This Friday, we’re juiced to bring you a collaborative, 12-artist group show at Grid Gallery, in the heart of Oakland. Featuring pieces from Kool AD, Ian Flanigan, Aris Jerome, Danielle Schnur, OnTask Family, and more, “Feels” brings together great work from some incredible folks. Gallery opens at 7 PM.
In the ’90s, East Oakland’s Phunky Phat Graph-X created iconic album artwork for luminaries like E-40, Master P, and Nickatina, in staggering volume. As the iced-out aesthetic of Pen & Pixel’s high profile Cash Money covers resurfaces, Ben D-L takes a moment to appreciate their lesser known design predecessors.
Much love to the folks that ventured out to the first Wine & Bowties of the Spring. To Tap 10, Starter Kit, Jay Casio and Yung_smh thank you for blessing us with your tunes. Consider it the first HNRL + TT6 + DRGN + W&B collab. Friday got weird but we live to tell to about it through pictures and words.
One cold night in New York, our very own Amanda Gayle ventured out to Vector Gallery, JJ Brine’s ecstatic posthuman pop art gallery. In her feature, Amanda ruminates on the value of art after a night of fake blood rituals and dead baby dolls.
February marked the first installment in our nascent discussion series, Talks, where we opened up a conversation about creativity and entrepreneurship. For the inaugural, we called on a superstar cast of young creatives: Cre8tive Class founder Daghe, photographer Lauren Crew, MC and visual artist Queens D. Light, Oakland Surf Club’s Max Klineman, and Flavourhood’s Japheth Gonzalez.