In a post apocalyptic land, the last few remaining inhabitants are the spirit animals of graffiti writers. In this indie film featuring scrappy graffiti artists in the shapes of a wolf, an amoeba and
Sometimes a music video + song just makes you smile, and Hamilton Leithauser + Rostam "A 1000 Times" does just that.
A traditional sign painter and a stained glass and tattoo artist come together over their love of Motörhead.
"The Giant Walls" is a project created in Massey High School, located on the northern boundary of west Auckland.
Sneak preview of KAABOO Del Mar art and music fest coming up this weekend.
Saner delves into the essence of cultural self through nahual masked renegades in this summer's exhibition at Museo de las Americas...
In conjunction with a special screening of "Wall Writers: Graffiti In Its Innocence" at the Ace Hotel in Downtown Los Angles on Thursday, June 23, 2016, at 8pm...
I think Danny loves being a desert kid, even if he didn’t at the time, because it’s all those stories that inspire who he is now and the work he makes.
Looking at photographer Michael Marcelle’s work is a like an adventure in a surrealist storybook.
Our friends at Daylight Curfew have just released a special Summer 2016 collection inspired by mid-Century art movements.... and some South Central rap lyrics.
Launched in 2016, the TAF is a Tulsa-based artist recruitment and retention program that provides artists with a $20,000 stipend and, in most cases, free housing and studio work space.
Ballen’s famous photographic work has been concerned with the interior architecture of standing structures, playing on the metaphor of the mind as a house of secrets and buried narratives.
Two phenomenally influential and distinctively stylized artists, Jeremy Fish, and Jim Houser both came to their love of art making through drawing, music, and skate culture.
Walter Yetman aka The Harsh Truth Of The Camera Eye delivers this week’s Los Angeles Scene Report featuring the work of Anice, Droys, Barf, Adge, Dax, Erup, Fobek, Rice, Touch, WAI crew and more.
The paintings and works on paper that dominate Wild West: Plains to the Pacific at San Francisco’s Legion of Honor are not a collection of cattle rustling cowboys that might frame a freeway steakho
A collection of still life work from Brooklyn-based commercial and editorial photographer Janelle Jones.
Before you visit the Mitchell-Innes & Nash gallery space for this exhibit, prepare to be disenchanted by city life as you discover the great downfalls of urban living.