March 30th, 2017 | Art, Culture

Photojournalist Gyasi Explores the Fragility of Life in ‘The Last Days’ Project

"What would you do with your last 24 hours?" Multi-disciplinary artist and photojournalist, Gyasi, created a reflective portrait project based on this harrowing question. Using a polaroid camera and a smile Gyasi has dug deep into the minds and ...

March 27th, 2017 | Art, Culture

Illustrator Darius Moreno Talks Hood Rich Visuals for Goldlink’s Debut Album

The cover art for Goldlink’s feel-good new single, "Crew” is simply breathtaking and artist illustrator, Darius Moreno, depicts the city limit compatriots as hood royalty using a drawing style reminiscent of the early 2000s. The artwork ...

February 15th, 2017 | Art, Culture

Catch Whitney Museum’s Exhibit on Identity

 Portraits are timeless pieces of history whether we realize it or not. How many times have you gazed at an old photo in a class textbook and wondered who the person photographed or drawn was? What was their life like? What was their purpose? The ...

February 14th, 2017 | Art, Music

Use These V-Day Cards For Your Special Someone

This Valentine's Day is a cool for me... even though I don't have a partner this go round. But, I didn't let a lack of romantic love stop my creative juices from flowing; and honestly, they were probably intensified by the relationship I've been ...

February 13th, 2017 | Art

The Met Releases 375,000 Pieces of Artwork Avaiable for Download

Due to the open access policy at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the famous art house is now showing over 375,000 pieces on their website. But peep this: the various masterpieces are now available for download. That's some futuristic ...