It is always great to see someone as talented as Jason Houge using their talents for a good cause. The Green Bay, Wisconsin, photographer has started a project entitled Poverty Now. Houge plans to explore the lives of people within the US suffering from the affects of poverty. But he needs help to do it. […]
A visual depiction of her own life, photographer Kayla Bauer, combines subjects of a lower economical class and a way of life. Bauer’s exploration of both the personal and public aspects of a lower economical life in her series entitled A Personal Document of Modest Life is done beautifully.
I had the pleasure of running into Paul Bialis last summer at an art festival in a small suburb of Milwaukee. I immediately fell in love with his incredible photographic series on the abandoned beer manufacturing buildings of Pabst in Milwaukee. His ability to use light and color in his photographs just astonishes me.
Playing with the relationships between heavy materials and negative space, Brock Ruhmor, creates emotional, abstract, organic sculptures in both large and small scale. Ruhmor states that his intimately scaled pieces ‘sport an earned surface of wax, glaze, paint, and fire’.
One of the most influential artists in my life, Sarah Detweiler’s new series focuses on the use of the body to ‘uncover and reveal the nuances of its existence, politics and reality’, as she writes. With lighting like this, and titles such as Shag n Ass (into the future), who wouldn’t love her? She is just simply amazing.
Swami Nirmaladnanda once said: ‘Our Modern society is engaged in polishing and decorating the cage in which man is kept imprisoned’. My photographs in this series take a look at lawn ornaments in the small town that I grew up in. What do the lawn ornaments really say about the people inside the houses? You tell me.
You will laugh your ‘swampy’ ass off when you see this new product. I mean, let’s be real, swamp ass, sweat crack, beef arse: whatever you call it, we’ve all had it. Now there is a way to eradicate this disgusting issue. Yup, ‘Keep the swamp in the woods and out of your pants’, as […]