WORKAHOLIC // NATHALIA MARGOT A.K.A. TIT

Nathalia Margot (A.K.A. TIT) is the type of human you just want to be close to, physically and mentally. She has this warm curiosity about her that makes you want to peel away the turquoise layers to unveil what’s beneath, and then what’s beneath that. Not only is she the PR master behind Manimal, she […]

MARINA ABRAMOVIC // 512 HOURS

Today marked the end of 512 Hours, the latest performance art piece by Marina Abramović and collaborator Lynsey Peisinger, which was held at the Serpentine Gallery in London. Said to be deeper and more profound than anything Abramović has ever done before, over 100,000 visitors came and immersed themselves in the performance, following directions to […]

WORKAHOLIC // GRANT KNITS

Grant Doolittle’s approach in life resonates not only in his craft but also in his calm aura.  His meticulous, incredibly considerate, and delicate to the eye yet strong to the test works of art are pieces that you do not just wear or hang; you live with them, and even farther so, you live IN […]

TAKE ME THERE // THE WORLD BODYPAINTING FESTIVAL

If I could have any superpower, it would be the ability to instantly and seamlessly travel from one place to another.   No traffic, no lines at security, no screaming babies that make you want to bang your head against a wall and no jet lag – a wanderer’s paradise. I could wake up at my […]

BE GOOD, FELLAS // “DYE: SHE’S BAD” BY DENT DE CUIR

Prepare to have your mind blown.  

Artist Crush // Nike Schroeder

My current artist crush is Los Angeles based/ Berlin born Nike Schroeder. The things she can do with fibers!! From portraiture that is amazingly complex for pure embroidery, to her newest work—my favorite—which evokes a waterfall of color. While showing hints of a color-field painting, the threads drip off the “canvas” bleeding from one color […]

ZIG ZAGS LISTENING PARTY // FREE BREWS BY THE OWLS BREW // limited space RSVP please!

Come get ripped with us and The Zig Zags for a listening party that will make you think you’ve entered a Black Sabbath Twilight Zone in outer space. The Work Magazine proudly brings your ears the sounds of the newly released record by the Zig Zags at the dFm/dubFrequency headquarters in Down Town LA for […]

THE MYSTERY OF // @GANGCULTURE

Los Angeles, 2 pm, 730 am, 535 pm, 2 am. Sitting in a car. Sun shining. Bumper to bumper traffic. Daze and daydream. Wandering eyes. What do you see? Yes, LA is often described as beautiful and dreamy, temperate and relaxing, but given the above scenario, our little town is often mysterious, bewildering, raw, rough, and vacant. […]

BLOGSPIRATION // PORTABLESERA

With all of us making so much of our lives public, it becomes one big ball of everyone’s photos looking the same, everyone repeating the same quotes—and all of us pressing like. Then comes portablesera. I stumbled upon her website during my nightly Instagram rabbit hole. It however, lead me to a really beautiful place—her […]

This Weekend // SEE some art

The Work Magazine darling Michelle Jane Lee is taking part this weekend in an collaborative piece with dancer/choreographer Rebecca Bruno. Along with CRAVE, there will be five other performances in this truly interdisciplinary show. Make sure to check it out! STUDIO: SPRING 2014 May 31 & June 1 | Saturday 8:30 pm, Sunday 7pm @ REDCAT, 631 West 2nd Street, Los Angeles, […]