As VR headsets start appearing on store shelves, the very real differences between them will start to matter — a lot.
See how Coca-Cola is experimenting with converting cardboard virtual reality (VR) viewers.
On Tuesday, 1/24 evening, no one cared to be inside the bar at West Hollywood’s The Standard Hotel. Instead, patrons opted to grab a drink in the underground parking garage and observe the Art in the Parking Space. This year-long series of performative installations are a part of Pacific Standard Time’s (PST) Performance and Public Art Festival that is curated by Amanda Hunt of LA>
Who Shot Rock and Roll? The photographers behind the scenes of rock history are currently being celebrated at the Annenberg Space for Photography (ASP) in Los Angeles. Created by the Brooklyn Museum with guest curator and author Gail Buckland, Who Shot Rock & Roll: A Photographic History, 1955 To The Present, is the first major museum exhibit on rock and roll that highlights the integral role that photography plays in the history and making of rock icons.
On the heels of the final installment of its hugely successfulEngagement Party series, the Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles (MOCA LA) unveiled PLAY MOCA, a new multidisciplinary festival to celebrate the diversity of emerging creative talent in Los Angeles, featuring a three-night event which included live musical performances paired with visuals projected onto a temporary installation.
These destined-to-be-cult faves slipped under the radar, but each warrants another look
Behind the Scenes: Logan Neitzel Keeping it Seattle-y, but going super broodish and dark for New York Fashion Week. Flashback to NYFW in February; we’ve got this seasons’ report from Seattle designer Logan Neitzel. Though the Art Institute of Seattle grad now dwells completely in the realm of New York fashion (Vogue and WWD were […]