Archive for the ‘Mixed Medium’ Category

MIXED MEDIUM: JACOB SOUSA

In preparation for his solo show XY, photographer Jacob Sousa talked with OAK’s Miguel Pena about his work, modeling career, embarrassing stories, and Lil’ Bow Wow. MIGUEL PENA: What was it like growing up in […]

MIXED MEDIUM: ERIC GOTTSHALL’S HELMET SERIES

For this edition of Mixed Medium, we’re looking at the work of artist Eric Gottshall, and specifically his Helmet Series. Eric is the son of photographer Jon Gottshall ad art eccentric Cindy Silveira. Based in […]

MIXED MEDIUM: SKETCHES BY MIGUEL PENA

Designer and OAK employee Miguel Pena continues his reign as resident Renaissance man, with this in-house edition of Mixed Medium. Inspired by our Editorial Ripped, Miguel drew up some sketches for us, and as NYFW officially […]

EDITORIAL: OAK + JESSE DRAXLER

With Art Basel officially kicking off tomorrow in Miami we asked visual artist Jesse Draxler, who was featured earlier this fall in our Mixed Medium series, to lend his signature touch to our latest editorial. […]

MIXED MEDIUM: TYLER SPANGLER

For this edition of Mixed Medium we talk with California-based artist Tyler Spangler about his dreams of wallpapering government property, his three week stint as an illegal punk show promoter, and why this Halloween will […]

MIXED MEDIUM: JESSE DRAXLER

Minneapolis-based visual artist Jesse Draxler is the latest feature in our Mixed Medium series. His visceral work transcends genre and medium and has been featured in Elle, Creem, and The New York Times. In his […]

MIXED MEDIUM: RAYMOND NAVARRO

Words by Justin Fulton. This edition of Mixed Medium takes us to the Chinatown digs of artist Raymond Navarro, whose ever-evolving work is an an extension of his own sensory experiences in and of the […]

MIXED MEDIUM: MAXIME BUCHI

For this edition of Mixed Medium, OAK’s own Cameron Cooper sits down with his friend and artist Maxime Buchi, a true Renaissance man of subculture, who he met some time ago on the streets of […]

MIXED MEDIUM: ANTON PERICH

Words by Justin Fulton. There are two types of artists — Those who become household names with subsequent empires and those who produce work happily within the margins of all that shimmers, gaining validation through […]

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