CELEBRATE HARVEST DURING YAKIMA VALLEY’S “CATCH THE CRUSH” Join the Yakima Valley wineries to celebrate harvest at the Annual Catch the Crush event, October 8 and 9, 2016. Each winery offers its own celebratory events, including grape stomps, harvest and crush activities, tours, free-run juice, hors d’oeuvres, live music, and of course. . .wine tasting. … Read More
The worlds of art and food collide with Chef Corey Lee‘s new restaurant, In Situ, In Situ, which is located on the ground floor of San Francisco Museum of Art, the Michelin-starred chef (Benu, Monsieur Benjamin) has collaborated with approximately 80 high profile chefs from around the globe to curate a menu that is essentially … Read More
“One has to get clear, that a work of design actually has an objective…art has no purpose, exception the transformation of human experience.” Ever-relevant words from Milton Glaser, famous designer and artist. http://create.adobe.com/2016/5/4/a_conversation_with_milton_glaser.html
Inflatable Refugee, which is a 20-foot tall sculpture is to set sail around the world to draw attention to the refugee crisis in Europe. Schellekens & Peleman enlarged the ‘Inflatable Refugee’ to match the reactions his arrival in the Western world evoked. Schellekens & Peleman have chosen to create this inflatable figure from the same material as the boats, … Read More
Falko One, Once Upon A Town. in Garies, South Africa. 2015 You could find out more about this amazing artist Falko One at http://falkostarr.wix.com/graffitiart courtesy of Falko one
From March 4 – June 26, 2016, Atoms + Bytes: Redefining Craft in the Digital Age features works by 30 international and local artists situated at the intersection of the digital and the analogue worlds.
The photo here is showing artist Kat Larson inside a glass box at the Hedreen Gallery.
Creative director John Johnson share’s his notes on his most influential records from 2015: Top 10 Records of 2015
Check out this fun film from filmmaker Joe Petrilla. Have to watch all the way to the end. Check out more of Joe’s work from his website.
Stunning time-lapse animations Fong Qi Wei. This Singaporean artist takes photos throughout the day and creates animations from them. They’d make great still photos, too. http://news.gestalten.com/news/fong-qi-wei