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5 minutes ago by stjp
Addam Yekutieli (Know Hope)
Over the past decade, Addam Yekutieli (pseudonym Know Hope) has developed a visual iconography and language used to mirror real-life situations and observations, and document the notion of a collective human struggle.

By creating parallels between political situations and emotional conditions, there is an attempt to perceive the political process and dialogue as an emotional mechanism, therefore making it a process that can be understood and participated in intuitively and not solely intellectually.

These processes take place both indoors and outdoors, in the form of site-specific installations, murals and assemblages, combining ready-made materials, mixed media pieces, photographs and text.

By placing these works in public spaces, Know Hope aims to make the separation between the emotional and political non-existent, and allow the viewers to see themselves in the larger context of their surroundings simply by recognizing each other.

Since 2014, Yekutieli has been working on an ongoing project titled ‘Truth and Method’ in which the artist tattoos phrases from his outdoor text-based work on people whom are reached through an open call. In a series of intimate sessions that include an interview, tattooing and later on documentation, the incorporation of these texts into the participants’ personal narratives creates not only a re-contextualization of the text, but also distances the artist form the role of the exclusive author of the image.

In this series the original outdoor work is shown in juxtaposition with the portrait allowing a dialectic process of mutual influence, involving the permanent and the changing, the personal and the collective, the local and the universal.

So far, this project has been conducted in Tel Aviv and NYC and will continue in various cities and communities over the next few years.

Yekutieli has worked and exhibited internationally and has projects and exhibitions scheduled in Cologne, London and Tel Aviv throughout 2016 and 2017.

Yekutieli lives and works in Tel Aviv.
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10 minutes ago by stjp
MEAR ONE (Kalen Ockerman) has been at the forefront of LA’s graffiti and mural culture for nearly three decades. He is famous for having pioneered the Melrose graffiti art movement in the late 80s and is considered by many to be LA’s most prolific public muralist. Early on in his career, MEAR gained his recognition for building the bridge between graffiti art and fine art. He was the first graffiti artist to exhibit at the infamous 01 Gallery on Melrose, as well as at 33 1/3 Gallery in Silverlake, where Banksy would later debut his first North American show. MEAR ONE’s work was part of the landmark Art in the Streets 2011 exhibit at the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art. He is perhaps best known for constructing powerful narratives juxtaposing philosophy, ancient mythology and modern politics to inspire an evolved conscious. This interpretation of reality is achieved through balanced dialogue between realism and the supernatural. MEAR ONE helps us envision the sublime spirit of our time – not by escaping reality, but by confronting it head on.
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14 minutes ago by stjp
Fulton Leroy Washington
Compton-based Fulton Leroy Washington a.k.a. Mr Wash is a self-taught artist with the unique ability to express human emotions in the form of paintings. Wrongfully convicted in 1997 for a non-violent drug offense, he learned and refined his craft while serving a life sentence reluctantly handed down by a judge due to mandatory minimums. After 21 years of imprisonment in federal prison, Mr Wash was granted clemency by President Obama and released in 2016.

The mission of Art By Wash is to present a unique, cutting-edge style of art that captures the world from the perspective of those experiencing it, and who can’t find the words to express what they feel. Following his own life experiences and the way in which he saw the broken U.S. criminal justice system impact the lives of so many, Mr Wash is also a strong advocate of criminal justice reform. He works to use his voice and talents to effect change in this area.

To support Mr Wash as he rebuilds his life, enjoys his newfound freedom, and fights for criminal justice reform, we invite you to become a member of the Art By Wash family.

As a member, you will receive:
- Notification of all new releases by Mr Wash
- Notices of public events featuring images and products of Art By Wash, Wash Wear (apparel), and Wash Gear (accessories)
- Discounts through approved vendors on all purchases of Art By Wash, Wash Wear, and Wash Gear products

You will also accumulate participation and referral point credits (from donations or purchases) that can be redeemed toward the purchase of Art By Wash products.

Memberships start at $50; to join or inquire about purchasing any artwork, please email us: or
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18 minutes ago by stjp
Sarah Michelle Riisager
Sarah Michelle Riisager (b. 1990) is a Danish artist working in the field of photography, video and sculpture. From 2011 to 2013 she studied at Fatamorgana, The Danish School of Art Photography where her camera became a way for her to deal with the sorrow of losing her father shortly before. After graduating she moved to Scotland to study Fine Art Photography at the Glasgow School of Art for three years. Sarah’s work has been exhibited in Copenhagen (DK), Glasgow (UK), New York (US), Pingyao (CHN), Krakow (PL) and Arles (FR). In the summer of 2016 when she moved back to Copenhagen she was chosen to be part of the exhibition ‘Young Danish Photography’ at The Centre of Photography and ‘The Spring Exhibition’ at Charlottenborg, Copenhagen. In the summer of 2017 she exhibited during the prestigious photography festival Les Rencontres de la Photographie and Voies Off in Arles.
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30 minutes ago by stjp
RT @rachelandrew: On @smashingmag today, a thorough dive into why you shouldn’t use the placeholder attribute, from @ericwbailey
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43 minutes ago by dcolanduno
@chriskonings Oh could you be more specific? Why poor UI design? We love feedback!:
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48 minutes ago by dcolanduno
RT @Real_CSS_Tricks: "Repaintless.css in a lightweight animation library that consists only of animations that don't cause reflows and repaints" (All the movement here is done with FLIP for 60fps performance.):
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48 minutes ago by dcolanduno
For a slow evening: new technical conference videos worth watching. @web_rebels conference (17 videos). @deltavconf performance conference (22 videos)
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48 minutes ago by dcolanduno
@Behance : How are #UI #UX designers leveraging @Adobe’s new #AdobeXD for their projects? Catch the app in action, as we design and prototype new apps and rethink the design of existing experiences #AdobeLive :
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53 minutes ago by dcolanduno

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