Miyako Bellizzi is a force to be reckoned with. She dips into it all: Styling major artists, executing breathtaking fashion campaigns, designing sick jewelry, and recently, diving head-first into Costume Design.
"From opposite ends of the East Coast, two guys moved to New York City in pursuit of a vision. They dreamed of tagged-up picket fences and dollar store jewelry as reconciled contradictions. Channeling memories of sunrise sessions and parking lot beers — of scraped elbows, loud music, and damn good times — Idle New York is clothing for your best years."
In less than a year, Boston-based artist Sam Fish created a temporary gallery concept and arts collective that moved from a vacant room in Somerville, Massachusetts into a three-floor storefront in the heart of downtown Boston.
Skateboarding has not only become King's therapy, exposing her to a close-knit community of women skaters, but also serves as a catalyst for her creativity and ultimately has put her in a place where she feels like she can be her authentic self.
In Venice Beach, California, the all-women skate crew GRLSWIRL takes its cues from the smooth, graceful style of the 1970’s to create an atmosphere for women to take up the sport without judgment or inhibitions.
Greene investigates dense subjects in her beautifully airbrushed and hand-painted pieces that most often depict braided brown hair intertwined and existing alongside lush, green plant leaves, or non symmetrical shapes covered in a layer of fur-like hair follicles.
In her brand new show, Grapejuice, Patricia Renee' Thomas is fascinated by the preparations of being a “presentable” black woman, and how doing hair is a universal experience of black female performance.
Photographer and multidisciplinary artist, Felix Quintana, captures the Angeleno spirit with genuine honesty in his series of cyanotype prints entitled 'Los Angeles Blueprints' — at the root of the series lies two of Quintana's creative practices, photography and drawing.