Nep Sidhu’s Profound “Paradox of Harmonics” Exhibition

The Toronto-based artist explores the spiritual realm in this show at Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit

Toronto-based multidisciplinary artist Nep Sidhu‘s connection to Detroit is apparent in his current show, Paradox of Harmonics, on now through 11 September at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD). This is the first solo show in a US museum for Sidhu (aka Nirbhai Singh Sidhu) and it’s an exploration, mediation and celebration of sound—all informed by his many years working in metal manufacturing, practicing the …

Play Together Cards

These colorful, vibrant and playful cards have been designed by Heart n Soul at The Hub co-designers Aysen, Castro, Rajah, Robyn and Thomas in collaboration with artist Felix Peckitt. 100% of the profits from sales go back to Heart n Soul, a creative arts company and non-profit that focuses on people with learning disabilities. They aim to create opportunities to uncover, develop, share and celebrate …

“Colors” Skateboard

From artist and skateboarder Jeffrey Cheung—who runs There Skateboards, an offshoot of  the SF-based collective Unity which represents and supports queer skaters—this “Colors” deck features his signature figurative art. Available in two sizes (8.25 or 8.5 inches), this skateboard has been made and designed with all types of skaters in mind.