What do you get when you upend a full set of Panatone pens and place an A1 sheet of 200gsm smooth, uncoated white paper on top of the exposed nibs? London based artist Daniel Eatock's Felt-tip Prints, of course.
"I knew I wanted to do a series of portraits of women," Allyn tells us of Strange Beautiful, the series she has since produced that is taking images of femininity and turning them on their beautiful heads, "I wanted the series to reflect metamorphosis, an evolution in society, in women, in men and how things shift and change."
Monday night in Minneapolis is shaping up to be a full-scale collision between emerging bands and early twentieth century film. Indie up-and-comers Dark Dark Dark will be joinedat the Walker Art Center by the Modern Times Spychestra to perform their own score to accompany Fritz Lang's 1928 silent classic Spies.