Art Nerd City Guides: New York · Los Angeles

Philip Slagter – The Comeback

  As Philip Slagter (pronounced SLAY-tur) approaches age 70, the artist says he’s wary of beliefs and the way they can close your mind off from other possibilities. “A lot […]

The Plastic Religion

It’s fitting that the final show at La Luz de Jesus Gallery of 2016, over the course of the month of December – a time of religious celebration and gathering, […]

WILD LA – illustrations by Margaret Gallagher

Margaret Gallagher is an illustrator in Silverlake, CA. Having spent her childhood running wild on an Oregon farm she comes by her interest in the natural environment honestly – she […]

La Luz de Jesus’ Annual Coaster Show

Some cities have precipitation and change of temperature to mark the changing of the seasons, and while yes, this one does have seasons I notice more often marking timelines of […]

Bunnie Reiss – All Our Nature

Bunnie Reiss lives in a world of rainbows, patterns & adventure. In this world, with an intuitive heart and intelligent mind she produces technicolored otherworldly depictions we can’t help but […]

Four Woman Show at La Luz de Jesus

When I first moved to Los Angeles one of the first places introduced to me by new friends was La Luz de Jesus Gallery in Los Feliz. On entering the place was a […]

Pulp Illustration + Sculptural Assemblage of the Desert

Hey Art Nerds! You’ve only got three more days to check out the current show at La Luz De Jesus – a double show of works by Dave Lebow + […]

Lego mosaics by Andy Bauch

    Andy Bauch is a Los Angeles artist working out of his studio in DTLA… exclusively in lego. A small piece has approximately 4000 pieces while a larger work […]

Graphic Design + Printing events at A+D Museum

  Back in November we published an article about Pushing the Press – an exhibition of Typecraft’s Design Library at A+D Museum in DTLA’s Arts District. It’s a smorgasbord of printed projects over […]

Pushing the Press – a massive Graphic Design exhibition

  This is for the Design Nerds of LA : Fifteen years ago the graphic design world was a completely different place – where lead pencils and straight edges still reigned the […]

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