WHERE THE END STARTS: Kaws Exhibit

Kaws just unveiled a new exhibit, titled WHERE THE END STARTS, at the Modern Art Museum in Ft. Worth, Texas. His name is synonymous with art in almost every form; from his early works in graffiti to his newest projects featuring massive sculptures, he has carved his lane that many have tried to mimic throughout … Continue reading WHERE THE END STARTS: Kaws Exhibit

MoMA Offers Free Online Courses on Fashion, Photography & More

The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City is now offering nine free online courses for anyone to take while much of the country is still under stay-at-home orders.   Available here, through the Coursera platform, new sessions begin every four-weeks, but you can register at any time and access previous material upon … Continue reading MoMA Offers Free Online Courses on Fashion, Photography & More

A Day at the Gallery: “Andy Warhol: ‘Campbell’s Soup Cans’ and Other Works,1953-1967″

Our latest day at the gallery was spent at the Museum of Modern Art in New York for “Andy Warhol: ‘Campbell’s Soup Cans’ and Other Works, 1953-1967.” The space welcomes attendees to Warhol’s work dating back to 1953, nearly a decade before his soup cans series. Freshly relocated from Pittsburgh, Warhol spent these years working … Continue reading A Day at the Gallery: “Andy Warhol: ‘Campbell’s Soup Cans’ and Other Works,1953-1967″

Knowledge is Power: Suggested Literature & Readings

  To emphasize and celebrate KNOWLEDGE, the first iteration in our “Power” series, here is a list highlighting several important works on race and power in America   Books: How to Be an Antiracist, Ibram X. Kendi   “Ibram X. Kendi’s concept of antiracism reenergizes and reshapes the conversation about racial justice in America–but even … Continue reading Knowledge is Power: Suggested Literature & Readings

Longjourney FW ’16

Alex Carapetian and Alonso Ester, of LA-based brand Longjourney, share a passion for vintage garments. The duo sifts through vintage shops and flea markets in Los Angeles to obtain materials for their collections. According to an interview with Complex, 99.9% of the pieces incorporate some or all vintage. Their aesthetic pulls inspiration from military garments … Continue reading Longjourney FW ’16