Artist Eats: Randy Colosky

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For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Randy Colosky to share his favorite place to eat. Randy is an artist based in Oakland, who creates mind-blowing drawings, sculptures and installations.
 
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Boot and Shoe in Lakeshore Oakland. I like that the food is pretty simple, pizza with great crust, salads that are properly dressed and not too fussy and sort of weird deserts that are good but not what I would normally get. The menu is not very big and changes slightly seasonally. You know pretty much everything on it is going to be good. The Margherita pizza is something we usually order and the Burrata appetizer is good when they have it. My lady (Nicole) and I like to go there at the end of a long week on the late side—it’s a nice atmosphere, busy but not insane, and the staff is always really nice. You can tell its a place that was really considered and not just dressed up to be fancy and they have some really nice art in there.”
 
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Artist Eats: Nick Thomm

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For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Nick Thomm to share his favorite place to eat. Nick is an artist, designer and director who lives and works between New York and Melbourne.
 
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“In NYC, my favorite spot is Yakinuku West in East Village. It’s this rad Japanese BBQ place, and the Dinner Set is the deal. Inside it has traditional seating on the floor. Perfect spot to hang/get drunk with friends.
 

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Artist Eats: Erik Mark Sandberg

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For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Erik Mark Sandberg to share his favorite place to eat. Erik is an artist based in Los Angeles, whose “Hairy Children” series we are particularly fond of. He is currently working on a new body of work, which will be exhibited at Segal Projects in 2015.
 
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“One of my favorite places to venture out and grab some nourishment during downtime is The Black Cat on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles, or Silver Lake to be exact. It’s in the neighborhood of the studio and has a chill tailored atmosphere for lunch or a night out. Los Angeles has a lot of unique pockets and Silver Lake richly nurtures its creative residents. This establishment is located in Sunset Junction across the street from Intelligencia coffee and Café Stella, which are both excellent refueling stops as well.
 

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Artist Eats: Lauren DiCioccio

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For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Lauren DiCioccio to share her favorite place to eat. Lauren is an artist based in the Bay Area, who creates installations, objects and paintings that investigate the “tangible beauty of commonplace mass-produced objects.” We are particularly fond of her embroidered newspapers, and are looking forward to her exhibition at Jack Fischer Gallery in S.F. in September. Continue reading for her answer.
 

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Artist Eats: Numskull

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For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Numskull to share his favorite place to eat. Numskull is an artist based in Sydney, Australia, who works in a variety of mediums, producing paintings, sculptures, illustrations and large-scale outdoor murals. Continue reading for his answer.
 
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Artist Eats: Michael Swaney

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For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Michael Swaney to share his favorite place to eat. Michael is a Canadian artist based in Barcelona, who is currently featured in the three-person exhibition, Salat 3, at Center of Contemporary Art Andratx in Mallorca, as well as in the Summer Times group show at Galeria Yusto/Giner in Marbella. Continue reading for his answer.
 
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Artist Eats: Jen Stark

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For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Jen Stark to share her favorite place to eat. Jen is an artist based in Los Angeles, who creates intricate, hand-carved paper sculptures. Continue reading for her answer.
 
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Artist Eats: Llew Mejia

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For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Llew Mejia to share his favorite place to eat. LLew is an illustrator and textile designer based in Minneapolis, whose clients have included Colette, OAK NYC, Patagonia and Gestalten. Continue reading for his answer.

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Artist Eats: Evan Rossell

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For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Evan Rossell to share his favorite place to eat. Evan, aka STINK ONE, is an artist from California who recently appeared in the splice-of-life documentary short “Nothing Stops Detroit.” Continue reading for his answer.

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Artist Eats: Stefan Marx

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For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Stefan Marx to share his favorite place to eat. Stefan is an artist and illustrator based in Hamburg, Germany, who is known for his playful line drawings and fantastic zines. Continue reading for his answer.

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Artist Eats: Robert Otto Epstein

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For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Robert Otto Epstein to share his favorite place to eat. Robert is an artist based in New York City, who is currently showing work in a group exhibition at Mulherin + Pollard, and will have a solo exhibition at Matteawan Gallery in July. Continue reading for his answer.

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Artist Eats: Brian Scott Campbell

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For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Brian Scott Campbell to share his favorite place to eat. Campbell is currently living in Santa Barbara, CA, and has work included in an exhibition, Forever, which is curated by The Suzanne Geiss Company at the Metropolitan Art Society in Beirut, with Chris Johanson, Ryan Johnson, Mira Dancy and Kristin Baker. He has upcoming shows at CB1 Los Angeles, and TSA Gallery in Brooklyn. Continue reading for his answer.

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Artist Eats: Paul Wackers

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For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Paul Wackers to share his favorite place to eat. Paul is a New York-based artist, who paints semi representational, geometric and fantastically full still lifes and landscapes. Continue reading for his answer.

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Artist Eats: Alexandros Vasmoulakis

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For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Alexandros Vasmoulakis to share his favorite place to eat. Vasmou is an artist from Greece who creates a wide range of work, including figurative oil paintings, collaged portraits on paper, and outdoor murals—with vinyl and sequins—on the sides of buildings. Continue reading for his answer.

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Artist Eats: Pete Watts

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For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Pete Watts to share his favorite place to eat. Pete is a Brooklyn-based artist, whose work “explores humanity’s relationship with the natural world.” Continue reading for his answer.

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Artist Eats: David Mendez Alonso

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For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked David Mendez Alonso to share his favorite place to eat. David, aka Mister The Freak, is a Spanish artist who lives and works and London. Continue reading for his answer.
 
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Artist Eats: Ryan De La Hoz

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For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Ryan De La Hoz to share his favorite place to eat. Ryan is a San Francisco-based artist, who had a recent exhibition at Slow Culture in L.A. and has an 8-page feature in the current issue of Juxtapoz. Continue reading for his answer.
 
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Artist Eats: Winnie Truong

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For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Winnie Truong to share her favorite place to eat. Winnie is a Toronto-based artist, whose exhibition, Rites of Passage, is currently on view at Galleri Benoni in Copenhagen. Continue reading for her answer.

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Artist Eats: DMOTE

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For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked DMOTE to share his favorite place to eat. DMOTE is a New York-based artist from Sydney, who led the Australian graffiti scene in the early 1990s. Continue reading for his answer.

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