David Nyari Watches You (& Culturally Iconic Movies)

Artist Watch of the Week: David Nyari He’s every’s favorite artist. Not only does he create these great geometric and simplistic pieces of iconic subjects, but he has great taste as well. Look here,… Continue reading

The Charbroiled Chicken That Changed My Life

Sorry, this post isn’t about art. It was 10pm when we piled out of James’s car into a dark parking lot. We were weary-eyed and winded from a day’s worth of roller coasters… Continue reading

hi.co ; the art of human expression

hi.co ; the art of human expression I recently registered to become an online contributor for hi.co, a Japanese website that shares small snippets of writing such as poems, stories or what have… Continue reading

Fighting the Grey Lines

I haven’t posted lately, and I apologize. It’s been such a busy month and I’ve had my hands full with college, applications, and other school related business teachers claim don’t matter, but in fact… Continue reading

Little Pictures That Make Big Statements

What puts the extra in extraordinary? How does one man, with one voice, make a statement that could possibly change the world? Efficacy is the ability to produce an intended result. A common… Continue reading

The Blood of Ivory

Ivory. The sound of it is so royal and prestigious, yet dark and terrifying. I think of ivory piano keys being beautifully played in a concert hall for an audience of well-respected men… Continue reading

Artvertisement

I wonder when art became so important in advertising? I’m sure Andy Warhol’s famous Campbell Soup Can painting can lend some insight into today’s society of advert art. It’s not only important for a… Continue reading

Made with Love

What do you think when you think of love on Valentine’s Day? When I think of love, I think of quilts made by grandmothers. I think quilts resemble love in every way: how… Continue reading

How to Break the Chains We Live In

With chainsaws, of course! I’ve been waiting to showcase Kelly Reemtsen’s artwork. These oil paintings of women and their garden tools exemplifies a new kind of cult of domesticity, one that is ever… Continue reading

Science + Art = The Lightning Field

By Walter de Maria, NM

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