The desire to reset and rejuvenate in the wilds of Joshua Tree is a common thread for artist Linda Pappa and desert-living lifestyle brand creators Sara and Rich Combs of the Joshua Tree House.
Betty Willis — the artist behind the neon sign that has inspired countless selfies, T-shirts and other tchotchkes — was also the creative genius behind the Blue Angel.
The path to becoming a working artist for Caroline Geys was anything but a straight line.
A new multi-part blog series explores color highlights and design stories behind the re-emergence of L.A.’s beloved Bob Baker Marionette Theater.
A new multi-part blog series explores color highlights and design stories behind the re-emergence of LA’s beloved Bob Baker Marionette Theater.
Whether you’re making small improvements or completely overhauling your kitchen, fresh coat of paint can often make all the difference, or Sam Klein’s case, a fresh mural can.
Orange County, California-based Katie Thierjung likes to create things that bring her joy, and what better way to spark joy than with color? The California designer collaborated with Dunn-Edwards to launch a limited-edition collection of enamel pins, now available.
L.A. artist Rebeca Simms (aka Wylie West Creative) looks to fuel the imaginations of L.A.’s youth with her murals.
The second iteration of the biannual art event Desert X contributes its invasion of mythical site-specific installations to the landscape, bringing the work of international contemporary artists to the desert during Modernism Week.
If you’re looking for some color inspiration, Los Angeles is the place to be. Known for its colorful art scene and beautiful architecture (both Modern and Art Deco), the city makes it easy to draw inspiration.