February 28, 2009

on the street

5:17 pm in art,photography,streets sam horine


cake has been getting up all over nyc recently with these beautiful portraits of friends and family. for all things cake, be sure and check out her flickr.

February 27, 2009

Mike Perry @ GRNY

10:49 pm in art,art events,design dustin hostetler


one of the two awesome artists involved in Faesthetic #10’s cover art & t-shirt is having a solo opening next week at Giant Robot NYC. make sure to check out Mike’s new work if you’re in the city! dudes a real talent.

crowd-sourcing experiment #thinkfaest

3:31 pm in art,community,lifestyle,tech,Uncategorized,web dustin hostetler

building up to the panel discussion at SXSW that i’ll be participating in, id like to try a crowd-sourcing experiment with this blog. if you are a fan/user of TWITTER, make suggestions for what artists you think I should be covering on think.faesthetic.com

in your twitter message, include “#thinkfaest” so I can track your suggestions. also.. if you’d prefer to just RT my original post, it can be found here! thanks for your time, and input!!!

February 25, 2009


8:31 pm in art,product dustin hostetler



Daniel Anthony St. George The Second‘s recent work really speaks to me. The above two images are available for purchase as prints, and they would look nice on your walls.

nicolas burrows

4:38 pm in art,zines dustin hostetler




nicolas burrows is an illustrator living in Leeds. he’ also a member of NousVous, who have some cool zines for sale in their shop.

February 24, 2009

Mars-1 @ Jonathan Levine

9:03 pm in art,art events,painting dustin hostetler



cover artist for Faesthetic #9 (out last sept) as well as cover artists for Juxtapoz #97 (out last month) Mars-1 had his 2nd solo show opening at Jonathan Levine gallery this past weekend. Check out the work he has up, and pretend (like me) that you can afford to buy them all.


steven harrington / incase + arkitip

8:43 pm in art,product dustin hostetler


our buddy Steven Harrington sent us word about his new project with Incase & Arkitip. Looks like these laptop bags are only good for 15″ Macbooks, but if you have one, this is the sleeve for you. Check out this neat-o video of Steven made by Arkitp as well. He and I have a shared love for tea.

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