We have a dreamy new selection of products in the store, inspired by the moon…
1. Leather Knot Necklace by Rachel Ravitch // 2. Corkscrew by Bottle Stock // 3. Whiskey Glasses by Manready Mercantile // 4. Untitled 4, “A Law That Is Implied Without Being Said” Photograph from Jason Gowans // 5. Slingshot from Hella Slingshots // 6. Grande Tote Bag from Lee Coren // 7. Assorted Bracelet from Debbie Carlos // 8. Marble Black+White Planner from Julia Kostreva // 9. Three Spheres Necklace from Debbie Carlos // 10. Black+White Pod Planter // 11. The Essential Hat from The Essential Man // 12. Moon Phase Print from The Adventures Of
Allison Chalco is an artist working in Oakland, CA. To see more of her work click here.
I love all the details within Alice Channer’s work. All these moments above are from several past exhibitions. For more of Alice’s work and to see her exhibitions as a whole, go to Lisa Cooley Gallery.
**All images are from Lisa Cooley Gallery.
Hannah Waldron is a textile designer and artist currently based between Stockholm and London. To see more of her work, visit her site.
Steve Bishop is a London based contemporary artist. To see more of his click here.
Damiani is an artist based in London. To see more of her work visit her site.
Laura Moriarty’s sculptures, prints and installations resonate with the geologic. Their forms, colors, textures and patterns activate the same processes that shape and reshape the earth: heating and cooling, erosion, subduction, friction, enfolding, weathering, slippage.
To see more work from Laura Moriarty click here.
A book release party for CREATIVE BLOCK!
Please join us for drinks, sweet treats, a bit of creativity, and a book signing with author, Danielle Krysa (aka The Jealous Curator), and several Bay Area artists that are featured in the book.
*Books will be for sale at the shop.
Little Paper Planes
855 Valencia Street, San Francisco
Wednesday March 5th, 2014
In his series “tout bien rangé” (“everything arranged neatly”), French artist Armelle Caron deconstructs city maps by isolating individual structural units and arranging them by category and size. By removing units from their geographic context, Caron undoes the fundamental function of the map while still maintaining an essentialized illustration of the cityscape.
To see more of Caron’s work, visit his site.
Jodie Mack is an experimental animator who received her MFA in film, video, and new media from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2007 and currently teaches animation at Dartmouth College. Combining the formal techniques and structures of abstract/absolute animation with those of cinematic genres, her handmade films use collage to explore the relationship between graphic cinema and storytelling, the tension between form and meaning. Musical documentary or stroboscopic archive: her films study domestic and recycled materials to illuminate the elements shared between fine-art abstraction and mass-produced graphic design. Questioning the role of decoration in daily life, the works unleash the kinetic energy of overlooked and wasted objects.
Mack’s 16mm films have screened at a variety of venues including the Images Festival, Ann Arbor Film Festival, Rotterdam Film Festival, Edinburgh International Film Festival, and Views From the Avant Garde at the New York Film Festival. She has presented solo programs of her work at venues such as the Anthology Film Archives, Los Angeles Filmforum, REDCAT, and the BFI London Film Festival. She has also worked as a curator and administrator with Dartmouth’s EYEWASH: Experimental Films and Videos, Florida Experimental Film and Video Festival, Portland Documentary and Experimental Film Festival, Eye and Ear Clinic, Chicago Underground Film Festival, and The Nightingale. She was a featured artist at the 2011 Flaherty Seminar, and she’s the 2013 recipient of the Marion McMahan Award at the Images Festival.