. . . . . “Beyond Noh” is short documentary film by Patrick Smith that dives into the subject of masks. The movie shows off 3,475 different masks from around the globe. The video here is an excerpt from the film. The masks are from vastly different cultures, ancient andContinue Reading

The Topps chewing gum and baseball card company has launched Project 70 to celebrate seventy years of producing annual baseball card collections. For the project Topps commissioned 51 artists and creators to design a limited-edition set of cards. We usually don’t follow sports closely (except maybe for European soccer andContinue Reading

Artist Misaki Kawai‘s current exhibition of new work at the Hole Gallery in New York City could at a brief glance easily be called “kawaii,” the Japanese word that means “cute” and connotes an entire culture (and myriad sub-cultures) that express the cute aesthetic. Its roots are from Japan, andContinue Reading

British photographer Ian Holworth‘s images remind us of the work of another photographer, William Eggleston, and the painter Edward Hopper. Holworth’s photos capture life and people in British coastal towns like Brighton, his home, and the mundane artifacts, romantic encounters and drab settings that establish the tone of the urbanContinue Reading