Paintings by Brooklyn-based artist Elizabeth Gilfilen. More images below.
Photos by Satomi Shirai.
A selection of photos from “Tzabar”, a series by Yael Eban. She is a Brooklyn-based artist who was born in Israel and raised in Indiana. More images below.
This looks terrific! “Everybody Street” is a documentary about New York City and the iconic street photographers who have captured it over the years. Heads up, there’s a couple graphic images in the trailer. Watch below!
Beautiful graphic work by New York-based designer Eric Hu. More below.
Paintings by one of my favourites, New York-based artist Erik Jones. More images below.
Paintings by Brooklyn-based artist Rebecca Bird. More below.
Photos by Bridget Collins. Brooklyn, New York.
Back in October of 2007 (before existed), I interviewed an artist named Hiroyuki Hamada. I thought it might be fun to re-post the interview as it has since been removed from the internet. Enjoy. +++ Hamada vs Hamada: I randomly came across Hiroyuki Hamada’s work, following a link from . We share the same name but in terms of immediate family we are completely unrelated. After seeing his amazing work I thought it would be fun to contact Hiroyuki and see if he would allow me to interview him, I mean how could he say no to family? Hello Hiroyuki! It’s a rainy day today, also known as a regular day, here in Vancouver. I live in a cul-de-sac and my neighbor has a couple of identical orange cats that usually climb around on the box hedge outside of my window (and sometimes stick their heads in my window when it’s open). But with all the rain today, I’m sure they’re indoors enjoying a cup of tea. I am listening to Madlib’s Shades of Blue while I write to you. Can you describe where exactly you are? Hi, Jeff, I’m in a town called East Hampton at the…
Open House is a New York-based jewelry project by my friend Monika Wyndham. She’s been making these great YES Rings and asked if she could give one away to you guys. She says, “It’s one of my favorite things I’ve ever made, because of the actual positivity it stirs up in people by just seeing the word.” I love that. So if you wanna snag a ring (it will be sized for the winner) all ya gotta do is leave a comment below and let me know in what ways you’re a YES person! I’ll let Monika pick a winner on Monday.
Mixed media drawings by Joseph Hart. New York City.
Photos by Jeremy Liebman. Brooklyn.
I like this simple series of illuminated text by Brooklyn-based Victoria Siemer. More images below.
“Subway Makeup” is an on-going project by Brooklyn-based artist Lydia Cambron in which she recreates defaced subways posters using her own face and various cosmetics. More images from her series below.
, drawings by Rachel Levit. Brooklyn, New York.