

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Kirby Kenny- a short by Jai Lennard

Jai Lennard, a New York photographer, designer, writer and all-around creative genius just sent over this amazing film he wrote, and stars the beautiful Kirby Kenny! The use of ambient noise and textured sound throughout the film is amazing; giving the video a great look […]

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Jess Does Art in the Streets

A couple weeks ago, I posted about Art in the Streets, which is currently being featured at MOCA. Recently, I was able to check out the exhibit, and it was everything I imagined it would be: super ill! Everything from the the history of street art, […]

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Boom, Boom, Bap! With all the attention that’s been giving to out of town twisted minds, DNAEBEATS defines the talent that is striving here in San Francisco. I’ve seen his live sets throughout the bay area, but definitely looking forward to his appearance this Friday […]

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Art in the Streets

The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) in Los Angeles is featuring Art in the Streets, which explores the evolution of graffiti from the 1970s to the present day. From New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, London, and Sao Paulo, this exhibition will display various types […]

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Artist, Serene Bacigalupi

“Born and raised in Norman, Oklahoma, Serene graduated from Reed College with a degree in Anthropology in 2007. Her art work is contemporary and whimsical. She draws heavily from an interest in graffiti and street art; particularly in terms of the materials she uses. Quentin […]

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5Pointz “Institute of Higher Burnin”

In my recent travels to New York, I had the opportunity to catch up with the curator/founder of 5pointz! Meres One also known as Johnathan Cohan, has been the heart and soul of this MAD-ness. 5Pointz is seen as “graffiti mecca,” as well as the, […]

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OHWOW

Being a sucker for art and tattoos, I was excited to find out that there’s a new art gallery in town, well in Los Angeles to be exact, and it’s appropriately called OHWOW. Located on La Cienega Boulevard, OHWOW opens with a solo exhibition by […]

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Hedi Slimane

Hedi Slimane, amongst other things is a tailor. In 2000 Hedi was appointed creative director of Dior; turning the notion of men’s clothing on it’s head, and creating the wildly successful Dior Homme. Using a slimmer silhouette and refreshed proportions, Hedi Slimane injected his personal […]

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Scott Campbell

I have been a fan of Scott Campbell for some time now..first being intrigued by his effortless tattoo style; specializing in ornate black and grey script. About 3 year ago he started experimenting with money as a medium of art. Precisely cutting thought provoking images […]