Pablo Aravena is a Montreal based artist. In addition being a street art curator, he is also interested in exploring the multiple dimensions of urban culture through fiction and documentary filmmaking. In 1997, he graduated from Concordia University’s Film Production Program. He has held various positions as a freelancer in the film and television industry … Continue reading Pablo Aravena’s Favorite Things
Last Rites Gallery in New York City is a unique haunt thats part art gallery, part tattoo dungen/shop, part goth lounge. The work that is most often shown here are pieces of contemporary figurative surrealism, typically exploring themes of human existence and the unknown in unconventinal ways. Last Rites’ annual group show 13th Hour is a … Continue reading 13th Hour at Last Rites NYC
Nicaragua born, Carlos Franco-Ruiz takes seeming ignored intersections and scenery and paints them into vivid landscapes to bring to light the beauty in what others may overlook in their everyday. His images become a moment of extraction and addition, created through the layering of varnish as the painting progresses. His works explore to challenge conceived notion … Continue reading Paintings of Carlos Franco-Ruiz
Kazuki Takamatsu Danijela Khra, editor and chief of art publication Beautiful Bizarre magazine, teams up with Leon Krasenstein, owner of the Friends of Leon Gallery in Sydney, Australia, to create a group show of internationally renown portraiture artists entitled “‘Les Petit Fours“. Inspired by the decadence of Parisian bakeries, the 26 artists were invited to create … Continue reading Les Petit Fours @ Friends of Leon Gallery
Robin Eley’s hyper realistic paintings are anything but quiet. Figures on large canvases, draped in cellophane, surrounded by bold geometric shapes, he makes a point to grab your attention. Eley explores the idea of our lives in the modern world through his oil paintings. This idea of wanting to be apart of a community while keeping … Continue reading Reconnect with Robin Eley’s Hyperrealistic Paintings
French artist Lokhaan‘s interpretation of John Carpender’s ‘The Fog’ Our friends over at Yay! LA culture mag kick off the Halloween season with their annual “Yay! Horror Movie A Day!” sketch project. For the last two years Horror Movie A Day was a project created by illustrator Michael Ramstead who watched a horror movie everyday in … Continue reading Yay! LA Presents: Yay! Horror Movie A Day!