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“As Seen on Kickstarter” Pop Up. | BiteMyApple. |x| wallplay Shop.

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f you’re looking for somewhere special to shop this holiday season, the “As Seen on Kickstarter” Pop Up is definitely a desired destination. A brainchild of BiteMyApple, the pop up only features Apple-based products that were once successful projects on Kickstarter. Founder Chris Johnson was kind of shed some light on the pop up’s concept: We started about 4 years …

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Tomorrow. | Hashimoto Contemporary.

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eep an eye out for Tomorrow, a group exhibition featuring a slew of artists who are “digitally minded.” Hosted by Hashimoto Contemporary, Tomorrow is set to open on December 5th and run through December 19th. Artists include Santiago Salvador Ascui, Mario Ayala, Sarah Bowser, Jeffrey Cheung, Matthew Craven, Amir H Fallah, Joseph Ferriso, Brett Flanigan, Michelle Fleck and more!   Quiet …

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Picasso. | Made by Pavlo.

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e are insanely in love with this suede Picasso hat by Pavlo. Vanilla on red with a neat cubist portrait of the man himself, you can even order it with a straight or curved brim. But get this, the hat is limited edition. Meaning, you better get one before there aren’t anymore. Quiet LunchQuiet Lunch is a grassroot online publication that seeks …

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When Now is Night. | Martin Boyce.

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cottish artist Martin Boyce recently released his new book, When Now is Night, a brilliant monograph that provides a visual overview of the artist’s illustrious career. Written by Dominic Molon, with contributions by Russell Ferguson, John Stezaker and even Boyce himself, When Now is Night doesn’t read like your typical art book. While the book is bolstered by some well-tailored academia, …

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Now In Technicolor. | Chris Burnett.

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renched in rich, vibrant hues, Chris Burnett‘s work is a new age take on traditional pop aesthetics. Burnett uses gradient, patterns, texture and even some glitching to create a surreal world where colors melt, windows float in midair and paper planes that fly over sky mountains. Quiet LunchQuiet Lunch is a grassroot online publication that seeks to promote various aspects …

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Last Night at the Bus Stop. | Travis Huggett.

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ravis Huggett extracts beauty from exhaustion in his series, Last Night at the Bus Stop. The New York City-based photographer spent some at a bus stop observing the passengers as they made their way home after a long work day; in the process, he managed to capture a library of pensive and contemplative moods. Quiet LunchQuiet Lunch is a grassroot online …

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NEW Music! | “Somethin’ About U” | Astronomyy.

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ongsmith and space guitarist Astronomyy recently a new single titled, “Somethin About U.” Rhythmic and sensually upbeat, the song is a great follow-up to his last EP, When I’m With U—makes you wonder what else he has up his sleeve! Quiet LunchQuiet Lunch is a grassroot online publication that seeks to promote various aspects of life and culture with a loving, …

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Far From Board. | Teresa Aversa.

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eresa Aversa is somewhat of a romantic. The way that she sees things, especially the quotidian objects that we often come into contact with on a daily basis and hardly take notice of despite frequent usage, is similar to most thoughtful creatives. But unlike most creatives, Aversa has taken root in a brilliant aesthetic that is ripe with a delicate …

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The Pin Up Type. | Leah Reena Goren.

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llustrator Leah Reena Goren created an awesome little Lady Pin. Made using the cloisonné technique, the petite pin is only 1.5″ tall. You can get Lady Pin Nº. 2 → HERE. ← Quiet LunchQuiet Lunch is a grassroot online publication that seeks to promote various aspects of life and culture with a loving, but brute, educational tinge. When we say, “Creative Sustenance Daily,” we …

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In a Negative Space. | Tracy Kerdman.

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oying with the void, it is Tracy Kerdman‘s ability to play with negative space that makes her work both compelling and memorable.  Born in Huntington, West Virginia, Kerdman’s work is an Alex Katz-like take on Americana and beauty standards. The artist reconfigures the aesthetics of the Old Masters into something relevant and new. Quiet LunchQuiet Lunch is a grassroot online publication …

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Urban Development. | Castle Fitzjohns.

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Urban Development,  a group show which explores urban themes through painting, photography and sculpture utilizing a refined and elevated approach, is currently on view at Castle Fitzjohns on the Lower East Side, New York.  Conceived and curated by the gallery’s owner and director Vincent Harrison, the all male artist exhibit is comprised of Tim Okamura, Marcus Jansen, Jamel Shabazz, Ori …