As an artist with her own own unique eye, Danielle Krysa has the innate ability to spot the mastery of emerging artists who surround her. In fact, Krysa spent so much time being jealous of other artists prior to her established career, that she turned it into a side hustle, which she aptly titled The Jealous Curator. Krysa’s success lies in her enthusiasm, aesthetic eye, and passion.
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Las Vegas-based illustrator Abbie Paulhus pairs the brilliant mind of Wes Anderson with the twenty-six letters of the English alphabet, allowing...
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The Giant Robot Post-It Show is the stuff of legends. Each year, this Los Angeles-based gallery’s walls are plastered in Post-its, each one created by a premier artist. Audrey Kawasaki, Stella Im Hultberg, and Yoskay Yamamoto are among the list of esteemed artists this year, as well as Pop Surrealist painter Luke Chueh, The Simpsons creator Matt Groening, and so many more. So how does this gallery get such big names to draw on Post-it notes?