amadeusmag

Cecilia Romero Decorates Yummy.com With New Bodacious Mural

Cecilia Romero think it’s totally inspiring looking at a blank wall. The bigger the better in fact. So when she had the opportunity to painter a humungous wall in Silverlake at a local grocery store called Yummy.com, she made it her mission to splash her colorful and bubbly styled paintings across the immense public canvas.

David Buckley Borden’s Wild West Art Installation at BDGA

Our good friend and wildly talented creative person, David Buckley Borden opened his new art show Wild West at BDGA store in Boston a little over a week ago. The show is a multi-disciplinary art and design installation orchestrated by Borden that focuses on America’s conflicted relationship with its landscape and natural resources.

Video Preview | Trifecta: Year One Pop Up Arts Event

Trifecta Editions’ inaugural arts and culture event, Trifecta: Year One, which will begin today at Boston’s Fourth Wall Project and run through Sunday is a four-day event, created to celebrate the creative community that Trifecta has tapped into over its first year in business, and is intensely programmed with a group exhibition, live painting and drawing, artist talks, presentations and panels, skillshare sessions, live music performances, exclusive print releases and a Trifecta Editions pop-up shop.

Disco Naps Vol. 2: Boston’s Chinatown x Providence

In accordance with our Latin predecessors and their lyrical tongues, Amadeus means to love god: amare, “to love” and deus, “god.” With Falco’s jam on repeat in our minds, we nod our heads to life and the amazing creativity that it unleashes upon us.

Nathalia Pizarro: Painting with attack and intent

It's late at night. Nathalia Pizarro is in her house in Los Angeles, which also doubles for Manimal Records' central office, probably gulping a cup of coffee in between cigarettes and short periods of silence that take place between the Brazilian psych song that she has playing on repeat. Pizarro works fast, leaving no time to judge the wild, yet cohesive abstract paintings she cranks out.

Santoros Find Their Way With Ancestros

Santoros would be at home in the underground psychedelic movement of the 60s. They’ve patented a new type of hypnosis in their rehashing of grooved-out lo-fi tunes on their 8-song EP, Ancestros.