November 20, 2015

Get @transfattylives on iTunes today! ? cc: @alsassociation

Film maker Patrick O’Brien aka TRANSFATTY‘s new (award winning) documentary about his decade long struggle with ALS is officially available to watch today! In your home! On your TV!

It’s an amazing movie. You should check it out. Right now.



October 19, 2015

Presenting @doodlclub by @mattcassity

8:00 pm in art,comics,zines dustin hostetler


“Cool Little Coloring Books for Cool Little Humans”


www-doodl-club-photo_3 is a monthly coloring book subscription. Each month a different artist is featured and creates a 24 page zine-format coloring book that is addressed and delivered to creative kids.

Issue 1 is shipping now and features the fantastic Jim Stoten. Issue 2 is by Scott Teplin will hit the mailboxes next month. Subscriptions start at $7 a month.

More about why Matt Cassity started here.

October 16, 2015

Joel Abad

10:33 pm in art dustin hostetler


Luca Prestia

10:27 pm in art,photography dustin hostetler






October 12, 2015

The haunting photography of Giuseppe Mileti / @kidsok_nuit

6:48 pm in art,photography dustin hostetler



September 23, 2015

Richard Colman via thecreativelives cc: @rogergastman

5:17 pm in art,movies,video dustin hostetler

Faesthetic friend Richard Colman is profiled in this great feature by The Creative Lives.

I have known Richard’s work for a long time, first meeting him during the installation of 2003’s 8.5×11 55dsl show in NYC. He has come a long way, and watching things evolve has been such an epic treat.

Relentless and driven, Richard Colman creates work that questions the role of power. Perhaps this stems from his early years writing graffiti in Maryland, where his EVER moniker became ubiquitous in the streets. After his friend Roger Gastman asked him for paintings for a book launch he was doing, Richard created his first studio work and was very well received, starting Richard on a lifelong journey to create work that meets his own high expectations. He pushes himself constantly and what the world gains is a incredibly detailed and ever changing body of work that continues to shift and invent due to the artist’s restless nature. In this episode we follow Richard as he creates two knock-out installations at New Image Art in Los Angeles, and Guerrero Gallery in San Francisco.

Shout outs Roger Gastman and RIP Justin Van Hoy.

September 21, 2015

Naomi Vona

4:43 pm in art dustin hostetler


Saatchi gallery

Etsy gallery

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