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#TheArtInfluencer – Episode Three: Richard Springwater of Hideout OTG

Dwell on Design LA, curated by the editors of Dwell magazine, is America’s Largest Design Event. Attended by over 30,000 people, this 3-day modern home show exhibits cutting-edge modern products from design industry leaders, and interacts with thousands of experts in the field of design and beyond. In episode three,…

#TheArtInfluencer – Episode One: Jordan Weber

The art world is changing. Art has always been a driving force in community enrichment, creating social awareness and enhancing the juxtaposition of our society and the artists canvas. Today, the art works have grown in scale and complexity to intrigue new audiences and revive the collective appreciation of art…

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There is only so many times in life that you get to work with your favorite brand. And when those times come you have to really put it all on the line. That is a statement I thought about when I first read about the Google Art Project and the…

Google #StreetArtProject event at The Container Yard
The Google Street Art Project began in June of 2014 to loads of excitement. Publishing thousands of street art images and collectively organizing them in a database, Google is attempting to document this renaissance and make it wholly accessible across multiple platforms. The Container Yard, a hotbed for street... Read more
#TheArtistProfile – Gillean Clark
We got the chance to catch up with artist Gillean Clark from New York City at one of our favorite galleries in Los Angeles, Lab Art. Iskander, Lab Art’s Owner, was kind enough to introduce us to Gillean as we were a big fan of his style. Gillean took... Read more
It’s always cool when you meet an artist and they invite you to their studio. I think that’s a key part of the process that the collectors and galleries don’t usually appreciate because they rarely get to see. Narine Isajanyan invited me in to her space to see some... Read more
There is something really special about Papillion Art. Tucked away on a block that’s hidden in Leimert Park is this “paradise” in a neighborhood that usually doesn’t get those accolades. It’s only fitting that they would host an exhibit by an artist who work helps to emphasize that feeling.... Read more
The Best and Brightest of the 2015 Los Angeles Art Show
The 2015 LA Art Show was, to say the least, overwhelming. There was so much to take in that I actually needed four of the five event days just to make sure I seen everything in the show. And of course, I didn’t. I did however see some of... Read more
AngelOnce Mural at Blick on Beverly [Los Angeles, CA]
Last week to start off the new year, AngelOnce and Blick Art Materials collaborated the give their parking lot an “Elephant Update”. Blick Art Materials and it’s Beverly Ave location is like Fort Knox for artists and their materials. At any given hour you can see some of LA’s... Read more
I’m sure my fellow writers, bloggers and photo-journalists have this problem. You know, that one problem? The problem when you see something so F%$#@& DOPE you don’t have the words to describe it? Yeah, that feeling. I have had this article in draft mode with just pictures for a... Read more
View ArtAboveReality Collection on Google Open Gallery and Google Chromecast
There is only so many times in life that you get to work with your favorite brand. And when those times come you have to really put it all on the line. That is a statement I thought about when I first read about the Google Art Project and... Read more
#TheArtistProfile – King Saladeen
The Artist Profile: King Saladeen (Raheem Johnson). ArtAboveReality’s new online series of artist sit-downs titled “The Artist Profile” allows viewers to have a relaxed look at the living artist in their environment. Questions, jokes and in-formalities make up this artistic viewing experience. Read more
It was my typical artsy sunday. For months I made it a tradition to hit a new gallery and check out already established artists or the up and coming ones that will eventually take over the whole freaking thing. This past sunday, I encountered both in Danny Minnick. Let... Read more