Category Archives: Art

Kate MacDowell

I’ve seen a lot of environmentally conscious graphic design, and graphic design advocating for organic, sustainable and all around ethical practices, but never art. Even so, I would’ve never expected art for the environment to be this beautiful and eerily peculiar. From her artist statement: “These pieces are in part responses to environmental stressors including […]

Henry Gunderson

Collage-like surreal paintings by San Francisco-based artist Henry Gunderson. A very S/S 2010 color palette 🙂

I saw the sign

God, The Universe, or The MTA sent me a sign… I have to admit, it worked. Just reading the word “optimism” made me feel better already. It’s NOT cool to have your Blackberry and iPod stolen by three teenage bitches on the week of your birthday, and then have your thesis presentation moved up 6 […]

El Terrible

A few months ago I was contacted by Rodrigo Fernandez, an artist from Guatemala City, who asked if I would like to participate in a new Fanzine he was launching together with three other artists over at Proyectos UltraVioleta. I agreed (duh!) and submitted the two collage pieces you see above. We really need channels […]

Cutters: An Exhibition

As I’ve mentioned before in the past, collage is possibly… alright, it is my favorite medium. EVER. So I’m very excited to go see this show dedicated solely the art form, displaying the work of some of the best collage artists worldwide (like Julien Pacaud, yay!). If you’re in New York, don’t miss it! Cutters: […]

The 50 States Project

Catching up on several blogs I hadn’t seen since my summer-long internet hiatus, I came across “The 50 States Project” on It’s Nice That. Stuart Pilkington invited one photographer from each State of the US to represent both their style and their State through a year-long project that includes several assignments (people, landscape, industry, habitat, […]

Today’s FFFFIND!

Lou Beach Superstudio These are really special. Photomontage and collage are possibly my favorite mediums. I love the surreal qualities of their outcomes.

A movie about rock posters!?

Hell yes! Would be a good companion piece to this book. Died Young Stayed Via Design Observer.

Portrait Of The Poet As A Young Man

more about "Portrait Of The Poet As A Young Man", posted with vodpod “Self-portrait” by Xavier “El Poeta”, SCAD Alumni!

Talento Nacional

So now that I’ve been spending some time in Panama, and I’ve rekindled my love and hope for the creative future of this wonderful land, I would like to show off some of my peeps’ work! Marlene Franco is a Panamanian SCAD Alumni like me (Go Bees!), currently based in San Francisco, California. She not […]