For fourteen years, I’ve had an unhealthy fascination (bordering on obsession) with stereoscopic 3D art. It started with silk-screen prints, moved into 3D collaborations with my peers, and has culminated in my first book project: The 3D Art Book. Prestel Publishing has generously brought me aboard to make this project a reality and it’s really a dream come true.
We’ve been featuring some interesting guest contributors on Lost At E Minor over the past year, including Shepard Fairey, Ron English, Tristan Eaton, Ben Lee, Brendan Canning from Broken Social Scene, designer Deanne Cheuk, artist Sam Weber, singer-songwriter Laura Veirs, and Tegan from Tegan and Sara.
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 featured a series of guest contributions from iconic street artist Shepard Fairey recently where he wrote about the work of some of his favorite artists, photographers, bands and DJs (Z-Trip, anyone?). Fairey’s iconic image of Barack Obama was featured on the cover of Time Magazine’s Person Of The Year issue, but even before that he was well known as the creator of the ubiquitous Andre The Giant sticker. His posts on Lost At E Minor covered everyone from Judith Supine, to Al Farrow, the Last Shadow Puppets and Blu.
Lost At E Minor contributor, Tristan Eaton, has a cool vinyl toy out, Billy Banana, the Blue glow version of which which stands at five inches tall and comes in a limited run of just 300 pieces.
Where to start with Z-Trip? Shepard Fairey propped him on this site a few weeks back, but let’s face it: the guy is worth a double post. He’s the king of the mash-up, a dance floor master, and the humblest guy you’ll meet. If you haven’t heard of him (unlikely), then go to his website […]
This little Greenwich Village shop is a blast from the past for me. From 1985 to 1993, I lived in West London and have always missed British candy and special foods. Low and behold, Myers of Keswick has it all. Weetabix cereal, Quality Street candy, Scotch Eggs, PG Tips tea! It’s absolutely amazing. But it’s […]
Uber-designer and all round creative juggernaut, Tristan Eaton, the head body at Thunderdog Studios, is the latest guest contributor to Lost At E Minor, giving props to some of his favorite artists, designers, fashionistas and … gulp … breakfast haunts. Eaton hand picked elements from graffiti, skateboarding, comic books, and hip-hop as the building blocks […]