Posts in San Francisco

Sita Rupe’s Collages of Americana

March 14th, 2016 Posted by Art, Collage, Featured, Los Angeles, Mixed Media, Paintings, San Francisco, Screenprints No Comment yet

Sita Rupe creates iconic images that recall a bygone era of lively conversations in sun-baked kitchens that stand in the mind with an immediate, almost brutal force. Her craft is executed using clear formal technique: precision, finish and style. There is no chaos or distortion here – only lively play, light days and new beginnings.

Finding Order in the Chaotic Abstract Art of Juun Y.

February 29th, 2016 Posted by Abstract, Art, Featured, New York, Paintings, Photography, San Francisco, Street Art No Comment yet

Juun Y states,”A creative mess is preferable to an idle neatness,” which works perfectly to represent the artwork he produces. Even though his work is very abstract and unique, it all makes sense and is wonderful to look at.

Using Abstract Lines to Create Space and Grotesque Faces

November 24th, 2015 Posted by Art, Installations, Los Angeles, Paintings, San Francisco No Comment yet

Johnson incorporates an almost Roald Dahl styled fascination with grotesque, puke-colored hands and distorted and hideous pen-drawn faces. From a distance, her black and white canvases of cross-hatched shading take on the form of a cloud of smoke, or a distant hallway. The variety in Johnson’s work demonstrates a passion for exploration and demonstration, whether it be with likeminded collaborators or on her own with a brush and some canvas.

Aaron Rivera’s Celebration of Leisure through Painting

September 14th, 2015 Posted by Art, Featured, Film, Illustration, Los Angeles, Mixed Media, Paintings, San Francisco No Comment yet

Aaron Rivera is an artist in the Los Angeles area who we had the pleasure to meet at Le Luz de Jesus Gallery in LA. Rivera works in a variety of mediums – launching himself in his teens as a muralist, Aaron Rivera has traveled many roads in the expansive world of art, from small scale painting to puppet design for the eccentric Spike Jonze. His work possesses a certain bright sentimentality and elicits fond memories and feelings of days passed and those still to come. Rivera takes you on a mental and emotional vacation through his most recent expressions in the celebration of leisure.

Nik Schulz’s Detailed Approach to Minimalist Design

August 24th, 2015 Posted by Art, Design, Featured, Illustration, San Francisco No Comment yet

L-Dopa’s minimalist design work is both detailed yet simple, and that approach makes him an instant classic. There are many illustrators who incorporate the likes of car designs, business charts, company logos, and architectural designs into their portfolios, but Nik Schulz putz his instantly identifiable spin on everything from schematics to mad-libs, making him one of the industry’s most easily recognizable designers.