Archive for 2011

British Journal of Photography’s news and online editor Olivier Laurent speaks to Moby about his first photography book – Destroyed, which was released with his new album of the same name. Moby shot the 60 photographs in Moby: Destroyed which captures his life on tour, displaying feelings of crowdedness to isolation. Moby states “I’m able to [...]

Idea Fountain creator Lorette C. Luzajic‘s new book Fascinating Writers: twenty-five unusual lives dives into the lives of famed authors, via brief narratives which showcase Luzajic’s trademark irreverence, through her insightful and totally subjective experiences. Not only will you be brought on a enchanting journey to meet Lord Byron, Ernest Hemingway, and Leo Tolstoy, among [...]

We told you about Scion’s ‘The Big Idea’ exhibition opening this Saturday June 25, 2011 in L.A, which showcases a roster of art directors, illustrators and graphic designers, and their interpretation of visual communication in artistic form. Here’s a sneak peak video on the artists in the show…

This unique concept of wrapping paper was conceptualized from the need to wrap a cool pair of sneakers for a birthday present and before you know it, Rapping Paper was born, with lyrics by Eminem, Run DMC, and The Sugarhill Gang. Cause a cool pair of kicks wrapped up in flowers or stripes just won’t [...]

Claudio Parentela is an illustrator, painter, photographer, mail artist, cartoonist, collagist, and freelance journalist, and has been active in the international underground scene for many years. He has collaborated with magazines of contemporary art, literary and of comics in Italy and around the world, including NY Arts Magazine, Turntable & Blue Light Magazine, Komix, LitChaos, Why [...]

After traveling the globe illustrating, painting, and teaching, Paul Balmer fell in love with the energy of New York City and decided to make it his home. Working out of his Soho studio, Balmer paints the city from a perspective influenced by his South African roots and his love of abstract expressionism. We had the [...]

Mab Graves, one of twins, deems herself a pop surrealist painter who never attended art school. Here are examples of some paintings: Harlow and the Faerie Ring

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