Wears blue shoes, works with news.
Souther Salazar is a Central California based artist. His artwork transports the viewer into a vibrant and endless world of overlapping narratives and dreamscapes - half-remembered, half-imagined places “where stories can develop and take on a life of their own.” Utilizing a wide variety of freely mixed media, found objects and layers of assemblage, his work evokes the wonders and imagination that many of us abandoned in childhood. Salazar often exhibits his collages, paintings, drawings and sculptures in dense and frenzied installations that encourage exploration and discovery (cf. artist’s bio) You can follow his Tumblr for more work.
Beautiful comic, though the end leaves me a bit puzzled.
Photographer Henry Diltz has chronicled four decades of rock and roll history since his early days with the Modern Folk Quartet, using his rapport with the musicians that shaped modern music to capture candid, intimate portraits that affirm the humanity of the subjects including Joni Mitchell, Crosby, Stills & Nash, The Doors and Richard Pryor. His work is featured in the Ray-Ban Legendary Visions gallery in the yurts during Desert Gold: Roadside Attraction at Ace Hotel & Swim Club through Sunday, and next week as well, alongside the work of Storm Thorgerson and Barney Bubbles. Features of their work are forthcoming here — stay tuned.