The creepy Illustrations of Luxor Price

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Luxor Price was an Illustrator. I once found a very old book he did hidden away at a library. It was an illustrated world atlas, it was eerily creepy, and I loved it. It’s been hard to find any information about Luxor Price’s life or any more of his work, so if anyone has anything to… Read more »

Conformity vs. Revolution

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Warning: this is a very long blog post, but it’s worth reading:) I wrote this originally as my Bachelor of Fine Arts thesis paper when I was at BYU, but the subject matter is timeless, and I think it will be useful to everyone, not just other artists and designers. Conformity vs. Revolution is a… Read more »

Back in the 80’s: Sephen Sprouse

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Eye-popping, day-glo fashion. Stephen Sprouse was a fashion designer and artist credited with pioneering the 1980s mix of “uptown sophistication in clothing with a downtown punk and pop sensibility”. He was an assistant to Halston, spent time at Andy Warhol’s Factory, designed stage outfits for Debbie Harry and created his own lines. For Fall 2006, Marc Jacobs utilized Sprouse’s 1987 graffiti leopard images for… Read more »