The vintage gallery sources pop culture material from the 90s and ago for declarative musings on love, society, youth, art, literature, and anything else offering up the feels.
Is Drake the Degrassi child-star good-guy whose unreciprocated love for Rihanna got crushed when he was friend-zoned by the pop star on national television?
The appearance of a fireworks display at any old civilian's birthday party might seem pretentious and over-the-top, but that's just how the United States likes it.
Your friends might block you once you start tagging them in his posts saying, "Yooooo I can't breathe ⚰⚰⚰" for the nth time this week, but then again, do you even need friends like that?
This is Andrew Schulz’s revenge.
Take an "unpresidented" look into 45’s most active channel of communication: Twitter.
Los Angeles is teeming with aspiring musicians and lyricists, but the band Fabriq is doing everything right to stand out in the crowd.
You’ve heard of voting with your dollar, but today, the new form of currency is social, and we’re voting with our likes.
Instagram sensation Violet Benson says she has been diagnosed with different disorders growing up, and that she's proud of herself and anyone else who has suffered from any psychiatric diagnoses.
Charlamagne Tha God reminded Bill Maher's Real Time audience Friday night that the presidential term has exposed a lot about the people of this country, and that there is, in fact, a silver lining at play.
“Mental illness is not a joke it's a real thing. There's kids out there killing themselves. And it's fucking horrific. For all those struggling I want you to know that I love you and I understand you and it is going to be okay. That's all.”
Carina Chaz was never allowed to buy popular scents due to their ingredient makeup. So, her green and non-toxic fragrance collection echoed that original tacit rule.
As a certified yoga instructor from Beverly Hills, Alysson couldn’t find any of the elements of yoga she wanted to teach to children—so she wrote her own.
Lyrics to Life is unabashedly designed with photo-ops and hashtags in mind, encouraging you to sit, lay, and climb onto the artwork itself.
Producer Joel Kutz created a podcast upending the mental health stigma because "so often what people need is someone to sit with them in that dark place."
Admission to the Hive is free and RSVPs are not required, but you do need to be at least 21+ years old to attend and display an active Bumble profile for entry.
What do some of the most beautiful women on Instagram think about the plastic surgery phenomenon in Los Angeles?
According to Republicans, Obamacare has been one of the great catastrophes of the Obama era. Many, however, believe it is the key to quality universal care. So why repeal the pre-existing conditions provision?
"A neighborhood is just the sum of its stores, and restaurants, and homes, and aesthetic, and people—all things that get organized into streets. And then, we realized that even more specifically than neighborhoods, streets are what precisely represent the energy we were feeling."
In the wake of a post-Weinstein news cycle, one rallying cry unified our communal social media streams and encapsulated the collective consciousness.
"I think there should just be more people of color in museums and big collections. You never really see people depicted that look like yourself or you and your family. Every time you see them, they're a servant or slave. I definitely want to be part of changing that."
Influenced by cartoon science-fiction, Greek epics, Catholic symbolism, and Shunga imagery, the artist's first solo show at Corey Helford Gallery retains an emotional complexity with a saturated Tumblr aesthetic.
Sweet, educated, charitable, talented? If you're a woman, apparently that's not enough. You have to be beautiful. And "beautiful" implies something very, very specific.
With its influx of young artists and new institutions, L.A. has seduced the public with its power-grab as the new capitol of the art world.
"I'm not saying that journalists aren't needed anymore. Journalists can provide context and a more objective view that athletes themselves can't. But, in some cases, all that's needed is a few Snaps, and it's awesome that fans can have access to it instantly."