10 Things Every Art Punk Kid Should Experience In Paris
Art / Places & Travel / Society & Culture

10 Things Every Art Punk Kid Should Experience In Paris

A rough guide for the Art Punks. The New Yorkers that crawled from their LES dives and went abroad. The Bohemian Non-French People of the world. The Outsiders. This is a list for you. Continue reading

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Touch Me.  Feel Me.  Stories That Want Your Touch:  An Interview With Joel Golombeck of Rocket Chair Media
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Touch Me. Feel Me. Stories That Want Your Touch: An Interview With Joel Golombeck of Rocket Chair Media

When I met Joel Golombeck, of Rocket Chair Media, last year at a literary happy hour, I was intrigued to hear about his apps for the Ipad. Not only are they grounded in literature, but they are also grounded in the art of storytelling. I was wary at first, and here comes a confession – … Continue reading

Balthus: Cats And Girls; Paintings And Provocations At The Met
Art / Society & Culture

Balthus: Cats And Girls; Paintings And Provocations At The Met

Bathus: Cats and Girls at the Metropolitan Museum of Art open until January 12, 2014. Curator Sabine Rewald presents thirty-five of the modernist Polish-French artist’s works from the 1930s-1950s.  The most arresting works in this exhibition are comprised of Balthus’ numerous  portraits of his sitter-muse, the adolescent Thérèse. As invoked by the additional subtitle, paintings … Continue reading

ARTIST SPOTLIGHT: Feminist Illustrator & DIY Grrrl Kelley99 Tells Us Like It Is
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ARTIST SPOTLIGHT: Feminist Illustrator & DIY Grrrl Kelley99 Tells Us Like It Is

Kelley99 is a Seattle-based illustrator and “proud activist of the F-Word.” DIY badass with her own art tattooed all over her body, this punk princess is a full-time free spirit dreamer. Kelley sat down with Luna Luna to talk about art, Girl Power, and embracing the beautiful dichotomy that comes with being human. Continue reading