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PALATE: Presented By Scion!

Because Americans aren’t obsessed enough with food already, Scion has an upcoming show (May 22nd through June 12th) curated by Zio Fulcher. It will be taking place in Culver City, with free valet parking (fancy!) and an open bar (fancier!)… with art from Clare Crespo, Jeph Gurecka, Scott Hove, Tamara Kostianovsky, Alan Macdonald, James Reynolds,...Read...
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Tadashi Moriyama’s Organic Cities

Tadashi Moriyama’s cityscapes are woven with tendrils of organic patterning, and his subjects are equal parts human biology and urban planning schematic. Moriyama’s blending of interior and exterior space creates an intense sense of movement in his pieces, and the eye is constantly shifting as his fluid linework directs the eye to every corner of...Read...
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Elsa Mora’s Layered Papercuts

All papercuts require an obsessive attention to detail, but Elsa Mora’s beautiful pieces are almost three dimensional in their intricacy. Mora manages to create texture and depth in a difficult medium, and the end results are nothing short of stunning.
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Simona Cordero Captures Quirky Innocence.

Torino, Italy’s Simona Cordero paints mesmerizing watercolor settings of common childhood stories but manages to see them in a light that is neither exhausted nor exhaustive. Take for instance, Cinderella (below), which is Cinderella when one studies closely, but could simply just be a fanciful everyday situation. Or take the rabbit with hearts checkering its...Read...
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Collages By Jasmine Golestaneh.

Brooklyn collage artist Jasmine Golestaneh has some truly mystically confounding works. But she creates them all with charm; you might not know the story or the mindset behind them, but that doesn’t make them any less legitimate. I should also mention that Golestaneh was formerly in the awesome band, Sea Sick, and is now playing...Read...
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Stencil Posters?

Stencil matrices pasted up on wooden planks and carefully removed selectively = stencil posters. It’s a technique developed by street artists Sten & Lex. It’s a hard to explain unless you see it in action. So… watch this video and then check out some images! STEN LEX stencil poster from STEN on Vimeo.
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