A talk with Australian born Photographer Kate Seabrook about transit, typography, and the aesthetics of train stations.
Ai WeiWei’s largest show to date is currently on display in Berlin.
The epic Hecho en Oaxaca exhibit brought work from twelve street artists from around the world to Oaxaca.
Oaxacan artist Alejandro Santiago, known for his massive 2501 Migrants project, passed away in July. Here’s some of his work.
The work of two Oaxacan photographers explores creative memory and shamanic practice, at the Centro Fotográfico Manuel Álvarez Bravo.
Golden West Signs in Berkeley keeps a vanishing craft alive.
Big letters, the undead, skulls, and street signs: Polk Gulch graffiti.
Levi Pata’s solo debut at Kokoro Studio in San Francisco displays worldly inspiration along with elemental flow.
Tyler Bewley paints landscapes mostly: colorful and whimsical dystopias depicting industrial excess, collapse, and reinvention.
Watz’s work, like other contemporary computer-generated art, can be both harshly geometric and strangely organic. This result comes from working with a language that’s similar, in some ways, to nature itself.