You were bound to have missed some cool stuff at this year’s Alternative Press Expo, but fear not, here’s a list of some of the raddest creators that may have flown under your radar.
“Photography is like any art. There are many paths to take, but there is no formula, or ‘right’ way to do it.”
If you’re wondering what exactly is going on that’s okay—it’s all part of the experience.
Berkeley’s Zughaus Gallery houses dinosaurs and unicorns and art-loving humans. Its latest show, Creation(-ism), was sensor-ific.
A dreamworld filled with morbid creatures acting out their wildest fantasies.
Los Angeles-based artist S.A. Richard is inspired by skateboarding, pop art, rock and roll, Dutch madmen painters, and the mythic and dark history of California’s settlers, oilers, and dreamers.
A local artist and comic shop team up to bring two art mediums together.
First Fridays of the month is the Oakland Art Murmur, and as a new resident I headed out to see what I could see in Temescal.
Developmentally disabled artists flourish as the supernatural comes alive
Where curiousity meets the cartoon.
“It’s a statement of a large art that should be out in the world…”
“Street life of the animal realm.”
An art benefit for typhoon victims lets monsters run amok–but with an urban twist.
I often make art on odd, discarded, or junk surfaces. I like to re-use.
“imagine an ancient typewriter in which all the keys have disappeared, save for three tiny letters: f, i, n.”
Shots of some of San Francisco’s finest street art, the ultimate in guerrilla showcasing.