Houston is known for a lot of things, but one thing it has that you might not have known about is the growing popularity of street art in the Texas metropolis. My favorite is Coolidge, but he is just one of a many talented artists here in the Houston area. Next time you’re in town, […]
Surreal and romantic black and white studies, visual diaries of people and places. This is the photography of Al Saulso, a Houston native who started as an artist in the graffiti scene and eventually transitioned into photography as a means of documenting life.
Ruthless, charming, brilliant, and way ahead of his time, the late Bill Hicks was an American comic who tragically passed away from pancreatic cancer at the youthful age of 32 in 1994. His rants and scathing views on American consumerism, superficiality, mediocrity and banality within the media and popular culture have only grown stronger over the years and inspired comics all over the world.
Kevin Titzer’s creepy little people and creatures — sculpted out of wood, inlayed metal, woven and sewn elements, and various pieces of junk — definitely crawled out of some unresolved childhood fever dream. Check out his work currently at Goldesberry Gallery in Houston.