July 15, 2016

Panteha Abareshi

2:46 am in art,comics,illustration dustin hostetler

tumblr_o5bgggbEQ31v1li27o1_1280

I work almost all in ink, and I do portrait illustration, comics, and other graphic pieces with the common theme of strong WOC, love, gore, tragedy, pain and heartache. My art revolves around depression- and the way that, for me personally, feminism, identifying as a woman, being of color and mental illness tie in together. I make my work as an expression of the emotions, experiences and struggles I face daily with my severe mental illness (Depression and anxiety), and also aim to counter the societal expectations for romance and sexuality that are placed on females and female-identifiers. My art is very much so a reflection of my own personal struggles, but also heavily reflects my views on how society stigmatizes mental illness, and pressures identifiers into over-valuing romance.

Pantehart.tumblr.com

SUPER AWESOME


Best Day Ever

2:40 am in art,books,comics,zines dustin hostetler

Op-DB-p15

http://www.bestdayevr.com/draw-blood-2016/


July 8, 2016

“BLO” by @sammybananas out today via @FoolsGoldRecs

3:59 pm in art,music dustin hostetler

Cover art by our bud Brendan.

ezgif-918796590

itunes: http://smarturl.it/SammyBLO


June 26, 2016

Custom notebooks from @bookblock_o

8:57 pm in art,books,design,product dustin hostetler

IMG_3546

A while back Book Block reached out with the announcement that they were offering custom one off notebooks. Long story short, you upload your art and a few weeks later you have a one of a kind notebook with your own design on the cover. Pretty simple concept, but it’s the execution that matters. And I really think Book Block is offering a fantastic product.

BookBlock Original10

BookBlock Original12

BookBlock Original14

BookBlock Original15

Head on over to: bookblock.com/original and order yours today!


May 15, 2016

Jana Paleckova cc: @giampietroart

1:28 am in art,painting dustin hostetler

jana_paleckova_eye-suit_6.5x4.13_sm

chameleons

janapaleckova.com


May 10, 2016

“La Slowteria” by photographer Joaquin Trujillo via @llreps

9:28 pm in art,photography dustin hostetler

93ee4543-1738-4761-8406-78c354052bb4

ee6eb5ab-ec01-4855-9ca6-c1755890f929

“Photographer Joaquin Trujillo has a passion for Mexican food. Originally from Zacatecas, Mexico, Joaquin spent his formative years in Los Angeles with excellent Mexican cuisine abound – both in his home and at restaurants across the city. That passion for the cuisine combined with his impeccable skills shooting still life images is exemplified in this project, a collaboration with Brooklyn-based restaurant Slowteria. Joaquin’s signature punchy, bright color combinations make a perfect setting for chef Hugo Orozco’s uniquely plated homemade tortillas, specialty hot sauces and diverse dishes. Bien hecho Señor Trujillo!”

check this link for more beautiful photos!


May 5, 2016

The (slightly haunting) photos of Shanghai by @TimGaoShanghai

5:51 pm in art,photography,streets dustin hostetler

Tim_Gao_Photography_Invisible_Theatre_27

Tim_Gao_Photography_Invisible_Theatre_23

Tim_Gao_Photography_Invisible_Theatre_2

Tim_Gao_Photography_Invisible_Theatre_14

timgao.com/invisible-theatre


Next Page »