Archive for March, 2011

Road signs. Drive along the vast highways of middle America and one is sure to see a plethora of these outdated relics of a bygone era. They exude a distinct style of design and aesthetic rarely found in modern signage. These cool vintage road sign photography prints from Retro Roadside Photo captures that lost art [...]

Chilean artist Iván Navarro, Heaven or Las Vegas new works exhibit, features fluorescent light sculptures drawn from the floor plans of iconic skyscrapers. For Heaven or Las Vegas, Navarro’s first solo exhibition at the gallery, the artist has created a series of fluorescent light wall sculptures based on the floor plans of twelve of the [...]

From the folks over at Art of the Title comes this presentation video for the SXSW “Excellence in Title Design” competition screening. It shows a brief history of title design. Credits: Editor: Ian Albinson Music: RJD2 “Ghostwriter”

Comic book artist Malachi Ward hails from Pasadena, California. His paintings were recently highlighted at the show ‘Malachi Ward New Paintings’ at Secret Headquarters in LA. Here are some examples of his work.

MOVIE REVIEW: BATTLE LA – It’s not as bad as critics make it out to be. Sci-fi thriller Battle L.A. (directed by Jonathan Liebesman) is a classic example by which one can critique it and use the term “It’s all relative”. What the average moviegoer wants versus the critics aspiration for this film where polar opposites. The [...]

New Image Sculpture exhibition which runs until May 08, 2011 assembles works by emerging and mid-career artists who freely appropriate from art history, ethnographic artifacts, fashion, folk art, hobby crafts, popular culture, and the world of do-it-yourself. These artists transform widely available materials, many found on the shelves of hardware stores and building suppliers, into [...]

Opening this Saturday, March 12, 2011 at the Robert Berman Gallery is the Street N’ Low group show, a select overview of some of the forerunners of the street/graffiti art movement and the new contemporary movement. Highlights of the exhibition include works by Robert Williams, an original panel from the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (SF) [...]

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