directed by Oliver Riley-Smith
The fact that this piece by Jason Mecier is 60″ x 40″ means that it will dominate any space you put it.
On view currently along with more licorice works at IAm8Bit Gallery in Echo Park.
For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Bill McRight to share his favorite place to eat. Bill is an artist, printmaker and member Space 1026, who also makes sticks that kill in his free time.
Continue reading for his answer.
Seonna Hong is a Los Angeles-based artist and animation art director. In 2004, she received an Emmy for her work on My Life as a Teenage Robot, and she continues to keep her plate full with national and international gallery shows. For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Seonna to share her favorite places to eat.
“Wow, I love food so it’s hard to narrow it down,” Seonna says. “Here’s two.”
Well… it is. However Vanity Fair, and Cadillac have decided that they can align themselves with the ‘brand’ and squeeze a little more cultural relevance out of the one-off show in the form of a ‘murals project’ in West Hollywood. Nothing innovative about this one.
For the third installment of our “Artist Eats” series, we asked Estevan Oriol to share his favorite place to eat. Estevan is a world-renowned photographer and filmmaker, whose gritty black-and-white images are instantly recognizable and uniquely Angeleno. His show, Like Father, Like Son, with fellow photographer and father Eriberto Oriol, opens at Carmichael Gallery on Saturday, October 1.
Continue reading for his delicious answer.
Last week, we kicked off our new “Artist Eats” series with Justin Van Hoy, and now it’s Shane Jessup’s turn to share his favorite places to eat. Shane is a talented artist and designer, who designed The History of American Graffiti and recently launched Hachi Supply, a line of artist-designed pet supplies.
Continue reading for his delicious picks.
MSK AWR roll call over Downtown LA.
Food and art are two of our favorite things over at TWBE, so we decided to start a new series called “Artist Eats” that interviews artists about their favorite place to eat. Kicking off the series is Los Angeles-based artist Justin Van Hoy, who is known for his colorful designs and rad gallery.
“At the moment I would say I have two favorites,” Justin answers. “Most days I don’t go any further West than Lincoln Heights, where my office is. So these two picks are minutes from the house, office and gallery.”