Art / Design
Embracing Imperfection: Artist Tofer Chin
Tofer Chin is a family man, visual artist and lifetime Los Angeleno. Through mindfulness and introspection, he’s optimized his creative practice and found the flow.
The Ever-Smiling Artist: Daniel Pavlovic
Daniel Pavlovic faces each day like it’s his last. Though the young Australian artist, designer, and owner of the t-shirt brand Daniel (ink.) suffers from cerebral palsy, he views the world through a radically positive lens and gives back to those who helped him on his journey.
Breaking the Mold: Tim & Gene of Google Japan
Tim Seddon and Gene Brutty are a double-headed hydra of creativity. Though they didn’t know one another growing up in Perth, the pair of Creative Directors at Google Japan function like a double-celled amoeba of creativity fused into a single organism.
Breaking the Mold: Emergence Creative Festival 2018
In the rural beauty of Margaret River in Western Australia, a growing tribe of creatives, entrepreneurs, techies, and all-around thinkers gathered for a three-day event devoted to one of the twenty-first century’s most enlightened trends.
Jesse Draxler: Misophonia and Dreams in Greyscale
Jesse Draxler translates feeling into form. During projects, the colorblind artist retreats into the woods to clean out his hangups. When he returns, he produces dream-seeming, grey-scaled works across different media.
Grit and Sublimity in the City of Angels: George Byrne on Photographing an Underdog City
Photographer George Byrne has a near-Zen relationship with Los Angeles. The Aussie’s work captures the expansiveness, grit, and surreal beauty of the city’s unique, postmodern landscape.