The process of upcycling converts waste into want. In making these garments, coconut husks were upcycled into an odor-resistant, fast drying, Cocotex® yarn. They are then blended with Repreve® recycled plastic bottles polyester yarns to create the perfect performance boardshort

Opening May 4th, 2017, during Frieze week NY “SOMETHING’S WRONG” a solo exhibition by Martine Johanna The sense of an impending doom is being fulfilled in, “Something’s Wrong”. Embodying a disappointment in idealistic dreams in the harsh light of reality.

EXPRESSION SESSION 2 Please join us for this free cultural experience as we talk story with special guests representing “Echo Beach” on Saturday, June 3rd from 8 am – 11 am @vacancy_coffee and hosted by @banksjournal located at 6480 West

Save Our Souls Launches Pop-Up Gallery at Sorenity Rocks To Raise Funds and Awareness for the Los Angeles Homeless Crisis   Friday, May 19th – Sunday, May 21st Notable artists include: Aaron Axelrod, Alden Marin, Alec Monopoly, Alison Van Pelt,


Library Street Collective presents KELSEY BROOKES: Position On view: April 27 – June 10, 2017 Opening reception: Thursday, April 27, 6 – 8pm Library Street Collective is pleased to present Position, an exhibition of new paintings by Kelsey Brookes on

RVCA San Francisco is pleased to announce a solo exhibition featuring RVCA advocate Daniel Fuller, opening reception Friday, May 5th, 2017. Fuller will be presenting a series of large scale new works that will be on view till June 15th,

THE ART OF ROOS VAN DE VLIET interview • liz rice mccray This month we had the pleasure of interviewing the lovely, talented, Dutch artist Roos Van Der Vliet. Roos is concerned with the human condition, particularly with how living

VESTAL VILLAGE 2017 words • joey marshall The annual pilgrimage to the desert for this year’s Coachella Music Festival was one for the history books. And even though my personal adventure never actually made it to the holy grail of

VIVA MEXICO! photos • courtesy of D’Blanc words • joey marshall Oh Mexico, how much I love thee. You have been the epicenter of so many wonderful adventures – so many barrels, so many fish, so many beers, so many