• Graf von Faber Castell: Platinum Point

    Graf von Faber Castell realizes that pencils are not just for elementary school. The Perfect Pencil is platinum-plated with a built in sharpener and a retractable graphite point so that brilliant thought or inspired sketch gets onto the page in style.  

    A. Moret No responses July 12, 2013
  • Rick Garland: The Debris of Modernity

    18 Windows This abandoned train warehouse in London was an elegantly proportioned building.  Although it was in such a state of disrepair and it’s historical use had long since been forgotten, it still possessed a beauty and classic grandeur.  The shafts of light and colours from the layers of graffiti along with the windows’ reflections […]

    Rick Garland 3 responses July 12, 2013
  • Tait Hawes: A Little Book of Nudies

    Tait Hawes is the Managing Art Director at Vans.  While the culture of Vans embraces Hawes’ sensibility, he still looks to his own practice as a creative outlet, thus giving life to January.  Hawes has a motto, “Shut up and make shit.  Forget about the results.”  It seems to be working out well for him. […]

    A. Moret 2 responses July 12, 2013
  • Lisa Golightly: Flooded

    The works in the Floodline series reflect Lisa Golightly’s challenge to handle the uncertain outcome of acrylic paint and fabric dye on paper. The title Floodline has as much to do with the process and materials as it does to do with the subject.  Experimenting with fabric dye on paper in a method that uses […]

    A. Moret 3 responses July 12, 2013
  • Benjamin Cook: My Art is in Your Hands

    The project I Give Up: My Art is in Your Hands came from the way that I interact with art.  Not living in a part of the world that is considered to be an “art hub,” my interaction with  contemporary art comes mostly through the Internet.  It seemed significant to me that I could view […]

    Benjamin Cook 8 responses July 11, 2013