Keith Haring & The Political Line: Timeless Observations on Politics and Power

I was in San Francisco during the holidays and was able to experience The Political Line at the De Young Museum.  This retrospective of Keith Haring took a curatorial deep dive into the artist’s creative psyche.  The show highlights his portfolio of work that addresses race, power, sex, political conflict, the environment and technology. This is … Continue reading Keith Haring & The Political Line: Timeless Observations on Politics and Power

The Art of Storytelling: Havana and the Wrinkles of the City

Storytelling plays such an essential role in our lives because they create a level of connectedness that’s achieved through relatable or shared experiences.  Great stories provide the bridge between our imagination and reality in remarkable ways.  When I have a strong emotional response to art it is usually associated with a story that I immediately attribute to a piece. … Continue reading The Art of Storytelling: Havana and the Wrinkles of the City

DesignerCon 2013

I am forever on the lookout for new graphic artists and animators to follow, so we headed to DesigerCon at the Pasadena Convention Center on Sunday. DCON has been around for 8 years, and is a convention that fuses urban, underground, pop art with animation, vinyl collectible toys, and clothing. The result was a mass … Continue reading DesignerCon 2013

6 Kings…

I frequently fall into internet Rat Holes… Yesterday I heard about an exhibit featuring paintings by Hip Hop Ambassador Fab 5 Freddy (Fred Brathwaite).  It’s part of a group show called 3 Kings featuring Freddy, Lee Quinones and Futura 2000. Rat Hole #1 While looking up the dates for the exhibit at Subliminal Projects on … Continue reading 6 Kings…