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Category Archives: Art
I’ve been a member of the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco since before their move to the old public library in SF. It’s been a membership I’ve enjoyed greatly, and something that I happily share with my daughter. She’s now 11, … Continue reading
A week before the Mayan apocalypse, I was all a chuckle over how China’s cultural authorities limited the number of historical dramas on TV to 10%. I suppose it’s only from my spoiled American kid’s perspective that censorship of this … Continue reading
People think Facebook’s recent IPO filing has made California artist David Choe a rich man, but they are grossly mistaken. Choe was already a rich man. And he wasn’t homeless (Choe owns a home but lives out of hotels as … Continue reading
Admit it: you still wish you could pull out a coloring book, and make everyone have green tongues and purple hair again. With the fourteenth volume of the Color Ink Book ($10), you have a grown-up chance to do it … Continue reading
When it comes to decorating, it’s fairly expected to have a print of Van Gogh’s Starry Night or Monet’s lilies. Why not show off your unique taste with this Miyazaki-inspired print by Martin Hsu, entitled Lily’s Kitty ($25). Each print … Continue reading
It’s October, which means it’s finally cold enough to pull out our leather boots and put away the shorts. Autumn always seems like a more subdued season, which is why this Grey Leather Strand Wrap Bracelet ($225) seems like the … Continue reading
Big, chunky necklaces aren’t always our thing. So this Small Rain Necklace ($70) by Chorthip Lagnese caters perfectly to our desire for a simple yet eye-catching necklace. Lagnese is a jewelry designer from Thailand, but is currently based in New … Continue reading
We’ve blogged about illustrator Martin Hsu’s fantastic prints and illustrations before, but with the tragedy in Japan this week comes word that Martin is donating 100% of all proceeds to American Red Cross Japan Earthquake Relief. You can help earthquake … Continue reading
I’m a big fan of Japanese artist Mari Inukai for her colorful and imaginative characters who are so adorably drawn with a nice bite. Does that even make sense? It does. Trust me. Munky King is offering her AKUMA TENSHI … Continue reading
The folks over at Poketo is celebrating the holiday season with their own sale and gift guide, whether you’re looking to buy something for that special girl, boy, artist, photographer or coworker. All domestic orders over $50 receive free shipping … Continue reading
Flora Chang, the artist behind Happy Doodle Land, is joining the cyber shopping frenzy with her own online sale at her Etsy store! From now until December 5th, you can find her original artwork, buttons, stamps and plushies for 10% … Continue reading
Artist Martin Hsu’s print, The Audacious Rooster ($68.00) is now on sale thanks to Gallery 1988, just in time for the holiday shopping season! Enjoy this limited edition piece that features Martin’s signature style of detailed storytelling with his unique … Continue reading