Fresh off a recent opening at HAUS Salon in Minneapolis, mixed media master Jesse Draxler took a moment to catch us up on a few of his latest collections. Dark, elegant, and playfully subversive, Drax’s new works are among his best yet.
Led by the wealthy and charismatic Father Yod, The Source Family was an archetypal 1970′s spiritual commune: sex, drugs, peace and love, even a psychedelic family band. On the heels of a feature-length documentary recounting their rise and fall, family historian Isis Aquarian remembers their glory days.
Athens-based photographer Alexis Vasilikos offers up collection after collection of subtly captivating shots, with an eye for deliberate, simple presentation. In our interview, he lends some insight on time spent in India, escaping the ego, and the philosophical questions that inform his work.
Max and Ari, the duo behind Oakland Surf Club, have quietly turned OSC into one of the Bay’s most eclectic retail destinations, curating everything from gear and boards, to vinyl and fine art–all while balancing a budding business with a new marriage and a brand new baby girl.
Our good friend and Cre8tive Class founder Daghe offers up a glimpse into his world–from party pics and landscapes, to portraits of the young and doin’ it, Daghe’s 35mm photography acts as an ongoing document of his eclectic, on-the-go lifestyle.