Posts by Ashley Stewart Falls

Double King’s Love Letter to the Night

June 16th, 2015 Posted by Featured, Music No Comment yet

The combination of a group of talented musicians singing above the noise of the crowded city, Double King’s music is an exploration of the circumstances of life mixed with a hopeful promise of tomorrow. It’s optimistic, but honest. Truth comes out in the night, but it is revealed by dawn’s light.

Feeling the Paintings of Christine Wu

June 2nd, 2015 Posted by Art, Featured No Comment yet

Great art makes the viewer vulnerable. It challenges us to reminisce on all the little flecks of ourselves reflected on the canvas, to relate them to our current time and place. Christine Wu’s work does just that. It is life and it is beautiful, containing every piece of one’s self and every feeling that one feels.

The Smooth Flavor of Milos Greene

May 18th, 2015 Posted by Featured, Music No Comment yet

Milos Greene doesn’t want you to just listen to their second album, “Control.” They want you to get lost in it. The sounds of this four person quartet are as smooth as a glass of Merlot. Like the wine, their music is filled with familiarity; the longer you let it sit and breathe, the more potent its hold becomes. The beats are like fresh flavors blossoming in your ear buds – the more you drink in, the stronger the buzz.

Worlds Within, As Seen by Davies Babies

May 5th, 2015 Posted by Art, Featured, Photography No Comment yet

Inside each of us lives a world left unseen by others, or at least by the non-observant eyes. But it’s the eyes of the artist that see us most clearly. Davies Babies’ eyes see the world as clear, open and beautiful. Davies Babies a.k.a. David Iwane, a photographer, illustrator and graphic designer from Colorado captures the wild side of humanity – the natural, simplistic, pure and lovely side.

Bartosz Kosowski – The Re-Animator of Illustration

April 6th, 2015 Posted by Art, Featured No Comment yet

The depictions of humanity within Kosowski’s editorial illustrations and portraits are uncanny. They’re the screenshots of human sentiment and not just a mirror upon emotion, but a mirror upon human society as a whole.

The Refreshing Sounds of Father John Misty

March 24th, 2015 Posted by Featured, Music No Comment yet

This autobiographical tell-all about life as we know it nails the folk sentiment of the Millennial generation. It’s called Folk because it’s the music of the people. This voice is loud and clear and not likely going away anytime soon.

Excuse Mathiole While He Paints the Sky

March 2nd, 2015 Posted by Art, Featured No Comment yet

Explore the online gallery of Mathiole, a Brazilian illustrator/designer who excels in his use of vibrant colors, water paints, collages and illustrations.

The Mind of Molokid

February 9th, 2015 Posted by Art, Featured No Comment yet

Molokid’s collection feels like a labyrinth. It’s a maze that one travels through, exploring different realms and various layers of art and the human state.