CLICK HERE The show BURN: A Retrospective was a sweet success. It was a balmy night on a romantic street in Chinatown Los Angeles. Bombay Sapphire poured. CROWN spun groovy beats and the busy crowd was in a glow. CLICK HERE to see the event. Everyone is still talking about it!
Fortuna Project, located in the Caprice County, is the fine art gallery curated by the Department of Fine Art and Good Taste for the Fellowship of Fortuna.
“Every (human being) is more than just (oneself); he (or she) also represents the unique, the very special and always significant and remarkable point at which the world’s phenomena intersect, only once in this way and never again. That is why every man’s story is important, eternal, sacred; that is why every man, as long as he lives and fulfills the will of nature, is wondrous, and worthy of every consideration. In each individual the spirit has become flesh, in each man the creation suffers, within each one a redeemer is nailed to the cross.”
-–- Herman Hesse
The Huffington Post just featured an article of “The Best Street Art in Los Angeles” curated by LA Taco. This mural by DUCE and his G.A.W. crew resides on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles. Please note the good-lookin’ Fortuna crown and shield centered near the bottom. Awesome. (G.A.W. stands for Graphitti Award Winners, Good Always Wins, Ghetto Art Work or Geniuses At Work. You choose.)
We love SoCal, hot rods, tiki gods and Robert Williams. This Wednesday night, LACMA will screen a new documentary about the history and wild times of our next Whitney Biennial superstar. After the screening, Coagula editor Mat Gleason will ask the questions and Williams will provide the answers. Why do we love Robert Williams? “I’m still the same guy I was when we were cranking out the lowbrow mags and customizing hot rods.” For more info, Read More