Sideshow is a project by Deb Ayerst that started out in a physical space and has now morphed into a virtual one. The artist met many amazing individuals at their day jobs in our business of advertising and design, only to discover after getting to know them that they have amazing creative interests that they […]
Since this project began in early January, I’ve had the pleasure of placing original art in over 200 homes for free around the world. Locations include Australia, Brazil, Canada, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, England, France, Israel, Japan, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland, Qatar, Romania, Scotland and the United States.
Hal Lasko, a 97 year-old artist, reminds us all that you’re never too old to create and inspire everyone around you. In his early years, Hal, known as ‘Grandpa’, worked as a graphic artist when everything was done by hand. His family got him a computer and Microsoft Paint and now he spends ten hours […]
After reading of some of the recent record sales at the large art auction houses, it got me thinking: art should not only be available to the wealthy, but available for anyone. Hence, this year I’m creating 365 unique drawings, posting an image per day, and giving every one of them away.
Dice Tsutsumi, of Pixar and Gerald Guerlais, was able to bring more than 70 artists together for this Sketch Travel project. The only requirement was to hand-deliver the sketchbook to a fellow artist. The project will culminate in an auction of the original book and the proceeds will be donated to the international literacy non-profit, […]
If Dos Equis had a commercial for the most interesting Singaporean photographer alive, this would be John Clang. He’s one of those artists who continues to evolve. I love the way he thinks. He’s very cognisant of the surface plane and shapes that are discovered within the photograph’s composition. And he’s also one of the […]