Happy Valentine’s // John Stezaker & The Kiss

“I always knew what i was going to do in life; there was only one thing I was obsessed by.” John Stezaker We’ll call it a Valentine’s treat. Some preview images from our upcoming feature, a collaboration with artist John Stezaker. Stay tuned to see us publish previously unreleased works by the collagist and photographer, all around […]

Workaholic // Wolfe von Lenkiewicz

The art world is hardly devoid of characteristic and idiosyncratic individuals, yet even among these, Wolfe von Lenkiewicz stands out. At first glance his work is a reproduction: a painstaking recreation of works that have defined the canon of art history and the visual culture of today. But look closer and and a wealth of […]

WORKAHOLIC // CALLIDUS GUILD

Yolande Batteau is the founder and creative visionary behind the work of Callidus Guild. When meeting her in person you immediately realize, she herself, is just as enchanting as the wallpaper she creates. Her magical studio is tucked away in Brooklyn in the neighborhood of Clinton Hill. This fine art studio flourishes with their unique, […]

WORKAHOLIC // ALEXANDER YULISH

For Alexander Yulish, growing up in New York City in the 1980s was an experience never to forget. He spent his youth in the halls of the Chelsea Hotel where he lived with his mother, famed sculptor Barbara Pearlman. The vivid characters that came in and out of his world at a young age are […]

Local Artist of the Month // Week 2

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WORKAHOLIC // ADRIAN LANDON BROOKS

The first time I met our newest Workaholic, he was a bad boy that made great art. Art that was dark and art that was gritty, his pieces reflected the destruction of a chaotic world around him. Since those days, when his signatures included decaying flesh, graphic nudity and an all-around “abrasive beauty,” both the […]

Tonight // See Art

The Mothership, In Our Details are the Maps of Existence Curated by The Sacred Door & Dilettante 1.16.14  7PM 120 N SANTA FE AVE, Los Angeles, California 90012 Gather us together so we can offer up creations that speak from the source. We hold the light that leads growth and can best gather ideas to nurture […]

New York Quarterly // Arts Soiree

For those still craving an art fix post Art Basel Miami, the New York Quarterly Arts Soiree is a one night event produced by Olivia Luccardi in New York’s famed Webster Hall.  A number of works by various artists will be on display, including those from an up and coming talent Annie Nalbandian entitled, “Females From […]

BLUE SONGS // ARE LIKE TATTOOS

Indigo is pretty magical isn’t it? The dyeing process fascinates me as it’s an organic compound & was historically made from an extraction of plants. Granted much of what we see now in fashion is synthetic, there is something so magical about the process of indigo dying. I currently have a crush on a couple […]

Unwoven Light // Houston, TX

Soo Suny Park creates installations that bring the mystical world of her imagination into the physical realm. Her current exhibition, Unwoven Light, manipulates light through iridescent plexiglass squares affixed on chain-link fencing, sending the viewer through a fluid space that changes as light dances across the surfaces, reflecting and refracting colors. Industrial materials are transformed, […]