Since it’s getting colder outside, the days are getting shorter, and it’s tough to come back strong from a vegged-out holiday, we’ve decided to share with you some pictures from our favorite behind-the-scene’s Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue editor’s instagram. Behold the beautiful evil of MJ Day, above.
We recently visited the Costa Mesa studio of MADSTEEZ. Known for his bold artwork, Mr. Ween’s workspace is as colorful as the artist himself.
It’s unbelievable that we’ve never featured Marilyn Monroe before. She’s pretty much Original Babe status.
A couple weeks ago we visited the studio of San Francisco-based artist Andrew Schoultz. Here’s a peek into what we saw.
Some eye-catching automobiles from the streets of San Francisco.
25 Grams is a feature that culls pictures from some of our favorite instagram feeds.
David Choe is a Los Angeles-based artist who has a new photo app out called ChoeBot.
He can be followed on instagram at @davidchoe1
This past Monday, guests from the fashion and art worlds came together to honor artist Dan Colen at The 12th Annual RxArt Party for his installation at Kings County Hospital, Brooklyn, NY. Partygoers were treated to both a silent and live auction benefitting RxArt, as well as live music performance by the super cute Kilo Kesh. Christos Katsiaouni was there for the photographs.
Last night saw the opening of Todd James and Alexis Ross’ new show Beyond Elegance. Christos Katsiaouni was on hand to photograph the casual mix of rad people from the art, graffiti, music, and fashion worlds. Presented by PM Tenore and Andy Valmorbida, the exhibition is on view at 560 Washington Street, New York City and until November 30th.
Revok’s new show up at the Library Street Collective features installation and sculptural pieces made out of scavenged materials from the streets of Detroit. A+.
Angie Dickinson is an American actress.
Russell Tyrone Jones (November 15, 1968 – November 13, 2004)
You only have one more month to see this show in person at the Berkeley Art Museum. After that, you’ll have to settle for these pics above.
On view until December 9th.
This past Saturday night, a large survey of work by Matta, Rammellzee, Futura, and Phase 2 opened in the Meatpacking District. Curated by Nemo Librizzi and Joseph Nahmad, the dramatically lit Deep Space presented massive canvases connecting the 1970s work of Chilean artist Matta with that of the art created by New York City subway writers in the 1980s. A lively crowd filled the open space, accompanied by the cool jazzy tunes that acted as the center of energy for the show.
Photos by Christos Katsiaouni
Take it or Leave it.
Photographs by Ben Pier
A fairly boring look at last night’s Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show through the lens of instagram.