• Marianna Rothen // Shadows in Paradise

    A red dress is lying like a carcass on the lawn. Shoes abandoned next to it; the chair tipped up. A discarded blonde wig no longer means anything – no longer screams siren or bombshell or sex; only emptiness. And the question of what happened here. If the women in Marianna Rothen’s earlier series (Snow […]

  • Workaholic // Camille Vignaud

    Camille Vignaud is a designer and artist who launched her own agency in 2011, within just a few short years of leaving university. Her desire then was to bring more of her personal artistry to graphic design, and it’s an ambition she certainly attains. Her dream-like aesthetic now gets filtered through books, websites, and entire […]

  • WORK EDITORIAL // FW / 17 – GRAPHIC FALL

    We do what we want.  What is a trend? And do you follow them, or do you make your own rules? Slick your hair back, draw some shapes on your face, play with color, and leave your house. Expression is in the self and the self is where it’s at. FALL – WINTER 2017   […]

  • WORKAHOLIC // VINCENT POCSIK

    With a background in art and music and formal training in architecture, Vincent Pocsik is a creative in the purest sense. His premier furniture collection features the diversity of his skills, presenting lyrical movement and structural abstraction. Series 001 features designs that stretch and curve, bulging in unexpected and typically ignored places. The anatomy of […]

  • NEW WORK // Photo London

    There couldn’t be more happening at Photo London. The newly-instituted 4-day exhibition, which features galleries from London, Paris and New York among others, boasts of being the largest photography event in the UK, and returned in May for its second showcase of the medium.  At a time when the bounds of what photography is and […]

  • PARACHUTE MARKET // JUNE 18 – 19 // LETS GO!

    Come on down to our block for the 6th rendition of Parachute Market in The Arts District downtown for LA Design Week. The theme, “Alone Together,” encourages our creative community to explore who we are without a lens and why we thrive in community. The Digital Age has connected and disconnected us in ways never before […]

  • A Film by Justin Tyler Close + Nouel Riel // 1619 Silverlake Blvd. //exclusive release

    Nouel Riel is one of the most wild and unexpected forces I have met.  The fire in her eyes tells me to expect any unexpectedness from her actions.  Like a child, she looks at things as if they are there to her for the first time.  Justin Tyler Close, friend, former roommate, and fellow artist, […]

  • NSFW music video by GODMA // DIRECTED by GLORIA NOTO

    ” Inspired by feelings of isolation, self recognition & rejection, ‘PWROVRU’ is the brand new (NSFW) video from experimental R&B artist, GODMA. GODMA dives into a world of her own reflecting her emotions as she becomes a spectator in a world full of over consumption & over stimulation. Invading Little Tokyo, the video was shot […]

The Work Magazine – Collaboration Issue

 

Seventy-Two Hours // photographs by Noah Jashinski // SOLO show tomorrow in LA

Issue 7 contributor and friend, Noah Jashinski is having a solo show tomorrow, and I am so proud to talk about it today.                       Image via The Work Magazine issue 7 feature    I’ve known Noah for a few years now.  Since the moment I […]

SIT ON THIS // CHAIRS FOR CHARITY

What do a chair, and 8 renowned designers have in common? They were all sitting pretty at Dragonette Ltd last night for  Promemoria’s brand new initiative “CHAIRS FOR CHARITY” in collaboration with Paddle8. Promemoria has invited 8 renowned interior designers from across the country to customize their signature “Bilou Bilou” chair, (say that three times […]

BECOMING // A FILM

Continuing in the spirit of collaboration, we present to you a short film starring French artist, Soko. To bring the print story “Becoming” to life, which is featured in Issue 7, photographer and filmmaker Suzanne Strong called upon musical extraordinaire and friend plaster 0f paris, (Tony Bevilacqua of The Distillers). Born was an original track “Baronness,” which then became […]

Totally Blown // Bullet-riddled Fashion in the Desert // Inspired by Mice and Guns

Cody Montgomery was living in Fairfield, Iowa, at his family’s tree farm, in a cabin by himself off the grid when a mouse came into his life. It chewed a bunch of holes through one of his tee shirts which immediately became his favorite shirt. “I started obsessing over it, thinking about different ways to […]

