Category: Art

Why Marianne Should Be Your Post Stranger Things, Spooky Season Binge on Netflix

(NO SPOILERS) Marianne is an 8-episode show on Netflix about author Emma Larsimon confronting the terrors and trauma of her childhood by returning to her hometown. Only to discover that her evil character might actually be real. During this time, she is reunited with…

Murals In Los Angeles: Carly Ealey, Lydia Emily, Robert Vargas

One thing that I have come to realize in my short time in LA is that art is the lungs of the city. I’ve traveled to a lot of major cities in the US: Detroit, Chicago, Miami, Atalanta, etc. And even though Detroit has…

Graphic Design Without Photoshop: Free or Cheap Design Tools to Help Artists

Let me start off by saying I am cheap and I can’t stand how much Adobe charges for their products. As a Freelance Graphic Designer and Illustrator trying to find her footing in Los Angeles, finding cheap tools to design is a must. Not…

Game Corner: 5 Reasons to Play Escaped Chasm Today (and One Reason You Shouldn’t)

After my second run of Undertale, I was searching for a new RPG-style game, which are few and far between these days. That’s when I came across Escaped Chasm. After spending an afternoon playing the game, I realized more people needed to experience it…

Art in Los Angeles: Mural of Mario Torero compared to Byzantine and Medieval Art

Every day that I go for a run, I take the same path from my apartment to Echo Park, passing local businesses and fruit sellers. I also pass this mural by Mario Torero and D. Von Simons, created in 2014. For being over 5…

Artist Feature: Mitchell Kois’ Short Film “The Audition”

The release of Mitchell Kois’ second short film “The Audition” is now available via Vimeo. Check out the video by following this link. Mitchell Kois is a writer, director, and actor from South Bend, Indiana. He is a recent graduate from Indiana University, Bloomington,…