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Black Bodies, Feminism and Representation. Is the use of the body in art the most effective way to examine social inequities and help to progress the surrounding conversation?

The body being one of if not the most sacred pieces of humanity, is also often one of the most scrutinized, abused and controlled entities of our society. It has been used to judge, influence and portray humanity, creating a classification system to which certain validations are required for participation….

#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 Two: Skid Row Super Mural Project

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…

Artists featured include Alec Monopoly, Dytch 66, Risk, Odlaw, Greg Auerbach, Clinton Bopp, Annie Preece, MONCHO 192, Teachr, Plastic Jesus, Mr. Brainwash, BournRich, Fishe, Flore, Big Sleeps, Cartwheel Art, Carlos Marques, Fraser Crowlet, Knowledge Bennett, John Westbay, Scott Marsi, Phobik, Planet Winter/Christian, Rolland Berry, Teachr1, PAY 2 PLAY, Desire... Read more
Mixed Emotions, Artist Excitement as First Ever “Street Art Fair” Promises to be Groundbreaking
“I’m so excited to be a part of a movement that will propel the growing world of street art. This is the start of a huge movement!” – Jeff Hamilton The “Street Art Fair” is set to debut its first edition of the themed event October 1st through the... Read more
#TheArtInfluencer – Episode Four: Steve Grody of Graffiti L.A.
Steve Grody been documenting L.A. graffiti since 1990. He is an author and art journalist that focuses on the history of the LA graffiti scene. For over 20 years he has seen and covered many of the changes in the way writers tell their story through paint. He decided... Read more
#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... Read more
#TheArtInfluencer – Episode Two: Skid Row Super Mural Project
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... Read more
#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... Read more
#MuralArts – AngelOnce, GobsonEBWS, and J.C. Rivera
AngelOnce. Gobson and J.C. Rivera get down in South Central for Earth Day adding some crazy characters to the neighborhood. Directed and Edited By: Badir McCleary Read more
“Channel 7” A Composition in A Major by Norm Maxwell
The exhibition entitled “Channel 7 (GBDF)” is a series of visual musical compositions where the 7th Channel denotes the G chord in the musical scale. The number seven is a mystic and spiritual number that is synonymous with creation. In this series Maxwell ponders the subject of creation, involution... Read more
The California African-American Art Museum opened up its doors to the public to see the live mural painting by some of the OG’s in African-American art for their “Flash Tag” Exhibit showing March 26 – August 2, 2015. I was invited by amazing artist Norm Maxwell to be a... Read more
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