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Sign Painting Demo: Best Dressed Signs x Lot F

Who knew that a large amount of public schools no longer teach students how to write in cursive? Best Dressed Signs and Lot F gallery teach us about the importance of preserving script handwriting and give a demonstration on basic sign painting.
Mellon Head Cowboy & Friends

Hero Cowboys: Keith Maclelland’s Contemporary Idols

Keith Maclelland’s work has always been largely steeped in exploring the imagined notions behind the singing cowboys of the 1950’s – the Gene Autry and John Wayne types – who, with their fancily embroidered collard-shirts and leather chaps, could seemingly solve small-town problems from behind their wailing guitars.

In the Studio | Devin Kelly

Amadeus will be starting a new series of videos that take you behind the scenes of our in-depth interviews and into the studios and work spaces of the hard-working and inspirational creatives that grace the pages of our website and print issues.

Artist Interview: Llew Mejia

Llew Mejia is an artist, illustrator, and maker. If you don’t recognize him by name, you might by his perfectly quirky and folklorish illustrations that we can't get enough of, or by his meticulously intricate designs that decorate the pairs of swim trunks for sale at your local Target store.

“Get Lost” with L.A. Witch

The amount of psych/garage rock bands that currently inhabit Los Angeles, and Southern California in general, is vast. Hordes of bands playing all-too-familiar, reverb-drenched tunes can be heard at a number of clubs and venues throughout the city on any given day, which makes attracting the ears of jaded listeners quite a tough feat.