Here’s something we’re super excited about. LA-based apparel brand SuperVague just released their latest t-shirt design, which just so happens to be a collaboration with Lost At E Minor. Yup. Artist Kyle Anthony Miller designed this awesome t-shirt as an homage to Lost At E Minor’s “mission of bringing unbelievable, compelling content to light”. Check […]
Here at Lost At E Minor, we love to get involved and help the community whenever we can. That’s why we sponsored this fantastic mural near our Newcastle office by local artist UMPEL. The hypercolour graffiti art was organised by Simone Sheridan, who runs a business focused on beautifying derelict urban spaces whilst reducing graffiti vandalism through creative interventions such as street art.
Created by Australian label Eleventh Commandment on one hundred percent premium combed cotton, the design on this custom made tee is a hand-sketch by Sydney artist Joshua Oldfield of Kate Moss enjoying some coke. As she does! Apparently.
If you’re a Twitterer, a Tweeter, or a Twit (in the nicest possible way!), then you might like to follow the Lost At E Minor Twitter feed, which is an extension of the things we post about here. We get access to a lot of tips and information that we don’t always post about. But […]
This intensely designed promo video for the Lost At E Minor site was created by our friends over at New York-based design studio, Lifelongfriendshipsociety. It’s all about looking into a black mirror and seeing a creative energy bursting back out at you. Now, where are my 3D glasses?
MIXA is an innovative way for people to make, mix and share their music, photos, videos and other digital goodies on an old school cassette tape with a Twitter-generation twist. MIXA in association with Lost At E Minor and My Secret Playlist are giving YOU the chance to win a MIXA.
Our friends at Australian t shirt label Das Monk recently released a new range of tees, including this one above, Skull Fingers, which features a cool screen print on a one hundred percent cotton t shirt. We have this tee, and a stack of other Das Monk shirts, available for just US$45 through the Lost At E Minor online store.
Dalek’s paintings were originally populated by Space Monkeys, creatures inspired by the artist’s childhood and teenage years in Japan. His most recent paintings have metamorphosed into incredibly complex abstract works, emphasizing his meticulous attention to detail and amazing sense of colour and composition. Dalek’s work has been widely exhibited internationally, and he recently spent a year as an assistant of Takashi Murakami, probably the most famous artist in the contemporary art scene. His latest exhibition Dalek and Delta, runs at the Elms Lesters Painting Rooms from August 28 to September 26. He’ll be contributing guest posts to Lost At E Minor over the next two weeks on the art and music that’s inspiring his own work right now.
We’re pleased to welcome the legendary pop culture artist and father of the Agit Pop Movement Ron English as a contributor to Lost At E Minor, writing about his favorite creative and cultural discoveries of recent times. English has just completed a successful showing of new works called Lazarus Rising at the Elms Lesters Painting Rooms, in which he paid homage to Picasso’s 1937 masterpiece, Guernica, transcribing it to reflect our troubled times alongside an extraordinary body of new works. Keep an eye out for English’s posts on Lost At E Minor over the coming weeks as he joins contemporaries such as Shepard Fairey and Tristan Eaton as recent guest writers.
We turned it over to you to shape the look of the new Lost At E Minor logo, one that sums up everything this site stands for and rolled up into a design that’s cool and readable. And we had a stack of very clever and creative submissions come in. So now we’d love to […]
The very talented Jess Snow, the first video artist to be featured by Female Persuasion — the original site for provocative and political female artists — created this ethereal short video for Lost At E Minor. We feel it. We love it. Just like we dug the video that Lifelongfriendshipsociety created. Aw, shucks!
This awesome promo video for the Lost At E Minor site was created by our friends over at New York-based design studio, Lifelongfriendshipsociety. It’s all about looking into a black mirror and seeing the creative energy bursting back out at you. Damn, this is fun. Now where are my 3D glasses?
You’ve probably noticed the For Weekly Inspiration callout in the top right hand corner of the site, but why should you sign up to receive our weekly email publication? Well, it goes direct into your inbox every Thursday and is a sparkling collection of artwork, photography, music, and other pop culture tidbits that we’ve discovered […]
We have a thumping track by Chicago-based rocker Tom Fuller [above] available for free download in the Music Download section of Lost At E Minor (pssst, it’s in third column of the site), along with new tracks by Five O’Clock Heroes, Fujiya & Miyagi, and Madlib.