Monthly Archives: February 2016

An Interview with Kelsey Dake

“Pushing Reset,” an Interview with Kelsey Dake Last week, we asked Kelsey Dake to come to our studio and chat with us about art, her process, and what it’s like being an illustrator in Phoenix. She brought an entire flat file of original drawings, some of which we’d never seen before. She’s always been a pleasure

An Interview with Jonni Cheatwood

“On Creating for a Living,” an Interview with Jonni Cheatwood Jonni Cheatwood Born in Thousand Oaks, California. 1986. The paintings that Jonni Cheatwood makes describe the broad visual ideas stemming from still life, abstraction and at times minimalism that are a direct reflection of, or in response to living and working in an electric city

Two Thoughts on Lists

1. Everyone is talking about the attention span of millennials. Millennials are talking about the attention span of millennials. Other millennials are tired of hearing those millennials talk about their attention spans. The listicle is the go-to example of our dwindling focus. Long-form essays and articles have solidified a place in our psyche as more