WILL Leather Goods

Posted on May 30, 2011 Under Fashion

Celebrating their 30th anniversary this year, WILL Leather Goods has been making an impact on the leather goods market in the company's hometown of Eugene, OR and elsewhere. Hailing from New York in the mid 70's, William Adler tried his…

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The Colour of Money: Los Angeles

Posted on January 11, 2011 Under Art

Guy Hepner in LA has an interesting exhibition coming up by some young photographers this Saturday. They have combined photos of different currency and laid graphics as commentary over the top.

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Jason Alper at Guy Hepner

Posted on September 21, 2010 Under Art

Guy Hepner in LA is hosting the latest Jason Alper exhibit. Looks like it will be amazing and things are going fast. It's called Proletarian Drift and the Enfranchisement of the Bourgeoisie in the 21st Century. But pictures are worth…

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Jason Alper Opening: Los Angeles

Posted on April 13, 2010 Under Art

If you're in LA next week you should swing by the Guy Hepner Gallery for this Jason Alper opening. Should be great. Alper, for the past decade, has been an influencer in the world of popular culture. Collaborating with Sacha…

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Watch Shepard Fairey @ Studio No. 2

Posted on August 10, 2009 Under Art

Since Obama is now in his second hundred days (or twentieth business week, twelfth fortnight...) and people aren't flocking to buy Hope related merchandise, you'd think that Shepard Fairey could take a nice summer vacation. But Arktip found the artist…

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The New Order: KAWS x Takashi Murakami

Posted on July 17, 2009 Under Art

It's incredible to see a blog grow into something that comes to change pop culture. The blog reports on it, but in the process, inevitably becomes a part of that pop culture as well. One of our smart classmates who's…

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Frerk and Mark C Woehr

Posted on July 1, 2009 Under Art

From beginnings in Stuttgard, Frerk and Marc C. Woehr have developed a style bringing street art into a realm of off-balance darkness. The atmosphere of their collaborative work looks like the product of the Brothers Quay reshaping an urban environment…

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Geometry of Ruins

Posted on June 22, 2009 Under Life

Inspired by modern ruins and the spirit that remains alive inside of them, Geometry of Ruins seeks to simultaneously provoke feelings of hope and its death. The multimedia show by Tyger creator Guilherme Marcondes and his artist wife Andrezza Valentin"”both…

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Poketo Cancer Benefit and Art Auction

Posted on June 3, 2009 Under Art

While we're on the subject of doing something good, let's turn our attention to Poketo's Cancer Benefit and Art Auction going on this Friday. We're always super behind their projects, but this one hits a cause that's other than for…

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Thais Beltrame: When All the Stars Are Gone

Posted on May 7, 2009 Under Art

Although her ink drawings always carry a somber vibe about them, Thais Beltrame's (the only girl holding it down in the Sao Paulo artist collective Famiglia Baglione) U.S. solo debut will be anything but low key. Her new black-and-white works…

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