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The new year is right around the corner. Fireworks, noise makers, champagne and resolutions abound, New Years one of the few occasions where the entire world celebrates together. With the advent of email, Facebook, and Twitter, sending friends a New Years card by snail mail is truly non-existent. That is a sentiment usually written in [...]

Here is a user submitted video to our Sweet & Tasty Vimeo Video Channel titled C. Vomitoria by Kylar Loya. This animation was for Kylar Loya’s Senior Project at the School of the Museum of Fine Art in Boston (2010), featuring music by Designer Drugs, Crass, and Adult. It’s in-your-face trippy. Check it out… The characters [...]

If you want to gain some striking graphic design inspiration, look no further than artist Santtu Mustonen’s work. Contemporary Illustration from the Land of Booze and Blondes Hailing from The Netherlands, his pieces represent classic Dutch design aesthetic.

Five new works by Lola Montes Schnabel, created over the period of the last year, which comprise a suite of allegorically suggestive figurative paintings that use a shared five-color palette to great effect, will be on exhibit at The Hole NYC, December 16, from 6-9PM. Each painting depicts an episode in a narrative of androgenous [...]

Book Review: Cutting Edges: A Few Reflections on Contemporary Collage By Lorette C. Luzajic (Cutting Edges, Gestalten Books, 2011, ed. by James Gallagher et al.) “Nothing is original,” said Jim Jarmusch, director of Down By Law. He took the words right out of my mouth. “You’ve written about this theme numerous times,” said the friend [...]

HIDE/SEEK Interview with Arnold Lehman, Director of the Brooklyn Museum, and Tricia Laughlin Bloom, Project Curator who discuss the exhibition. B-roll of the HIDE/SEEK exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum.

Currently on show at Richard Heller Gallery is Paco Pomet’s “Horns and Tales” exhibition. Working with oils, Paco Pomet depicts rich moments in time, captured as if photographed, and taken in another century due to his use of monochromatic tones. Look a little closer and you will find fairy tale characters, anthropomorphic cartoon creatures, and others [...]


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