I’ve recently moved from New England to all the way out here in Los Angeles and quickly started browsing for fun summer events, and thought I’d share one with you guys since it fits with the theme of me moving to a new area.
What’s better than a creative good-looking tatted up Irish tattoo artist who co-owns his own business? [ Continue Reading ]
The MoMA will feature the Tim Burton exhibit only through April 26. The exhibits gives full-range Tim Burton: childhood work, sketches, storyboards, paintings, some little-known projects and a ton more. Much of the art there has never been publicly displayed before and come from private collections. You can also see costumes from popular Burton movies like Edward Scissorhands and The Nightmare Before Christmas. Make sure to reserve tickets ‘cuz this gallery has limited occupancy and sells like hotcakes. [ Continue Reading ]
La Boca for those of you who don’t know. Means mouth in Italian. But this has nothing to do with that. These guys are a bunch of very popular illustrators. Maybe you heard of them already. Maybe not. I know I haven’t. They specialize in designs for film, music, fashion and a little something called curiously awesome. I think it’s what Atari would feel like if it were acid. So swallow these down. They’ll give you a pretty good buzz. Bringing you to a place where all you can see is a 1950′s sci-fi robot. Holding a big myriad-colour name. I think it reads “Retrocolour-tronic.” And you’ll see strange objects float all around you. Behind a velvet black backdrop.
Juvenile admission since it starts off so innocently, but I was spooked out by the entire premise of the following from Pixar animator Rodrigo Blaas. I just knew something was afoot from the first glance of that f***ing doll in the window, when I instinctively started thinking “Don’t do it, kid!” [ Continue Reading ]