Maria Svarbova was born in 1988 in Slovakia. Her signature photographic style explores a carefully orchestrated tension between profound human loneliness and isolation, set against a starkly beautiful and intriguing visual purity. To see more of her work, click here.
Paintings by New York-based artist Eric Shaw. Shaw and artist Adam Parker Smith will be exhibiting new work at Ever Gold Projects, which is part of the Minnesota Street Project at 1275 Minnesota St., starting September 10th and running until October 22nd.
To check out more of his work, click here
*all images taken from artist’s site
Lili Des Bellons is an illustrator and graphic designer living and working in Paris, France. You can see more of her colorful and vibrant work on her website.
*all images from http://lilidesbellons.com/
Rare Weaves is a clothing / textiles line produced by Hartley Goldstein Jr. out of New York City. His garments have traditional utilitarian silhouettes and take concepts of repair, patchwork, quilting and sashiko to the extremes, and are often dyed/painted on by hand. They suggest a compiled history of many workers and creatives, all stitched together. You can see more of Rare Weaves here.
Local buddies Alite and My Tiny Atlas are teaming up to present a stellar new photo show, curated from Instagram posts with the #mytinyatlasSolas. The photo show doubles as a launch party for their collab camera bag Kickstarter campaign!! Stop by the opening at the Alite Outpost, with gorgeous prints from Social Print Studio and some some delicious local treats from Lorenza Rosé and Guittard Chocolate Company.
August 18th, 6-9 pm. All photos will be in an online gallery as well!
“Nearly Eternal” is a 2015 publication of subversive, futuristic food photography. A collaboration between photographer Norbert Schoerner and art director Steve Nakamura, the photographs are surreal, playful, haunting, and occasionally, humorous. Exploring a fine line between reality and fiction, all but a few of the carefully arranged foodstuffs are actually plastic display models posed in a variety of settings.
For fall and holidays 2016, LPP is inviting artists, designers, and small brands to host pop-ups in the store.
We are looking for like-minded people who share similar aesthetics. If you think what you make is a good fit for the shop and are looking to expand your audience with a space to display and sell, then email us with a link to your work and the days you are looking to be in the shop.
Pictured above is the space you will get, along with the window next to it. You can use any display items we have available or bring your own. Our pop-ups are for smaller objects/products. This isn’t for clothing or large pieces. Bring your own way of taking sales. Since we are charging a flat fee, all the sales you make are yours to keep.
Both days: $800
November 26th through the end of December: $1000 per day
On our end: We will make sure to promote your pop-up on all social media platforms, newsletters, and in-store flyers. We want this to be a great experience for you and for us! Let’s collaborate!
Email [email protected] with the subject line: Pop-Up Submission.
The work of New York-based artist Lauren Seiden.
My work explores the essential elements of process and materiality through an intuitive and intimate layering of graphite; testing the conventions of drawing by breaking down the surface and transforming these materials into a physical, textural and structural form. My paper works are situated not as a medium of preparation or provision, but as a final form displayed on wooden stretcher bars; further expanding upon the notion of drawing as painting and painting as sculpture. [...] As with the paper, my interest with thread and steel is to push beyond the limits inherent in the material’s natural state. Graphite still pervades every surface, coating the thread, and delicately spanning the webs of steel mesh.
To see more, click here
* images and text from artist’s website
Katrin Coetzer is an illustrator from Cape Town, South Africa. You can see more of her work here.
*All images from artist’s website
Jongjin Park is a South Korean ceramicist currently pursuing his PhD at Kookmin University. His ceramic sculptures are formed from thousands of thin layers of clay slip painted on paper towels and stacked into impossibly nuanced blocks. To see more of his work, click here.