Opening Thursday, October 16th at Joshua Liner Gallery in New York City, New York is artist Tiffany Bozic’s solo show, “Qualia.” The show features Tiffany’s signature and gorgeous naturalistic acrylic on maple panel paintings explore, with this show, individual experience of the world around us.
This month at Cotton Candy Machine in Brooklyn, New York is the two person show “Niji Bambini" which features work by Camilla d’Errico and Hikari Shimoda (Interviewed). Above are a selection of Camilla’s colorful, gorgeous work. The show is up until November 9th! Be sure and stop by if you’re in the area.
Autumn Life in the Russian Countryside with @edgy_frog
To see more photo’s of Yulia’s country life, follow @edgy_frog on Instagram
“Spending time in my countryside house, ‘dacha,’ is always special for me, especially in autumn. It is sad that we can not capture the smell of autumn leaves or fallen apples on the ground in photography,” says Instagrammer Yulia Tepaeva (@edgy_frog) from Vladimir, Russia. “I love the aesthetic of the north. A morning fog, swallows flying around a nest above my window, wheat in my hand. These small details help create a special mood in my photography,” Yulia says. Her love of country life is visible throughout her Instagram feed. “I run through the wind in the forest, and in every type of weather, just to capture the perfect image. My phone and its battery always give up before I do.”
[Drawings I forgot to post Part 2 (ノ＞▽＜。)ノ]
Studio Ghibli quotes for Japan Lover Me ♥
His true identity unrevealed, Zoltron is best known for his poster art, street art, and the co-creation of his two children. Zoltron currently curates the ongoing Primus Poster Series and continues to work with lots of bands, some of which include The Black Keys, Die Antwoord, Soundgarden, Devo, PJ Harvey,, Alice in Chains, The Residents, Faith No More, The Melvins and most importantly Neil Hamburger among others. These will all be on display in Zoltron’s upcoming solo show “The Poster Art of Zoltron" which opens Saturday, October 18th at The Peoples Art of Portland Gallery in Portland, Oregon. You can see more work from the show below:
Sweetie Cakes’ Sweet Lolita Room
UFO TV series 67-73
August’s Kawaii Box
So about 4 months ago I stumbled upon the cutest online service ever, Kawaii Box Subscriptions (http://www.kawaiibox.com) of course being a lover of Japan I immediately signed up. Basically what you do is pay about £10 a month which includes delivery ($18) & the lovely people at Kawaii Box compile & ship a random assortment of kawaii treats & gifts from Japan & South Korea…