Street art in St. Etienne, oakoak
Malcolm Liepke, Woman’s Hips, 2013
The EO1, from Electric Objects
A tablet, purely for the display of art. In the accompanying video, CEO Jake Levine shows us the merits of just looking at art and how, when faced with something so large and ever-changing as the internet, we often do not appreciate what is in front of us.
The EO1 is here - here to stay, with the help of their Kickstarter - to give you time to truly enjoy the amazing work that is available on the web, in real time.
The gorgeous art of Norah Borges, Jorge Luis Borges’s younger sister and an underappreciated female pioneer of modern art
Trick or Treat: a Happy Halloween, Debbie Lappanen
This anthology, full of fun, playful poems by Lappanen, was charmingly illustrated by Tad Carpenter. To see more of his work, click here!
NYC by Juliette Sandbox
Paul Rogers, for the Center Theater Group
Susanna and the Elders (1610), Artemisia Gentileschi
En/visages – Portraits, Tape and Analog Retouching
Ceramics by Brett Kern
'Dairy Queen at night from angle' (1990), Jim Dow