Claus Winkler, aka “Seak”, is a German street and graffiti artist. Over the last two decades, he has decorated the world over with his artwork, spraying, exhibiting, and collaborating all over Europe, Australia, and North and Central America. He even has a colour named after and dedicated to him – Spraycan Company Molotow’s “Seak’s Futuregreen.” [ Continue Reading ]
Vancouver-based photographer Dina Goldstein has worked for everyone from Fashion to Flair, from Canadian Business Magazine to Bell Canada. She claims to have “international flair, capturing remarkable events and unique personalities.” If you’ve ever been a young girl, you may recognize some of the unique personalities that she’s put into perspective in her project, “Fallen Princesses.” [ Continue Reading ]
Photographer Brooke Nipar grew up in sunny Cali, under rock-star parents before relocating to the concrete jungle of New York City. Desert raver turned city girl, she has an extensive and distinctive portfolio of photographs – most of which, though, left me with “what” rather than “wow,” at least until recently. More recent photos for MissBehave magazine showed off an eye for colour that was neglected in earlier work. With this extra level of eye-pop, she’s finally turning out some eye-candy. [ Continue Reading ]
As artists, I think we all struggle with the tangled web that is inspiration and creation. What already exists, what needs to be put on the table, what is a little premature, and – most importantly – what will put bread on the table. Paul Ripke‘s photographs are vibrant, simple, and, most importantly commercially viable. Does that make up for [ Continue Reading ]
Wendell Levi Teodoro is Zeduce, an edgy photographer with truckloads of pop-culture appeal. His CV is hectic, and his portfolio is thick. If it exists in the artistic world, Zeduce has probably taken photos of it. His editorial “Omega Time” features model Charly @ Chadwick as a geometry-class super hero.
French magazine Black Rainbow Extraordinaire (BKRW) released new summer lookbook for 2009, featuring SHKS fashion, about a month ago. To celebrate the release, photographer Albrecht Gerlach and Alta Media Productions released this video. Now that summer’s finally reached even the coldest darkest parts of the world, it’s time it got a few more hits… [ Continue Reading ]French magazine Black Rainbow Extraordinaire (BKRW) released',description:' French magazine Black Rainbow Extraordinaire (BKRW) released'})">
Learning to Love You More is an ongoing web-based project by artists Miranda July and Harrell Fletcher. The concept is this: The two West coast-based American artists post assignments on the Learning to Love You More webpage. Anyone can accept these assignments, and, once completed, submit the artwork which is the end result to the online site. The site is currently maintained by Yuri Ono, a designer for Odopod. The collection is [ Continue Reading ]
Aki Kamozawa and H. Alexander Talbot are the chefs and owners of Ideas in Food. Their company, based out of the central hub of New York City, strives to provide creative cooking and presentation techniques for home and professional kitchens. The basics? Sustainable, organic, and artisanal food products, and the idea that dining shouldn’t be an obligation, but an experience. They combine basic flavors with creative and original presentation and extensive knowledge of service to create unforgettable, unique meals, time and time again. [ Continue Reading ]