We recently spent some time with Gabriel Luis Perez for an upcoming video piece, where he talks about how, as an abstract artist, it is hard to recognize when a piece is truly done.
Luke Pelletier was known on campus as the artist to watch out for. In 2013, Luke and I met during the spring semester of our sophomore year at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Based on my first few impressions, he seemed somewhat of a mystery to me; however, his dedication and commitment to…
High Creatives and Psychedelia Entertainment present Santoros’ new video for the single “Girl,” which follows the story of a woman who is seduced by a leather-clad temptress, and inevitably drowned by her envious and mistrustful husband.
Los Angeles-based street photographer Valerie J. Bower takes us inside the proud Los Angeles communities and lowrider subculture that she has been documenting in this new video for Amadeus.
These Days presents “Familiar Differences: A Group Photography Exhibition” curated by Innocnts focusing on contemporary portraiture by LA-based photographers.
Chronic doodler, artist, and owner of Summer Por Vida, Melissa Enríquez, busts out the pens and markers for an illustrated interview.
One of our favorite Seattle bands, Acid Tongue recently finished a short East Coast tour with Brooklyn band, Plastic Picnic and got a ton of great 35mm film photos, courtesy of their photographer friend, Bronson Snelling.