Los Angeles documentary filmmaker Eric Minh Swenson tells the story of Millie Brown's Rainbow Body and her supporting cast in this short video. Eric focuses on documenting the LA art scene through film, photography, and writing. Within the last three years, he's produced nearly 400 films on the art world and is always a familiar face amongst the crowds.
LOS ANGELES | MOCA PACIFIC DESIGN CENTER | FEBRUARY 7 - MAY 17, 2015
Favorite works from Bernhard Willhelm 3000: When Fashion Shows The Danger Then Fashion Is The Danger on exhibition at MOCA Pacific Design Center. Featuring the work of designers Bernhard Willhelm and Jutta Kraus in their first American museum exhibition, the show follows the relocation of Willhelm and his Paris-based studio team (headed by Kraus) to Los Angeles. Alongside Willhelm's Fall/Winter 2015–16 collection are sculptural works, video, photography, and the collective energy of a site-specific project where friends like Malcom Stewart lend a helping hand in adding extra spray paint and fun.
This is Thing 1 of Thing 1 and Thing 2 by Elena Stonaker, soft sculpture developed into a wearable piece. Hand-painted indian ink and embroidery beads on cotton with polyfil stuffing. Edition 1 of 1 available work, for inquiries please email email@example.com.
Thing 2 by Elena Stonaker was originally a soft sculpture, which the artist developed into a wearable piece. Thing 2 was recently acquired by Miami collector and Alchemist manager Jasmine Kastel. Both were made for each other!
Collector Jasmine Kastel also acquired Eyes for Days by Elena Stonaker, a hand-sewn and painted piece made of silk scarves. Congratulations!!
El Oftalmólogo Curioso or The Curious Ophthalmologist is an curatorial blog dedicated to the curious eye and its aesthetic doctors. Alongside an invitational line up of international purveyors of all things beautiful, weird, and cool, Natology brings her favorites to the mix. Created by Madrid sister Dr. Teresa Jimenez, the concept brings together various trusted perspectives into an online gallery that is an ever-changing place for discovering the world's cultural underground. The internet hosts a great source of inspiration and El Oftomologo Curioso presents a wonderful place for sharing its visual delights. Happy New Year to my family of aesthetic doctors!
Deon Rubi is the Nom de Guerre of artist and designer Lucila Garcia De Onrubia. Originally from Argentina, DEONRUBI was given to the artist by the American school system and since, became the moniker for all of her creative practices. From being featured in the Perez Art Museum Miami (PAMM Shop) to collaborations with artists like Magnus Sodamin, and her iconic graphics by Miami muralist Serge Toussaint, Deon Rubi has become a recognized name within the Miami community.
Both fans of expanding the experience of art through wearable works, Natology's collaboration and representation of Deon Rubi was as natural as the hand-shaped acrylic pieces in this exclusive series of Wearable Sculpture. Deon Rubi was featured by Natology at Scope Miami Beach 2014 and welcomed into various private collections including prominent New York City collector and art matron Elizabeth A Sackler.
Below is the Wearable Sculpture collection for Natology and images from our first studio visit where Deon Rubi's blend of minimalist design, traditional jewelry technique and repurposed materials made its way into my heart.
In the spirit of creating wearables based on an artistic series, David Tamargo presents a line of jewelry inspired by Urban Hunting. A Natology selection and wonderful gift, Urban Hunting brings situational fantasy into a handmade line of works commemorating the swampy icons of Floridian wildlife.
Visit the Urban Hunter's Etsy to make your holiday purchase and enter "Natology" for an additional 15% discount!