What happens when you combine internet fame with a passion to showcase the beautiful sections of the city you call home? Seattle-based cutout artist Rudy Willinghamis the result.
Willingham, a multifaceted artist and DJ, is known for his cut-out art that features hand-drawn illustrations put against external and real-life settings, which leads to wondering how he chooses these backgrounds.
In the waiting room of the Illuminarium in Atlanta, the guide starts off your adventure by telling you a simple statement: safari means journey in Swahili.
They then tell you that pictures and videos are more than welcome: just no flash. Although not exactly an educational introduction to the immersive experience that is the Illuminarium, it excites everyone in the waiting room for what is to come. The current exhibit at the Illuminarium is entitled WILD: A Safari Experience, and focuses on scenery from during different times of day and night within the Masai Mara National Park in Kenya.
The first two years of Angela Scott’s entrepreneurial endeavor were spent working tirelessly by herself with one goal in mind: making shoes by and for women. She wanted to challenge herself while also making sure her message of empowerment grew. After two years, she found an intern to assist her with the growth of her company, The Office of Angela Scott. Now, celebrating their ten-year anniversary, Angela Scott, has grown far beyond two employees and a dream for a better way to produce and consume shoes.
High fashion doesn’t have to mean outlandish or impractical fashion; some designers are changing everyday looks into chic and elegant pieces that are both usable and sustainable. Israeli-American fashion designer Nili Lotan has become known for her classy basics and styles, but her brand and looks extend far beyond that. Not only has she taken over the fashion world, specifically New York, she has also continued to grow as a brand that’s become associated with the world’s top celebrities and influencers. A recent collaboration with Targetwill also show Lotan’s sensibilities and high fashion to an audience that might not be familiar with her otherwise.
In a time when human connection has become a rarity, art of any and all forms has become a necessity. Atlanta-based artist Linda Mitchell has had art flowing through her veins for decades. She has been a professional artist for over 35 years and continues to improve her craft and learn from experience while also seeking to uplift the Atlanta arts scene.