“Ikebana Practice #1” Print

Just as ikebana, the Japanese art of flower arranging, emphasizes observing and appreciating the beauty of nature, Lauren Doughty’s “Ikebana Practice #1” print celebrates the forms and shapes of bouquets through warm yet lively hues. Printed on Hahnemühle Museum Etching paper with a matte finish, this London-based illustrator’s giclée print is packed and signed by the artist and comes in protective cardboard. Price is in …

“Flowers” Print

Screen-printed with six colors on heavy card stock by Nat Swope, Tucker Nichols’ “Flowers” print has been produced in a limited edition of 50. The Northern California-based artist (who often finds cues in nature) captures abstract flowers of purple and blue in a black vase, placed amid a turquoise background. Each of these prints—measuring 12 by 12 inches—comes signed, numbered and dated.

Flume + Jonathan Zawada Pop-Up in LA

Album art takes another dimension in this new installation of hung fabric and video works

The artwork of Jonathan Zawada lives on your computer hard drive and—if you still buy CDs—on your bookshelf, too. The Perth, Australia-raised (now LA-based) multimedia artist has been regularly commissioned to create album covers for largely electronic music acts like Classixx, Rustie, Baauer and The Presets. (Fun fact: Zawada used to be the creative director at Sydney-based label Modular Recordings.) While conceiving an imagined new …