The Utah Arts Festival took place a few weekends ago, & as usual it was pretty fetchin’ rad. In the coming week there will be a few posts on some of the favorites from the fest. To kick it off we have some newer work from Issac Hastings (having been featured a couple times on CapturingCapacity, you’ll find links to his other features below the gallery). Issac had a booth near the ‘street-art’ scene of the Library lawn, and was […]
To say Daft Punk is legendary is an understatement. Having influenced and altered the musical landscape with their debut album ‘Homework’ all the way back in 1997, Daft Punk have become global cultural icons. To get on the Daft Punk frequency, tune yourself in to this classic monster of a track “Around the World” by clickin’ play below. This month (until the 24th of June), there is a fantastic group show focused on, and inspired by the musical powerhouse that […]
To say Brian Luong is an adept print-maker would be a understatement. His hyper detailed silk-screen prints will create a draft in that ol’ mind of yurz :} . Just found out Brian has a brother by the name of Kevin – you’ll certainly be seeing another post centered on his work in the near future. Until then Stay Brassy.
Last month at the Corey Helford Gallery in L.A., the POP-EYEconic group show took place. Focusing on the theme on tweaking Pop art Icons, the artists involved came up with some very comical submissions. Emo Boba Fett drinking a Bubble tea?! KLEVA. via Juxtapoz. Here is the Line up of artists: POP-EYECONIC GROUP SHOW Chris Anthony, Carlos Ramos, Ron English, Shag (Josh Agle), Korin Faught, Natalia Fabia, KINSEY , Lola , Luke Chueh, Sarah Folkman, Joey Remmers, Paul Frank, David […]
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Sam Chiver‘s work is something astounding. Psychedelic & geometric, there are portals in Chivers work to take your mind to alternate planes. Be sure to check out Sam’s website, blog, and shop (very reasonable and affordable prints there!!). VISUAL PORTALS
Here’s a randow medley of fun images that have accumulated on the desktop over the past couple months – hope they make ya smirk!
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There is a certain Zen-like quality to Steve Clark‘s creations. Toying around with watered down inks and allowing the runny pigments in suspension to interact with other elements on the page such as singed areas; Clark fabricates visuals that look elementary, but possess a complexity and aesthetic that is ethereal and casually magical .
Ohara Koson was a master print maker who lived in the Tokyo area in late 1800’s – 1945. Along with a few other masters of the field, Ohara played a large role in resurrecting the Shin-hanga print style from the 17th century. EXQUISITE CRAFTSMANSHIP.
Juxtapoz recently had a few great features on Psychedelic posters of the 60’s and 70’s – here is a sampling from the best of the the “Big 5” (Stanley Mouse, Alton Kelley, Victor Moscoso, Wes Wilson, & Rick Griffin) from the hub of it all: San Francisco. FAR OUT