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Agata Olek: Loop After Loop

Agata Olek: Loop After Loop

When you hear the word “crochet,” what comes to mind? Perhaps the thought of your grandmother or aunt knitting together a winter sweater that is forever doomed to live in the abyss of your closet, never to see the light of day, right? I’ll assume everyone is in agreement on that one. Walking the city...
Nick Gentry: Floppy Love

Nick Gentry: Floppy Love

I stumbled upon Nick Gentry’s work twice, once at Miami Art Basel and another at the Robert Fontaine Gallery in the Wynwood art district. I must say from both times that I saw his work , the vivid memories of what I saw have been distinctively imprinted in my brain. British and raised in London,...
Craig Redman & Passenger Portraits

Craig Redman & Passenger Portraits

Australian born artist Craig Redman, has recently collaborated with Turkish Airlines to create “Passenger Portraits“.  Craig’s Portraits series began with doing black and white portraits of friends. Craig figured out a way to break people’s faces down into components and beautify those components. Eventually adding color to bring the portraits to life and add depth...
Jeremy Brown: Love is Art

Jeremy Brown: Love is Art

I’ve pondered my thoughts over and over again. How do I write an introduction for the artist, Jeremy Brown. My backspace bar on my keyboard continues to fade as my mind debates how I can possibly portray his creativity in less than two paragraphs. I feel bad for those who have to write the painter’s...
Michael Vasquez : Rites of Passage

Michael Vasquez : Rites of Passage

Rites of Passage was the third solo exhibition by Miami based artist Michael Vasquez. Inspired by personal experience, Vasquez explores and recreates the danger and allure of a neighborhood street gang through the perspective of a growing boy who lacks a father figure. In search of ideals of masculinity and community, the protagonist experiences his...
Dissecting The Dandy

Dissecting The Dandy

We are super late on this but I could resist sharing. With Art-n-Hustle I always wanted the site to open peoples minds about the world around them. Sometimes we can get so caught up in our little circle and forget that there is an entire world out there full of things that we have no...