The Vegas Trap

Jumbled thoughts and feelings about my time here…  

MAKE MONEY, NOT ART

I read that once on a wall, somewhere behind a cafe for hipsters. Is it true? Recently, there’s been a post on the blog irevuo regarding marketing and art that led me to think more about this topic. It’s definitely something to ponder about. As children, we are taught to draw, encourage to draw for drawing’s…

Yasunari Ikenaga

Japanese artists and their prints! There is no debate the absolute mastery they have in that area. The complexity lies in the balance of simplicity, really. The colors and block prints in Ikenaga‘s work is such a wonderful mix of old and new, I can’t help but be mesmerized.  

Industrial Zen

On the heels of the last post, I’ve always been quite enamored with the color and form of an industrial, wabi-sabi styled architecture and home decor. The combined texture of metal, aged and colored wood, with dark ceramic interior decors exudes this soothing, rustic feel of times past and at the same moment, embraces modern…

Colors on the Table

I have a fascination with food in general, and even more fascination with food photography. And now that the art of photographing food has gone to such a level, the color palettes on them are as in depth as a good landscape or portrait. So today’s a post in homage to some good rustic potrayal…

Mixed Textures – Kathy Miller

Texture combinations are fascinating. Somehow pieces seem to be more relatable to me when there’s a 3d element to them, if only in the sense that these materials are tangible and exist in a world I know of. I’ve decided to start capturing color palettes of these artists I put up. Good color themes are…