Listen and watch the lively animation drawn to accompany a 1969 Jim Morrison interview with the Village Voice, where he describes why Fat is Beautiful.
Compositions by Beatriz Mahan Interview with Lorette C. Luzajic from IdeaFountain Barcelona artist Beatriz Mahan creates intriguing, composition-based collages that she refers to as matrices. She uses a variety of simple elements to play with shape, colour, texture, and mark-making. I found her visually stunning creations on flickr and saw right away an eerie kinship with [...]
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.
Artist John Malloy creates illustrations with such meticulous detail, it’s no surprise they take on a painterly effect. His use of line and form mixed with brilliant colors give his illustrations a huge amount of depth which can be applied in an array of graphic applications. It’s no wonder he was chosen to collaborate on [...]
Drawings of Maess are always characterized by an uncommon precision of the line, frivolous and whimsical at the same time, and an uncommon saturation of the image, so often mistaken for computer generated images. She draws from such distant sources as Spanish expressionism (with its dark humor), anti-discursive games of Duchamp (with their foolishness), and [...]
Performance artist Yuda Braun is unconventional. Initially influenced by his art studies at Dvir and rebuilding the Third Temple in Jerusalem, Braun branched out and made a difference by challenging the perception of the people around him. Yuda Braun – Fed Up Installation The installation consists of 70 plaster cast faces, nurtured by glass Coca [...]
Artist DFROST hails from Houston, Texas, 3rd ward (the Trey), and now lives in San Antonio. We had the opportunity to interview him and find out more about him and what influences his artwork. He gains his inspiration from people he knows and tells us he never illustrates the same thing twice. Feel the Pain [...]