Archive for October, 2010
I featured a few Emily Wells videos via a guest post from Streetwater not to long ago. Recently I was able to ask Emily some questions, all in the perspective [...]
For a period of four years Toby Burrows was fortunate to work alongside photographers such as David Bailey and Richard Avedon. His edgy style and award-winning photography have been celebrated [...]
Jeremy Messersmith – Tatooine from Eric Power on Vimeo. Eric Power created and directed this animated cut paper Star Wars music video for the song ‘Tatooine’ by Jeremy Messersmith. Just [...]
Lissy Laricchia (Lissy Elle) is most known for her series ‘Get Back In Your Book’, which is beyond amazing. I will feature a few those after the jump, but I [...]
Paris born (1947) photographer Georges Rousse‘s work, from the 1990s to today, generally appears at first glance to be photos of desolate or abandoned spaces (buildings, rooms, parking garages or [...]
David Levesque is a bus driver in Florida that makes music in his spare time and combines it with video using old Disney VHS footage. His a cappella cover of [...]
I really believe he does. No joke. Duncan is a writer, actor, and stand-up comedian who really does seem genuinely sweet, and spacey in a good way. Living in his [...]
A nice transition into fall, right? Lax. Lovely voice. Good break. Approved all around.
Angela Bacon-Kidwell’s photography is beautifully scary, almost unreal, making you feel slightly uncomfortable with each image, worried something just isn’t right when and where the image was taken. Beautifully. Scary.
Erika Iris Simmons gets good play out of cassette tapes. Since her emergence Erika has blended the concerns and methods of conceptual art with craft-making and popular culture to create [...]
Thanks to Streetwater for turning SO onto Rebecca Handler, the self described playfully surreal artist. Her work is a delight. Find out a little more about Rebecca and see some of her [...]
Portuguese-born artist Alexandre Farto’s (aka Vhils) can’t be boxed in one medium, he creates on so many different levels. Of late he’s taken to creating works purely from in situ [...]
Alejandra Villasmil is a Venezuelan artist who lives and works out of Santiago de Chile since 2007. She has a broad scope of work and uses absurd sculptural mediums, to [...]