Canal St. Martin, 2018.
East Side Gallery.
Taken at East Side Gallery. Wer will, daß die Welt so bleibt, wie sie ist, der will nicht, daß sie … Continue Reading Seen x Street Art: Berlin, Germany
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Tentacles, 2017 by Tilo Baumgärtel (b. 1972)
Hey yall! Happy Spring (although we are about to get hit with a massive snow storm, cuz NYC). If you’ve … Continue Reading Editor’s Space: Call for Artists
“Encompassing heart-wrenching melodies, ethereal vocals and soaring string arrangements, Seelie – the new album by CLANN – is a breathtakingly … Continue Reading Sounds x Interview: CLANN
I need someone to hold me, I need someone that needs me- Regards Coupables Check out his LA residency y’all. … Continue Reading Seen: Regards Coupables // Illustration
In case you’ve been wondering why we’ve been MIA, it’s because we’ve been living the Spanish life in Madrid. Slow … Continue Reading Seen: Street Art x Madrid
Sarah Orchard is a fantastic painter, and her work is definitely worth viewing // sharing. For complete works and to … Continue Reading Seen: Abstract Art x Sarah Orchard
Let everything happen to you, Beauty and terror, Just keep going No feeling is final – Rainer Maria Rilke
Captured in West Philly. If you guys seen any cool street art in your area, send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
via Resting — Henry Taylor — Biblioklept
Hey party people (said while sitting on my couch with a blanket wrapped around me, the credits of GIRLS in … Continue Reading Editor’s Space: Zine, Pin & Patch Popup Fair // NYC
Can we impeach the President and the Vice President and just kind of start over? Is that possible?
“Reach out and own yourself” photo and copy x Dina Levy.
via Swan — Hilma af Klint — Biblioklept
Carisa is the shit. Let’s just be frank. Here is our second installment of her illustrations … if you like what … Continue Reading Seen: Carisa Bledsoe // Making Money
Park Slope at 15th street and 3rd avenue // artist: Boa Mistura We can’t change the world unless we change ourselves.
Carisa Bledsoe’s work lives in a realm of social deconstruction and playful inhibition. We have some major news for you guys. … Continue Reading Seen: Carisa Bledsoe // Procreate