Honeysuckle took to the streets of Los Angeles, where we caught up with makeup artist, stylist, photographer, director, and Laganja Estranja's best friend Robert Hayman.
He acknowledges our country’s severe problems of social inequity, but inspires his children with unbridled optimism that they can create their own realities.
People loved how this weird and funny writer spoke his mind and did not care what anybody felt about it, and did it all through a relatively new and exciting platform.
Firstly, I want to establish something. This is not a review; this is a documentation of an experience. I am not a theatre critic and have neither the qualifications nor desire to be. God knows New York has a surplus of aspiring critics to rival its aspiring actors, and, up to now, the most experience...
“What are you doing to check off your goals? Do you possess mementos of your journey? How do you process what you consume?” Andrew Thiele’s Gallery 8 solo exhibit: Moral Compass posed these questions directly to the viewer. The introspective exhibit highlighted themes of identity, environment, and action through intricate mixed media pieces pulling...
In 1989, less than 5% of the artists in the modern art sections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art were female; by 2005, this number had dropped to less than 3%. The Museum of Modern Art shares a dismal result.
John Lurie is known for music, movies, and unique art. Each of his paintings are christened with peculiar titles that no one but John Lurie could have come up with think up.
Yosuke Ono has a real surrealist edge with a pop culture twist. He is a 38 year old artist based in Tokyo, Japan. He started doodling at age 3 and by the time he was 16 he had his first solo art show in his hometown.
New York based artist Heather Gleason creates Halloween inspired art all year round. Self taught, she paints the creepy and cute from our favorite time of year, Halloween, using high quality Acrylic and oil paints. Heather uses her artistry as a kind of therapy.
A classically-trained illustrator and compulsive sketcher, Bennett Klein has been designing and illustrating for over 30 years. His preference for fanciful black and white drawings is a natural fit for the adult colouring world.