Lady Gaga for Harper’s Bazaar, September 2014.
Gigi Hadid, Joan Smalls and Iman featured in Icons by Carine Roitfeld for Harper’s Bazaar US, September 2014 issue
Twin: Geishas Graffiti by HUSH
Hush returns to Los Angeles with a new collection of work reflecting his unique blend of street and cross-cultural aesthetics. Playing primarily with the idea of duality, the exhibition is a carefully calibrated experience of Twin paintings—15 mixed-media woks on canvas. Using the symbolic subject matter of the female form, Hush has produced a large-scale installation in which the gallery walls capture the essence of “action painting” and “pure expressionism” along with traditional elements of fine art.
As a body of work, TWIN explores the nature of duality. By varying his approach to the same image, Hush exposes nature’s inherent polarity. The juxtaposition of light and dark reveals the complexity of conflict and unity—and dichotomies present within the human ego. TWIN is a fascinating confrontation and debate on common conceptions of power, innocence, beauty and sexuality. The collection also represents the blending of the street art aesthetic- as simultaneously destructive and beautiful.
i cant imagine living in a place where its rude or weird to randomly strike up a conversation with the people standing by you in line, or sitting next to you on the bus. it sounds so bizarre
If you did that in the US you’d get some crazy looks.
hello friend i live in colorado
I went into a random dream town and this person has a chair, a box of tissues, and a picture of Carlton in their basement.
best one minute of entire 200 episode series of sailor moon