Art Nerd City Guides: New York · Los Angeles

The Show-Stopping Glamour of StrosbergMandel’s Bejeweled Portraiture

If there was a time for a need for frivolous eye candy, it’s now. I’m looking forward to seeing these bejeweled pieces by painter Serge Strosberg and jewelry designer David Mandel […]

Joe Iurato x Red Bull Flying Bach

I’ve been friends with artist Joe Iurato for years, and have been a fan of his iconic stencil wood cuts for even longer. Painted in the palette of blacks, whites […]

The Artistic Glamor of The Dolly Sisters

Obsession of the day are the glamorous twins, The Dolly Sisters, Rosie and Jenny, who rose in vaudeville in the early 1900s and became sensations during the flapper era.  Their […]

A Rose is a Rrose

Marcel Duchamp’s alter-ego, Rrose Sélavy, began showing up in Man Ray photos around 1921. Dressed in full drag, the name is meant to be a pun on  “Eros, c’est la vie”, […]

Camilla d’Errico X COASTAL= awesomely surreal shades

We loved artist+fashion colabos, and were totally thrilled when Coastal teamed up with Camilla d’Errico for a new line of surreal shades and glasses. Designed by Derek Cardigan, the playful frames […]

Dali’s Chocolate

Sure its a commercial for chocolate but I still love it.

Un-Picasso

This is my absolute FAVORITE Picasso piece ever- Moulin de la Galette. As you can see its not very Picasso-y (which is why I love). It is an early work […]

Video: Juggling Wolf’s Creative Moves

I’ve been following loving the work coming out of the creative animation studio, Juggling Wolf ever since I accidentally stumbled into a public viewing of their ‘Night Moves’ video. The young […]

Support Mykl Wells’ Cardboard Creations for Cartasia

I had the pleasure of getting to know the work of Mykl Wells, when the Tucson-based artist consented to be featured in my book, The Art of Cardboard with his fabulous […]

The Speakeasies of New York- Where Locals and Artists Hit the Sauce During Prohibition

Old timey speakeasy style bars have become just as popular and cliché as sports bars in middle America. But real speakeasies were nothing like the quaintly luxe interiors with bow-tied […]

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