Archive for the ‘Art’ Category

ON MY MJ #THROWBACKTHURSDAY

This week’s #THROWBACK is one of our favorite track’s off David Sabsastian’s mixtape Napoleon Complex called “On My MJ,” appropriately set to some of Michael Jordan’s most acrobatic moments.

HellBent on Creating

Hellbent aka Justin Mikal Davis was born down south in REM country and lifted his name from Richard Hell. Believe it or not at my age I’ve actually seen Richard Hell at CBGB’s, so Justin intrigued me and I wondered why he picked hell for a moniker. Like I’ve stated before…art and music go hand […]

Backward Amnesia: Lora Zombie Brightens Brooklyn

When I stepped into the space for this one night only pop-up event the music was pumping like an after hours club.  I’ve always expressed that music and art go hand in hand and this event was a perfect example of why.  With the sounds of Lyki Lee and Russian house and pop music Ms. Zombie […]

Sand One: THE ANTI INTERVIEW

Move over fellas, there’s a new female artist who’s making a name for herself in the art world by turning her natural talents into a career. This young ambitious entrepreneur goes by the name Sand One. You probably seen her colorful vibrant huge murals on Fairfax Blvd in LA, Atlanta, Miami, Mexico City, Puerto Rico […]

BANKSY – BETTER OUT THAN IN (THE MOVIE)

The most well-known street artist of our generation uploaded a YouTube video titled Better Out Than In: The Movie yesterday. Whether this will actually come in a full-form documentary is yet to be seen, but this recap of his NYC residency is pretty promising. Stay tuned.

The Photo Man

Anyone who has visited the Melrose Trading Post on a Sunday in Los Angeles has probably seen Mark Kologi at work. To date, “The Photo Man” has sold over 3 million photographs at Fairfax High. We’ll be interviewing Mark in the upcoming weeks, but for now we wanted to introduce you to our newest member.

Juxtapoz 20th Anniversary @ Jonathan LeVine Gallery

I started following and collecting street art waaaay back in 1983, discovering the St.Marks, Area, Danceteria, Pyramid, Mudd Cub and CBGB’s scenes as I went. I was following and buying the likes of Haring, Scharf, Ivan Jenson but never during that time period was there a art magazine that would recognize (let alone champion) such […]

Nick Walker: Inside the Mind of The Vandal

Nick Walker is one of the worlds best known graffiti artists. Born in 1969, he emerged from the infamous and ground-breaking Bristol graffiti scene of the early 80′s that has spawned Banksy, Ben Eine, Robert Del Naja (3D), Sickboy and more over the years. As a forerunner of the British graffiti phenomenon, Nick’s work has […]

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Lost Warhol Digital Works Found on Floppy Disks

A computer club at Carnegie Mellon University has found 28 digital images created by Andy Warhol for Amiga Computers in 1985 and stored on floppy disks. Warhol was reportedly one of the artists hired to demonstrate the graphic capabilities of the Amiga 1000 personal computer. According to Creative Review, some pieces are clearly signature Warhol […]