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Jon Burgerman’s It’s Great to Create Released on Chronicle Books

Jon Burgerman is one of the most fun and creative artists I know. His doodles always have me laughing, and he has always been great at taking them to the […]

Everett Kinstler honored at the iconic Players Club

The beautiful Players Club on Gramercy Park is New York’s oldest-lasting private club set in its original location, founded in 1847 by Edwin Booth (you may know his brother John […]

Artists sue Francesca’s For Ripping off Pin Designs

I’ve said it once, I’ll say it another hundred times; artists should know their rights. I’m consistently seeing the work of friends and acquaintances being ripped off in a myriad […]

All About African Art with Curator Atim Oton

Curator, entrepreneur, designer and editor Atim Annette Oton is adding to her many, many accomplishments by curating Amref Health Africa’s inaugural ARTBALL, kicking off next Wednesday in New York. We […]

This is Your Last Chance for Fame- Models Wanted for Massive Logan Hicks Mural

Last chance kiddies! Models wanted! On Sunday, May 22nd at noon, Logan Hicks and I will be staging a photo shoot with 100+ friends, family and strangers. The shoot will […]

INTERVIEW: Eric Helvie on One Or The Other

Eric Helvie’s iconic Cyclops was the “face” of the Roxy’s Surrealist Ball last New Year’s Eve, holding court both in the lobby and on our adorable disposable camera party favors. […]

INTERVIEW: Jared Flaming talks One Or The Other, Opening at High Line Loft

Jared Flaming

This week, the colorful work of Jared Flaming is part of a two-person exhibition, One Or the Other, curated by Natalie Kates and Anne Huntington, which opens May 17th  to […]

#ASAP- Vandalog x Amazon Street Art Project launches today

Launching today! Amazon.com’s Fine Art program may still be somewhat under the radar, but the online retailer has already shown its serious intention to enter into the e-commerce world by […]

Studio Visit: Mark John Smith

Occasionally a studio visit turns into a new best friendship, in addition to the hopeful collaboration- this is the case with the enigmatic Mark John Smith. Hailing from Cambridge, he’s […]

Studio Visit: Drew Conrad

When I stopped by artist Drew Conrad‘s studio in Brooklyn, I wasn’t sure what to expect. Previous to meeting him at a shindig at MoMA, I expected him to be…I […]

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