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Design Trends 2019 — What to Expect We’ve turned the corner for the new year and a fresh start means new design trends are just around the corner too. We’ve rounded up some of the most exciting trends announcing their debut in the next year. Here’s what the design fortune cookie told us… Gorodok495 – Dreamstime.com 1. Open-minded Compositions All the talks about decentralized systems have made their gradient way into the world of

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Attaboy's "Cradle of Life" installation, which premiered at the “Art of the Mushroom” group show at Compound Gallery last year, is now headed to the the LA Art Show on Jan. 23-27. It will be part of the Littletopia section of the event. The Hi-Fructose co-founder designed the work as rideable, and as you can see below, revelers at the Compound Gallery events took him up on the opportunity. More

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Everything in Will Kopelman’s apartment, it seems, has a tale to tell. Take just the living room, for example. A 1977 Triumph Bonneville 750 motorcycle stands like a sculpture in one corner. “When I had my children, I decided I didn’t want to ride anymore,” says the art adviser, who oversaw the decoration of the home he shares with his two daughters—Olive, six, and Frankie, four—from his previous marriage to

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Operating for nearly three decades, Photo L.A. is the longest running international photographic art fair on the West Coast. A collaborative platform that links dealers and collectors with a gamut of galleries from around the globe, it cultivates connections between industry elite and up-and-coming talent alike, bringing the best of the photography world. Returning to Los Angeles for its 27th edition this January, Photo L.A. 2019 will be hosted in the historic Barker Hangarfor the first time. In

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Thomas Medicus (previously) is a master of illusion. The Austria-based artist builds boxes from segments of laser-cut acrylic glass which present a different image depending on which angle you view the rotating sculpture. In his most recent work, Head Instructor, concept follows form. The piece presents several viewpoints of an androgynous human’s head, showcasing the hidden thoughts and viewpoints that might occupy one’s mind. “In Head Instructor I tried to show that when you

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Pseudonymous Indian street artist DAKU recently installed an immersive text-based work in Panjim, Goa. Placed along 31st January Road, a fishnet structure suspends letters above pedestrians. The region’s abundant sunlight pours through to cast shadows on the street, spelling out tropes about the passage of time. Some of the phrases include, “Time works wonders. Time moves. Time flies over us, but leaves its shadow behind. Time fades. Time is an

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Remember those cute temporary tattoos you would get out of the quarter machines as a kid? You would beg your parents for all the spare change they had in their pockets, then run over to choose one of the cheap toys. If you were one of the cool kids you always chose a temp tattoo — ideally the barbed wire or a cupid's heart. Now those washable tattoos have made

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When you make the decision to go gray, there is not a one-size-fits-all approach to how to do it. The process can vary dramatically depending upon the length of hair, texture and color. Curly hair helps blend the line of demarcation better than straight hair. The shorter the hair, the faster the transition. Continue reading.

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