Posts Tagged ‘drawing’

MIXED MEDIUM: AMY WILDE

OAK: How long have you been illustrating? AMY WILDE: My father was my inspiration to start drawing at a young age. He would work long hours and weekends when I was a child so days […]

OFF THE WALL: ANDY WARHOL 1950s DRAWINGS

For their closing exhibit of 2014, Anton Kern Gallery is showing 150 never before seen works from Andy Warhol. While at first sight, the gallery’s bright pink walls are seemingly the only “Warholian” piece of […]

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 […]

OFF THE WALL: LARRY CLARK AT HOME ALONE 2 + ADAM GREEN (AND FRIENDS) AT THE HOLE

January is as much a transition as it is a beginning, and while galleries and museums all over NYC ready themselves for their latest openings, two worthwhile things to check out are happening right now. […]

NYFW: FASHION WEAK BY RYAN BLOMBERG #6

  As NYFW draws to a close, here is “Category is: walk of shame” the sixth and final illustration from our friend Ryan Blomberg’s series Fashion Weak. Stay tuned to the OAK blog as we wrap […]

NYFW: FASHION WEAK BY RYAN BLOMBERG #3

Fashion doesn’t take the weekend off, so naturally our NYFW line up is in full effect this weekend. We’ll be hitting up presentations and shows all weekend and next week from some of our current […]

LAST CHANCE: Max Eisenberg’s Drawing Retrospective

  “Eisenberg is known far and wide his music as DJ Dog Dick. He has performed in various other notable projects such as Nautical Almanac and Dog Leather and with these he has made his […]