Posted by marc April 12, 2016
While he's much more than the parts that make up his identity, mix Lisa Frank, Trapper Keeper art, and some hallucenagenic materials, and you've got a good idea of where Mikael B. is coming from. Combining hard, geometric shapes with ethereal whisps and smears, with a bit of typography thrown into the mix, his murals, paintings, and prints are certainly a trip. If you'd like to see his work in person, hit up the REN Gallery in LA from this Saturday, April 16 though May 8, for his solo show, titled Dream State.
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Monday, November 7, 2016 - 2:02pmParra is one of my favorite artists, but I've never gotten the chance to see his work in person (other than Kidrobot's Pierced, that is).
Tuesday, October 4, 2016 - 4:01pmBarbie, Boglins, Masters of the Universe, Polly Pocket... Unless you were raised by wolves, Mattel had a bit impact on your childhood. As a toy manufacturer and distributor, the company has been sparking the imaginations of kids for 70 years.
Tuesday, September 27, 2016 - 3:05pmTokyo-born and Brooklyn-based artist Aya Kakeda will be holding a solo exhibition of her ceramic works at AG Gallery in Brooklyn. Aya will be visiting for the opening night on October 8, from 6PM-8PM.