Colorful new mural by Chris Brown spotted in Hollywood, (off the corner of Beverly & Sweetzer.)
Korean surrealist artist Jung Yeon Min’s works are visually stunning, and made us curious to dig into what kind of psyche it takes to produce such artistic beauty. In our research we discovered a view into the infinite imagined world that exists outside the boundaries of our cranium. In the imaginary spaces depicted in her works, the extraordinary and the realistic merge, the micro and the macro coexist, and rules of physical space and time are manipulated.
Joseph Barbaccia’s Integration Series presents integrated objects representing different subjects such as obesity, sex, marriage and blame to name a few. Joseph takes 2 different objects with singular meanings and conjoins them changing their context to create new meaning of a statement. Besides Joseph’s Polystyrene sculptures he is also a master print maker.
Artist Kurtis Rykovich has always had a fascination with fashion, history, and beauty. It is not till he left his small town to attend a university where he started to pull these elements together.
Although we have featured other hyper realistic sculptures of human forms, the works of Sam Jinks may take the cake as the most amazingly and eerily lifelike. At any moment, the creations appear as if they are about to move right in front of your face. In other words, Jinks’ attention to detail is without parallel.
BORN IN LA IN 1978 TO AN ARCHITECT AND HOMEMAKER, NATHAN SHOWED AN EARLY INTEREST IN MANY OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES.
To promote his new movie, “This Is the End” in which he plays fictionalized version of himself, James Franco painted a mural that includes a painted James Franco, Seth Rogen, Jay Baruchel, Danny McBride and Craig Robinson. Working in collaboration with Anna Kooris and Jose Colocho, the actor contributed to the This Is the End hype with two murals painted in Los Angeles and Brooklyn. Specifically, at Melrose and Fairfax in LA then Bedford and Grand in NY.
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