A look inside "Happy Hour" by Greg Lamarche/SP.ONE

Graffiti // Saturday, July 05, 2014
The last zine Greg Lamarche aka SP.ONE made was in the early ‘90s and we doubt it was as carefully crafted as Happy Hour published by Trifecta Editions. Presented in a slick handcrafted package, this zine features a two-color cover and 14 pages silkscreened by hand. 

Joanna Piotrowska : 
FROWST

Photography // Saturday, July 05, 2014
The odd quirks and mannerisms of our families are what we tend to love the most, yet for the most part it is a stylised image of neutral order and content conformity that we choose to portray in our family portraits. Where smiles and scenes of happiness or celebration are the standard subjects of family albums. 

Firework Portraits from Steve Fraschini

Illustration // Friday, July 04, 2014
Just in time to celebrate Independence Day, Steve Fraschini's 'Fractale Reminiscence' present a 2nd spectral digital art series beyond your wildest dreams and imagination, made with a WebGL process and synthesized pictures...

Tatum Shaw's "Wonderland"

Photography // Friday, July 04, 2014
Tatum Shaw is a photographer and advertising copywriter currently living and working in Portland, OR. Tatum’s photographic practice is one filled with images that have an idiosyncratic sentiment of a family snapshot. A bright flash, skewed perspectives or blurred focuses are all integral parts that work to give cohesiveness to his photographs. 

Berlin Wonderland: Wild Years Revisited, 1990-1996

Photography // Friday, July 04, 2014
It seems near impossible that the images in Berlin Wonderland could have been captured just twenty years ago. When the Berlin Wall fell in 1989/90, uninhibited creativity took hold of the city. 

Patriotic Ken Burns tribute by Veks

Graffiti // Friday, July 04, 2014
We hope your 4th of July is spent lighting plenty of fireworks, hanging out with friends and of course painting whole cars. Veks got exceptionally patriotic in this tribute piece to the award-winning filmmaker, Ken Burns.

Carol Golemboski’s “Psychometry”

Photography // Friday, July 04, 2014
Made up of dark and mysterious still lifes, Carol Golemboski’s photographic series “Psychometry” uses the objects she depicts to stand in as metaphors for the emotions and psychological states experienced by the human mind. 

"Corrective Course" @ Marcas Contemporary Art, Santa Ana

Juxtapoz // Thursday, July 03, 2014
 “Corrective Course,” the inaugural exhibit, will feature the works of 40 contemporary artists many of whom have never shown in Orange County, and one, Peruvian muralist JADE, who is showing for the first time in the United States. The show, in keeping with the vision of the gallery, will concentrate on a diverse selection of techniques and stylizations. “Corrective Course” will present an amazing cross section of trending themes in contemporary art...

Parra x Case Studyo "Cold"

Juxtapoz // Thursday, July 03, 2014
Case Studyo just announced it’s latest collaboration with Dutch Artist Parra (March, 2008). With his new sculpture ‘Cold’, Parra once again translates his unique curved post-pop imagery into a beautiful porcelain sculpture. This surreal & hybrid character of a female birdlike creature with hands around the legs looking for warmth.

Capturing Storms with Mitch Dobrowner

Photography // Thursday, July 03, 2014
Mitch Dobrowner creates photographs of immeasurable storms in the American Midwest and Southwest. Between 2005 and 2014, Dobrowner traveled to the plains rendering stormscapes in various states, some of which are home to notoriously destructive tornados. 

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