Friday, November 19, 2010

Vintage love.

More from Gypsy Warrior.

Let go.

Behind the glass.


Art Music Tacos

Block Parties are fun. The All City Block Party will involve art, music, and tacos.
Tomorrow, Novenber 20th @ Factory Fresh.
1053 Flushing near the Morgan L.


Fight Night
72 Allen x Grand
Doors @ 9pm
(Image by Brian Viveros)

Friday, November 12, 2010


Look how far we've come.
(above image via 'The Birds' google search)

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Figs please.

A few of my dear friends --Brandon, Ethan, and Teddy-- are in the process of opening up a gourmet sandwich spot in Brooklyn: The Hungry Wolf. This is their PB&J made with extra crunchy peanut butter, ripe figs, and homemade fig marmalade on toasted brioche. I was blessed with the opportunity to be involved in their tasting...just perfect. More to come!

Magical creatures.

On Saturday my friend Jesse and I rode the train all the way to Coney Island to have our first NYC Aquarium experience. I was mystified my the shapes, symmetry, and colors of the jellyfish, as well as the personality of the seals and sea lions. Also, your ticket includes a 4D (whatever that means) Planet Earth: Shallow Waters viewing...which is AMAZING.

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Surrealism is not dead.

Mike Davis, I love you. Weird and beautiful. Dali anyone?
+Images via Booooooom!

Tiffany Bozic.

(Under My Skin, 2010/ via Joshua Liner Website)
Tiffany Bozic:
Confiding to Strangers
Opening November 11th 6-9pm

+ Looks like a great show, but i'll be at the ArtBridge Opening instead.

What moment stuck.

I love these Paintings by Joshua Bronaugh.
Memory obsessive and textural.

Thursday, November 4, 2010

Food inspired by art.

Just discovered this amazing blog: Feasting on Art, which creates recipe's based on Art History. The above image is from the recipe "Diego Rivera Shrimp Tacos." So cool.

More projects under way.

To be continued....

Charm School.

Underbelly Unseen.

This is absolutely insane. The Underbelly Project is quite possibly the largest exhibit of street art EVER 'shown', and you can't even see it. It's hidden somewhere in NYC in an abandoned subway station, where street artists from all over the world are snuck down to put up/create their work. Only the contributors and curators --who are also artists-- get to see it, which certainly goes against all normalcy of the art (see and be seen) scene. What do you think about this?
*Above Image of Jeff Soto's piece via The Huffington Post

Monday, November 1, 2010

Art Bridge

Art Bridge is an organization that turns NYC scaffolding into Art while giving emerging artists a blank canvas to work with. My friend Elizabeth is currently working as their graphic designer, so please come on Thursday November 11th from 6-8 at the London Terrance Gardens for art and refreshments. More info here.


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