Gruesome yet seductive women permeate Los Angeles-based artist Kristen Liu-Wong's fluoro-colored paintings and illustrations. We spend some time in the studio with Kristen, where she shows us some of her favorite pieces and fills us in on the allure of making lewd yet lustful images.
Just off a recent collaboration with Rihanna, Los Angeles-based artist and illustrator Bijou Karman gives us an inside look at her studio and discusses how fashion and a range of strong and unique women inspire her work.
Over the course of the last 20 years, he's shot countless rolls of film depicting friends and strangers embracing this ubiquitous expression of individuality, and has now put together a new book with Deadbeat Club called Hairdos of Defiance.
Famed skate spot, JKwon Plaza, a grimy homeless encampment inhabiting an underpass of an LA freeway, the comfortable confines of a family gathering at grandma's house, and portraits of high school students all take form in Michael Alvarez's new body of work, We're Out Here.
Eunice Kwon, a budding painter, had the unique opportunity to interview some of the resettled North Korean women and interpret their stories into her latest clothing-themed project, ‘Painting the Identities of North Korean Refugees.’
Yoni Wolf takes his online podcast "Wandering Wolf," off the internet stream and onto the television screen allowing for an in-depth discovery of what is happening at the core of our culture’s creative social scene.
With photos of everything from desolate yet beautifully colored landscapes and people hanging by their fingertips on gorgeous cliffsides, to unbelievable images of water and movement, 52 Weeks of Nature will make you want to quit your jobs and book a one-way ticket to someplace far off the beaten path
We had a chance to talk with Alexis Sablone in the days leading up to her solo show at Extension Gallery in Boston, where she's showing a range of animations, illustrations, and her new board designs for WKND.
Night two of Girlschool was the stuff of legend. Shirley Manson welcomed Fiona Apple to the stage to sing "You Don't Own Me" in a hand-drawn "Kneel, Portnow" shirt, backed by the all-women-identified Girlschool Choir and ensemble.
The underground music festival circuit is always fun no matter what kind of music you like. The question we’re asking here, however, is whether any of these festivals have the power to truly launch an artist.