Lorien Stern is offering folks a chance to own some of her signature sharks until July 16th, 2018 at 11:59PST. We featured Lorien back in September, and she has been churning out some awesome new work, including a solo show at Hashimoto Contemporary in February. Gettem here, while you can!
Mimi S. filled paintings are revealing dynamic stories which are told in many little details sarcastically poking the cliches of the female psyche sexuality and beauty by showing her ‘unpredictable women with an attitude’ bluring the lines between good and evil ambivalent in sane and insane while pushing to the edge of total hysteria.
Ana Godis is an illustrator based in Odessa, Ukraine who creates lovely dreamlike illustrations that blend the line between fantasy and real life.
The photobook has historically been underrated and misunderstood, and only in the past 20 years has it started to be taken seriously as a medium. But, they can also be incredibly hard to find, most people live hundreds of miles from the closest photobook store. Although the internet has made it possible to get books from all over the world, it doesn’t help you to discover something that you were not looking for
Garis & Hahn Gallery in Los Angeles is opening a solo show of photographs by Melbourne-based photographer Kate Ballis. The show, titled Hypercolour Fantasy: Infra Realism, is Ballis’ US debut, inspired by a groundbreaking infrared documentary series by Irish photographer Richard Mosse.
Sam McKenzie is an illustrator based in Brisbane, Australia whose comic-derived illustrations simply drip with pulpy goodness. This is definitely what we are digging at the moment.
Enjoying the powerful and painterly work of South Korean artist KIM KIM KIM today.
“UCIT Vietnam – The Adventures of Optimstuey” is a 15-minute alternative-lifestyle / graffiti mini-documentary depicting the exploits of two Bay Area graffiti artists traveling abroad.
Created while working in remote areas along the Western slope of Colorado between 2012 and 2015, Kristine Potter builds on her previous investigations of masculinity and the American Soldier, here fixing her gaze on a parallel archetype, the American Cowboy.
POW! WOW! holds its annual festival in the neighborhood of Kaka’ako for the eight consecutive year.