Portraits of the Artists (“Portraits”) gives shape to the human stories of contemporary artists working across several genres including (but not limited to) street artists, photographers, singers, other bloggers, writers and artists working in and with multiple mediums. With the advent of social media and shifts in popular culture, modern artists have a broader and more immediate platform… Read More Portraits of the Artists
I was lucky enough to see a master at work at last night’s DTLA Art Walk. The not-so-usual cast of characters was also there – in all of their amazing, colorful glory. But the star of the show was Robert Vargas, LA local and street artist extraordinaire. I’m even more in awe of his talent… Read More DTLA Art Walk
So, if you love books, live in LA AND HAVE NOT BEEN HERE YET, that’s problematic. From the seemingly 60s and 70s throwback staff to its architecture to the antiquated bag check as you pass over its threshold, The Last Bookstore is something you’ll think was built on sacred land where time stood still. The floor… Read More The Last Bookstore
The Broad has had both positive and negative media coverage. I say: ignore it all and make your own assessment. I can’t imagine any art lover would be disappointed with the collection(s) curated for the Broad’s opening. In addition to the art, the architecture – internally and externally – give The Broad life in a… Read More The Broad
The companion to my Miami post… LA street art (I know my definition may deviate from others’). Again, all pictures are my own unless otherwise noted. Art is not.
I love finding street art wherever I go, most notably in Miami and LA. Most of the pictures below were taken in/around Wynwood and the Design District as well as Downtown Miami over the last two years. Unless otherwise noted, all pics are my own. Art is not.