Places we could go - 2014 #diorama #sculpture #ringbox #talwst #art
Posted on Friday, July 11th 2014
Reblogged from TALWST
I’m catching some warm and fuzzy feelings right now! The kind folks at Thump (Ziad Ramley, to be specific) had such wonderful things to say about Triumph Howl, the next single from my upcoming EP, and even premiered it! The Forest is available for pre-order now, and the EP release party will be going down at Wrongbar next Thursday!
Posted on Friday, July 4th 2014
Reblogged from Paul Chin ★ Culturecraft Blog
Best Advice: Jeff Forrest of STACKLAB Design
"My mentor encouraged me to take my time growing the business"
Posted on Monday, June 30th 2014
Get the details about each product here!
Posted on Thursday, June 26th 2014
ART House7 by Barroso Homes
Modern design and dynamic technology.
Posted on Wednesday, June 25th 2014
Best Advice: Toronto photographer Steve Carty shares 3 pieces of great advice.
Don’t let school interfere with your education
A prof said this to me when I was in Ryerson…
Posted on Monday, June 23rd 2014
Posted on Wednesday, June 18th 2014
Reblogged from HUDSON CHRISTIE
oil, turpentine, hand sanitizer, canvas
48” x 48”
Posted on Monday, June 16th 2014
Reblogged from Brian Donnelly
"Been On Cloud 9 For A Long Time" | Elicser | Dundas and Sorauren, May 2014.
Posted on Wednesday, May 28th 2014
Reblogged from SoTeeOh
This Week In Modern Toronto
Posted on Friday, April 4th 2014
I recently slapped together a zine, and I’m so backwards about it that a friend posted about it before I did. I haven’t really set up a shop for them . For now just message me if you want one and you can paypal me.
Coffee/hangouts & gifts!
Great way to start any day.
@bbbriandonnelly I can’t thank you enough for REMAINS Vol. 1
Rad concept & execution
Portrait of Raz Fresco. Kensington Market, 2014. Part of my “New North” indie hip hop project. I did a short interview with Modern Toronto about the project this week.
Posted on Saturday, March 8th 2014
Reblogged from SoTeeOh
This year my Chinese New Year was really special, I got to celebrate with Tessar Lo and to see his art with all our friends and family. It felt so nice to see everyone and to know people came out to support our very own artist. Through out the night I kept hearing Tessar’s laughter and see him smiling from ear to ear. It made me so happy to see him like this and to share this special moment with him.
When I reflect back, I realized in his last show at Cooper Cole Gallery was our beginning of our friendship. It’s been over a year(+) and sometimes it feels like it’s been friends longer. In his last show : "Past, Present, Past - Present," he told a story about love, time, growth, and sadness. I remember his paintings were expressive and the colour of red was recurrent in his paintings. He also did some sculptures which was refreshing.
We can really see the progression in him and new his work taken by this last year. All his wanderings, his relationships and his passion for art really came through in current art show :oh, ou, ohh, o, Tessar once said to me “you’re lucky because no one really get’s to see me work” and he was right. I’ve spent most of my evenings going over to his studio just to watch him make art. He always surprised me with is new experiments with materials and getting excited when he finds a solution to his problems. Everyday was a new day, a new discovery. Nothing ever stopped him from doing what he wanted to do, he just did it. I want to thank him for inspiring me to live my life the same way.
Two of my favorite paintings is the large mix media jungle pieces. It reminded me when we traveled to L.A together and walking through the beautiful gardens that we visited. Just like in his paintings there is abundance and overgrown of unique plants, so much growth and so much life. His paintings looks more three dimensional as you can see the shadows and layers of paper pasted on top of each other. In his whole art career this is the most green he’s used in his paintings, and I felt those were the strongest paintings in the show. He displayed preliminary works of his off cuts of and some samples of different papers he painted to create texture in his paintings on the table.I really liked how he construct the table facings the painting across from each other. It demonstrates a nice transition from the beginning and final results of his works.
I over heard him said to someone that everything he loves about Japan is because they don’t make art, they live in it. Everything he aspires in his life is to live and breath within art. When I walked into the gallery, it felt like I was inside his studio again. All the collection of his work and even the way he set up the tables low. It reminded me of his desk, close and intimate, the items he chose to put into the show were things that sat in his studio for months and even years. His playfulness and his experiments with materials. Sculptures he made, photos of his travels (printed) and his sketchbook pages. Even his pallet that he used for many years. All these things all matters to him because it tells a story about a specific time in his life.
What we saw at his art show was a glimpse of Tessar’s life.
Posted on Sunday, February 2nd 2014
Reblogged from paddy leung
WIN Great Art This Thanksgiving!
2 posters designed by brilliant technical illustrator James Provost are up for grabs. Mid-Century Modern Furniture and Modern Homes.
Visit http://bit.ly/1gc0yxk for entry details.
Don’t miss out, the giveaway concludes Tuesday!
Posted on Sunday, October 13th 2013