LAST LOOK // WALLFLOWER AT THE ORGY

Closing this weekend at SADE is a show where whimsical fantasy and sophisticated reconfiguration marry in a perfect plane.  Transforming the angular cubicle walls of the former Night Gallery into an atmospheric scene with hanging ferns and lilac carpet, the painted worlds of Ariana Papademetropoulos envelope us in a picture of a surreal salon.  Like the lush and seductive richness of her watermark-tinged canvases, Papademetropoulos reconfigures […]

LSD Collector // Mark McCloud

I entered a victorian house in the mission district of San Francisco and followed Mark McCloud, dressed in all black, into a room full of LSD. Pretty epic opening, huh? Granted all of the LSD tabs are now considered inactive—but well get to that. Mark McCloud is one interesting man. I found out about this […]

ISSUE 7 IS HERE ! // CELEBRATE With us APRIL 30th

The WORK Magazine // Collaboration Issue 07 – Release Party x Pop-Up Art Show // Semiospheres – with special performances. Thursday, April 30th Ace Hotel Downtown LA, Segovia Hall, 2nd floor 7:30pm – 11:30pm Please arrive in a timely manner for the evening’s performances Dance Performance by:Danny Dolan Music Performance by: TIT DJ sets by: […]

WORKAHOLIC // PATRICK WEDER

Patrick Weder’s work marries streamlined architectural elegance with sculptural refinement that integrate seamlessly within residential and commercial spaces. Inspired by naturally occurring forms and pushing raw materials beyond the practical application, Patrick created the combinations of corian and wood in 2001 and continues to refine this pairing with concrete. Originally from Switzerland, he moved to […]

ARTIST KELLY LAMB // MINI GEOS RELEASE

Kelly Lamb is a Los Angeles based artist. Her work uses many representational formats in her art, such as sculptural and object form, photography and video. Lamb’s aesthetic is inspired by Sacred Geometry, Viennese Secessionism, the Arts and Crafts Movement and architects such as Buckminster Fuller and Oscar Niemeyer. Her use of clean, angular, geometric lines contradicts organic shape, creating a […]

THE UNIVERSAL SIGN FOR CHOKING // FIRST SOLO SHOW

LA born Insurgency Inc is opening their first solo show, The Universal Sign for Choking, in LA on May 9th. While they never claimed to be artists, somehow this happened, and they seem to be falling into the role quite easily. “We never intended to make ‘art.’ We really just wanted to inspire people to […]

This Friday // LANI TROCK // SPACE 15 TWENTY POP UP

trust in the you of now  April 17 – April 27 2015  Space 15 Twenty 1520 N. Cahuenga Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90028  OPENING RECEPTION BY RSVP: Friday, April 17th 2015, 6:00 pm-10:00 pm, rsvp@lanitrock.com. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:   Lani Trock is pleased to present Trust In The You of Now, an interactive installation at Space 15 Twenty. Trust In […]

ELIZA SYS // LA PHOTO SERIES

After spending years on the other end of the lens as a high-fashion model, Belgian-born Eliza Sys has picked up a camera herself, using it to document life in Los Angeles. Her images are deeply personal, communicating an existence dabbled in subtle sunlight yet fusing with melancholy. She uses film to create a world of grit that is […]

Carl Sagan X Stephen Hawking // A Glorious Dawn

If you didn’t already understand Carl Sagan as not only a scientist, but also a poet, now you know. Thank you to whoever made this incredible remix. Carl Forever <3  

Workaholic // Rotelli Cyclery // Custom Bicycles

Robert Rotello founded his company to specialize in creating custom handcrafted bicycles tailored to the needs of commuters and adventure-seekers alike. Within his company, he and his team sit with you to understand your needs as a cyclist. Taking you in your path with the restoration of bicycles of the past. Robert gave us a […]

Artist of the Month // Alyssa Ellis

Alyssa Ellis  is going into April because March was such a crazy time with us here! More photos of her studies with toxic plants.                   Also known as deadman’s bells, foxglove has the ability to slow the heart muscles to a creeping pace, causing it panic and […]