Behind the Towel: Thomas Campbell and Gnarhunters Reminisce in the Future About the Greatest Towel Ever Made
On the occasion of their collaborative towel, tee and pin collection, Thomas Campbell and Gnarhunters have gone to the future to look back at the artist's illustrious career. In 2048, this towel willJuly 18, 2018
Broken Fingaz Crew Animates Becks' Remix of U2's "Love is Bigger Than Anything In Its Way"
One of our favorite public/street/graffiti artists, the Tel Aviv-based Broken Fingaz Crew, just created a project in a medium they haven't done before: animation. The crew got the chance to animate aJuly 18, 2018
Detroit's Count Mack Merges His Eclectic Array Of Talents In the Video For His New Song "G-String"
Vaughn Taormina, AKA Count Mack, is a young artist making illustrations, animations, producing music, rapping, and more from Detroit, MI. His latest video, for his song G String, features illustratioJuly 18, 2018
KOAK: Bodies in Muse and Motion
I’ll be honest, the whole “artist and muse” relationship is a little irksome. Wander the halls of any museum and you find countless classical portraits of women: women bathing, women dancing, women reclining—all demure and stylized, just as the artist intended. Created by men, for men. It’s these idealized depictions of female-ness that are antagonizing, making me resentful of this historical weight. San Francisco-based artist KOAK, with her MFA in comics, liberates her women.––Jessica RossJuly 16, 2018