It’s time for the annual VL Gift Guide and, as always, the focus is on the talented independent designers whose work we admire. If you’re looking for gifts this holiday season, here are some unique ideas. Continue reading →
Centered on the intersection of St. Nicholas Ave. and Troutman St. in Brooklyn, The Bushwick Collective is a series of murals and street art pieces curated by neighborhood resident Joseph Ficalora, who invites artists from all over the world to contribute artwork on legal walls that he has secured for them. Continue reading →
Here at VisuaLingualm we’ve been diversifying our product range! These brand-new unisex screenprinted scarves depict landscapes as patterns made up of simple geometric building blocks. Continue reading →
Barry McGee, also known as Twist, is a giant among street artists and his mural, entitled Untitled 2012, graces the side of the Mark Morris Dance Group HQ at 3 Lafayette Ave,. in Brooklyn. Can you guess when it was painted? Continue reading →
This post has nothing to do with the famous Spanish restaurant, really, but I gawked at the elaborately tiled façade as I wandered through the historic Ybor City neighborhood of Tampa one morning. Wow! Continue reading →
Art Alley is located in downtown Rapid City, SD between Main and St. Joseph Sts. from 6th to 7th St. Though about 8 years old, this ongoing public art project was recently restored and cleaned up and, on my visit, featured mostly aerosol art with some canvases, wheat pasted pieces and even a knit-bombing of some sort. Continue reading →
Making Music Hall, Brick by (Lego) Brick: local engineer Mark D. Clark is building a 1⁄50th scale model replica of Music Hall will feature functional doors, a fully furnished Springer Auditorium, and Elm St. and the Miami-Erie Canal as they appeared circa 1900.