Strolling Through Spring Flowers with Photographer & Designer Claire Droppert

Gravity series: Flower Power
We first came across the work of Claire Droppert a couple years ago while browsing through photo magazines exhibiting new and unique work. At the time we had seen her Sand Creatures series and thought it was a wonderfully creative, yet simple concept. Fast forward a year and we began discussions with …

Posted on March 11, 2017

Yes, Death: Rachel Stern on Cemeteries, Oscar Wilde, and How Death Can Be Cute

“Yes, death. Death must be so beautiful. To lie in the soft brown earth, with the grasses waving above one’s head, and listen to silence. To have no yesterday, and no tomorrow. To forget time, to forget life, to be at peace.” –Oscar Wilde
Yes, Death. opened on June 17th, and is New York-based artist Rachel …

Posted on July 6, 2016

Don’t Worry Baby: Sitting down with director Julian Branciforte to discuss Don’t Worry Baby – his cinematic feature debut

What’s up? I hear you’re busy in LA these days. Let’s start at the end of this journey and work our way back – what are the final moments like before releasing a film?
I’m back and forth. Personally I think it’s hard to keep working and limit yourself to one or the other…or at all for …

Posted on June 9, 2016

Blake Lewis: Discovering new ways of transforming light in the dark room

So let’s start with the obvious question: when did you discover you could do such visually stunning photographic works…without actually using a camera?
It happened while on my MA, I knew that I wanted to work with analogue photography, and was already familiar with photograms, a technique which goes back to the very early days of …

Posted on May 14, 2016

Steve Kim: catching up with the artist ahead of his new work debut at the Pixel Palette exhibit

We first discovered Steve’s work 2 years ago. Immediately we were fixated by his hyper attention to the detail in all aspects of his work. The relentless focus on subject, color and composition is clear. Steve skillfully employs the beautiful elements of classical portraiture, while constantly pushing the boundaries to incorporate abstract, forward-looking concepts. We had a chance to catch up …

Posted on February 27, 2016

Paul Morris: Reconstructions of sand and the city

Paul Morris has been an NYC native ever since graduating from design school here. We recently exhibited his ‘Double Freedom’ series at our NYC gallery in the West Village, where Morris also resides. His approach to photography and collage has evolved significantly over the years and we had a chance to catch up with …

Posted on January 24, 2016