Inside the Mind of Jihan Zencirli, aka GERONIMO

We visit the LA-based artist in her studio to learn more about The Mirrored Forest installation, created for Summit LA

Created for Summit LA18, commissioned by Mercedes-Benz EQ and curated by COOL HUNTING, GERONIMO‘s The Mirrored Forest included nine inflated, recycled nylon trees installed in a Downtown LA alley. For a few days, the narrow urban space (also the entrance to Summit) was overgrown with the 10- to 30-foot sculptures that offered both whimsy and shade for the 3,000+ attendees. We visited GERONIMO aka Jihan Zencirli in her …

Designer Gogo Ferguson Looks to Cumberland Island, Georgia for Inspiration

Exploring the designer's home and heritage-inspired jewelry line

For Gogo Ferguson, nature is as essential to her work work as air to her lungs. While the overarching beauty of earth inspires her, there is one island that’s at the core of her work and life. Cumberland Island is, still today, a nearly untouched destination off the coast of Georgia. Wild horses roam freely, wildlife thrives, and the beaches are often uninhabited. At the …

Daniel Arsham Looks to the Future’s Past

A studio visit with the acclaimed artist ahead of his new show, 3018

Daniel Arsham finds himself, and his work, at the intersection of many mediums—tactile art, architecture, performance and, with his newest show in particular, anthropology. Arsham’s upcoming exhibition, 3018 at Perrotin New York, recreates significant objects in popular culture with a dystopian filter. Features of the show include a 1981 Delorean, 1961 Ferrari 250GT and a cast of famous cartoon characters—among other relics from popular films and his …

Studio Visit: Artist + Musician David King Reuben

With an album on the way, the painter splits his time between Electric Lady Studios and a Brooklyn loft

To follow the path of an artist over time, one must accept surprise and delight, awe and the unknown. For half-a-decade, we’ve trekked along with London-born, Brooklyn-based David King Reuben. His fine art captures the soul, oftentimes upending reality—playing with it in a colorful, comedic and contentious way. Reuben’s artistry has developed in tangent with the interest of a slew of collectors—and an audience. Through …