Where isn't the Yoskay Yamamoto art? We're happy to have helped him get this gig. The LA Film Festival is a juggernaut here in LA. It's beginning soon, but meanwhile take a look at the where YY's work is being plastered. It even beats out Terrorism in London in the LA Times. It's in the LA Weekly above and on billboards around LA.
Article on Godeleine de Rosamel in the LA Weekly by Eva Recinos. Illustrator Godeleine de Rosamel's book Drawing With Circles has a simple premise it lets young artists “create some of their very first masterpieces” by using just circles. On the cover, a dog with an orange body balances a beach ball on his little round nose. The idea is to get kids to unleash their creativity by drawing with shapes they already know. (Continued at the LA Weekly)
LA Weekly Since its former life as a magazine and in its current existence as an art gallery and store, Giant Robot has a reputation for championing up-and-coming artistic talents, many of whom have gone on to acclaimed careers. Now the fourth edition of the Giant Robot Biennale returns to the Japanese American National Museum, bringing together some of the best known artists associated with the brand. James Jean's sketchbooks will be on display. Edwin Ushiro will have a re-creation of his own studio as part of the exhibition. Katsuya Terada is providing live art and the husband-wife duo kozyndan is creating a mural in the museum. Plus there will be works from the likes of Luke Chueh, Audrey Kawasaki...
Article about the Giant Robot Biennale 3 by Liz Ohanesian. Thank you much. Luke Chueh: “”I really believe that Giant Robot helped promote that the fact that there is more to this scene than the Japanese Superflat artists,” says Chueh, referencing artist Murakami and like-minded artists in Japan.” (LA Weekly – Biennale 3)