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The Tenderness of Street Artist Swoon

A woman casually glances over her shoulder as her v-neck t-shirt hugs her torso ever so slightly. Symbols of the sun, flowers, and a curling snake-like form fill the space where her legs would be. The she in question is the subject of a delicate drawing wheatpasted to a New...

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LA’s Hottest New Shop, Hot Cactus

Succulents are practically synonymous with Southern California. The spear-like points of agaves, the green bloom of aeoniums, the red floral spears rising from aloe. Whether you’re at a backyard LA BBQ or in the middle of the Mojave, these plants are like familiar friends, as ubiquitous as palm trees...

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Graffiti: Where We’ve Come and Where We’re Going

Some form of graffiti has been around for thousands of years. Etched into stone by the ancient Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans, these artistic outcries often expressed underlying social and political messages. Over the last forty years, graffiti and its more formal counterpart, street art, have evolved into some of...

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In the Studio with Ivan Comas

The floor is littered with open tubes of paint, half-empty aerosol cans, pliers, protractors. It is a horizontal chaos, the aftermath of an artist’s process just before the work is moved from its messier origins and placed on a clean gallery wall, all the spills and sweat left on swaths...

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The Interrogator with Kelsey Harper

In just three short years, LA native Kelsey Harper, the eyes and heart behind Flower Girl Los Angeles, has created something of a floral dynasty on the West Coast. Her bespoke arrangements and beatific crowns (no dynasty is complete without one, surely) have made their way into the halls...

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Larry Sultan: Here and Home

The deep emerald of a living room carpet. The turquoise sheen of a chlorinated pool. Buttercup yellow. Cobalt blue. Ruby red. Saturated colors dominate the landscapes encasing the subjects of late photographer Larry Sultan’s portraiture, making rich jewel boxes of the mundane, the profane, and the utterly ordinary. For...

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The Interrogator with The Coveteur’s Jake Rosenberg

Stoking the fires of our collective cravings since 2011, The Coveteur has quickly become one of the most exceptional fashion blogs out there. Founded by Jake Rosenberg, Stephanie Mark, and Erin Kleinberg, the site dives deep into the closets of some of the world’s prominent tastemakers. With a pop and...

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The Interrogator with Cara Stricker

There is an arresting recklessness to photographer Cara Stricker’s work, an honesty that finds beauty not in perfection, but in the vitality and realness of simply being alive. In an industry that can too often hide behind an overdone, over-retouched, over out-of-touch facade, Stricker manages to breathe fresh, young air...

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6 Artists to Watch Right Now

In the Wild West of the art world it is often hard to determine which artists are on the rise. Below, you’ll find a handful of talented individuals we’ve been tracking over the last few years. Keep your eyes out for these ones. Michael Kagan Michael Kagan is fascinated by iconically...

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The Interrogator with The Blonde Salad’s Chiara Ferragni

In 2009, LA-based Chiara Ferragni launched her now infamous blog, The Blonde Salad. Just ahead of the trend, the site quickly became one of the most successful, and its casual but well styled images would soon send Ferrangi all over the world, traveling the fashion circuit and posing on...

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