After the full moon, when the tide is the lowest, you'll find a century of fossils from a gone NY, trails of washed-out rainbow colored bottles, a graffitied shipwreck buried by time. Hundreds of years of history written in the sand.
This gallery is located in the Toei Animation. Toei Animation, with the history of more than 50 years, is a representative animation company in Japan, and has produced a lot of animated movies and TV animated cartoons. In this gallery, the valuable interesting things used in the animations beforehand are displayed.
You have a lot of hills to choose from in San Francisco but in my opinion the best (and most varied) views are from Bernal Hill. Bonus: from my kitchen table I can watch tiny blobs moving around on this hill-- slow blobs are people, fast blobs are dogs.
If I had to choose one singular and authentic bar in Barcelona, I'll say "Mendizábal".
This is not a fancy bar, and that's what I love of Mendizábal. But it doesn't mean it isn't a cute one with a beautiful decoration and good prices.
They have a two very differentiated spaces: one privileged terrace in the city center, and the interior salon. Them both are awesome, and it's perfect because you can decide which one fits better with the situation.
They do tapas, sandwich, juices, burgers and veggi burgers.
In my opinion, they have the best vegetarian sandwich offer in town.
But the most important, you can leave the bar without eating their "patatas bravas"
Nothing is more quintessentially New York than a diner. This eatery not only serves excellent, traditional diner fare, but does so in an eclectic environment that mixes Baroque decadence with Midtown grit.
I first came to this store, bike and barber shop to photograph its owner, a well known rapper from Barcelona. It's a nice place to find some good hip-hop classic records, buy a bike and also have your beard or your hair shaved.
In Inokashira Park Zoo is the oldest female elephant in Japan, her name is Hanako. She became 64 years old in January 2011. She came from Thailand in 1949 and became popular. We all wish her long life. However, there was a tragedy that Hanako accidentally stepped over the staff working there and killed him. She was called “murderer” at that time.
Junku Nishimura was born in a small coal-mine village in 1967, in Yamaguchi prefecture, western Japan, where he lived until he was 18. Then entered college in Kyoto where he studied Latin American affairs. After college performed as a club DJ, worked as a construction worker and he got a job with a cement manufacturer, worked at tunnel construction sites across the country as a concrete expert.
Then he got a Leica and began photographing the places he worked. After 18 years working, he quit his job and photographed countries and regions wandering around the world. He now workｓ as a freelance photographer.
Angela Santana is a Swiss artist based in New York City. Santana creates large scale oil paintings based on the vast amount of illicit imagery online. She combines digital painting techniques with classical oil painting.
Matthew Broadhead is a British photographer based in Southwest England.
In July 2016, he graduated from the BA (Hons) Photography program at the University of Brighton and has since gained sustained recognition for his ongoing body of work A Space for Humans: The Moon on Earth (formerly titled Heimr). A Space for Humans was featured in the July 2016 edition of The British Journal of Photography, December 2017 issue of Wallpaper*, The Exposed Issue 2 and Fisheye Vol. 1. He has also been selected as a winner for awards from Magnum, Photoworks, and Organ Vida.
Broadhead’s practice entails an engagement with photography as a critical medium and explores the conjunctions between different subjects; notably geology, anthropology, history, and mythology. His research in these areas is meant to change how he interacts with subjects in different contexts in addition to his recording methodology. Operating at the intersection between documentary and conceptual art, he creates fictional bodies of work based on factual source material.
Noelle is a brand-first graphic designer, focusing on true stories that build emotional connections between clients and their customers.
When she's not working, she's exploring a neighborhood or mountain in Los Angeles.
Born in 1989, of Hungarian origin, Kata Geibl studied photography in Budapest at the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design and at Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture in Helsinki, Finland. Her work is mainly focused on humanity, collective memory and the ambiguities of the photographic medium. In the last 3 years she has exhibited in group shows in Budapest and became a member of the young Artists’ and Photographers’ Association. She will present her most recent series, Sisyphus, at the Unseen Amsterdam festival in September. In 2018 she received the Photography Scholarship of the Association of Hungarian Photographers and won the emerging talent Carte Blanche Students Award founded by Paris Photo.
I wear many hats – most of which can't be showcased on one platform! I do the most all the time and challenge humans to do better and be better. I believe art heals, listening is important, traveling is essential and one shouldn't be judged for their love of adult onesies. Just sayin. ;)
Los Angeles-based artist Eric Yahnker seems to have a very odd and dark sense of humour which is reflected in almost all of his works of art. His mixed media and collage masterpieces combine traditional and classic images with some twisted humor and caustic wit. He received his B.F.A. in animation from the California Institute Of Arts and studied journalism at University of Southern California. Eric Yahnker lives and work in Los Angeles, California.
'Matthew's classwork has been of an excellent standard this term, reaching Level 2 in both Reading and Maths, and yet his progress is being hindered by his constant chatter with those around him. Having started the year extremely positively, he has become increasingly less focused on his work and more and more preoccupied with playtime.'
Oliver Montiel, creative and art director based in Barcelona. In 2007, after working for different studios and agencies, he and Olmo García founded Bold, an award-winning branding studio that has worked for clients like the European Commission, Barcelona’s Contemporary Art Museum (MACBA), the City Council of Barcelona, the Government of Catalonia and Mercat de les Flors (European House Dance), among others. His passion for editorial design and packaging has helped him direct his career towards projects that focus on the final product as a piece that will increase the brand image and take it forward. His personal projects include teaching in different design schools, editor for Muster magazine and photography. His work has been exhibited in Lisbon, San Sebastian and Barcelona.
I’m an art director who works and lives amongst Valencia, Barcelona and Ibiza. I’m very inspired by pop culture, naïve imagery, The Pink Panther, horror and B movies plus the ironic side of the kitsch aesthetics.
North London-based artist Georgina McNamara graduated from the MA Fine Art course at St Martins in September 2011. Her work is currently on show in Bloomberg New Contemporaries at London's ICA which runs until 15 January 2012.