For their annual Fall Ball, NYC-based arts production organization Creative Time hosted a slumber party. And—since it was created by the people who brought Kara Walker’s epic Domino Sugar Factory exhibition to Brooklyn—this was no ordinary sleepover……
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Three Blacked-out Boots For Fall: Keeping it simple but never basic with mixed materials in a monochromatic colorway
With the temperatures dropping and the days getting shorter here in NYC, it’s the optimal time to invest in versatile all-weather footwear. Opting for the color that truly does go with everything, we sought out boots in all black that could standup to weather while being dressed up or down….
Read more about Artist utilises mixed media in ‘Zine a Month’ challenge at CreativeBloq.com
When illustrator Eleni Kalorkoti embarked on a year-long zine challenge, she wanted the impetus to create more personal work. The premise was simple: one zine a month, every month, for a year. Each issue was based around a personally relevant theme, such as moving to London or inspiring actresses.
Read more about Mind-bending commercial is a mixed media marvel at CreativeBloq.com
vimeo: 98232118 A visual effects masterpiece, this new commercial promotes the new summer season of Brain Games on The National Geographic Channel. Created by creative production company Evolve Digital Cinema and produced by Andy Baker, the spot mixes a whole heap of incredible VFX and live-action beautifully.
Jennifer Abessira: We Live as We Dream—Alone: The Tel Aviv-based artist’s new solo exhibition is a mixed media feast for the eyes
by Ross Belfer It’s difficult to pinpoint the precise inspiration behind Jennifer Abessira’s artwork. Collagist, observer, anachronistic collector, photographer, mixed-media artist—Abessira is influenced by and works with almost everything and anything. Over the past year, the…
Toronto-based designer/illustrator Leeay Aikawa has a special talent for crafting mixed media collages that are simply fascinating.
Leeay on her inspiration:
I like mixing old and new, classical and edgy, to create a bizarre world. In a way, this multi-cultured city of Toronto established me as a collage artist as this city shows lots of opposite combos like that and always surprises me!
In addition to her work as a Staff Illustrator for Rookie, she’s had her collage and illustration work featured in The New York Times, The Stranger, Le Monde, The Atlantic, The Globe and Mail and beyond.
There’s much more to see on her website, so be certain to check it out!