Oroma Elewa Launches Online Store

The Pop'Africana founder opens a webshop full of treasures found on her extensive adventurous travels

Already a CH favorite, Oroma Elewa has just stepped it up a notch, launching her online store. As expected, it’s a place to admire (and purchase) some of the most beautiful items that she has collected over the course of her extensive, adventurous travels. Elewa has always found inspiration in African culture, and it’s yet another way that she is shining a light on the …

Celebrating 20 Years of Juxtapoz

We speak with Editor in Chief Evan Pricco ahead of the publication's anniversary show, Art Truancy

Founded by artists and collectors back in 1994, Juxtapoz magazine has remained a significant publication and a true champion of the contemporary art world—and those who keep it spinning. Created as the antithesis of the stuffy, old-fashioned scene, the SF-based publication promoted (and continues to promote) artists, galleries and genres that were oftentimes overlooked, and the magazine’s staff has remained ever-vigilant; representing those they believe …

Don Moyer’s Calamityware Dinner Plates

Not-so-traditional dishes depicting hilariously catastrophic scenarios

The Willow pattern is both highly recognizable and also seeped in history. Still popular now, the (most commonly) blue and white floral style was inspired by the porcelain the English were importing from China in the 18th Century—and now graphic designer Don Moyer is creating his very own subversive version with Calamityware. Moyer’s deceptive designs seem—at first glance—like regular Willow plates, but upon closer inspection, …