Stemming from Jessy Nite‘s fascination with text, NiteWriter.co is a typography studio devoted solely to the heritage and discipline of hand-drawn type.
Jessy Nite’s work has graced brands across the globe (including yours truly – Tropicult.com) with her playful colors, keen eye, andrazor sharp skills. Now, Jessy Nite is offering custom lettering, illustration, interactive and digital capabilities to the masses! Vist the brand spankin’ new NiteWriter.co then click & drag around to explore Jessy Nite’s typographical porfolio.
That’s not all the Benevolent Ruler has been up! We caught up with Jessy Nite who apparently has also been teaching the art of typography and hand lettering to international students at the Miami Ad School.
The Lost Beatles & Rolling Stones Photos – The Betsey Hotel
Contributed by Vanessa Haim
Every year, local tastemaker - Vanessa Haim, puts together her infamous Art Basel Week aka Art Week itinerary. It’s basically an insiders guide to all the must see’s and do’s of the week, with event deets and RSVP links and/or ticket information.
The document has become pretty well-known in the inner circle so when I got my copy last week I asked if she would share it with you all. She said yes, so here it is….
Consider yourselves lucky! And don’t forget to thank her for getting you in the know!
Welcome to Jessy Nite’s Tropicult.com. As you’ve probably already noticed, the Benevolent Ruler herself has taken over our site – and we couldn’t be more excited.
Through sheer creative will alone, Jessy Nite injected tropicult.com with a rigorous dose of her radical aesthetic. The result is an interactive art installation that exists only here. We love it so much, we’ll never want to take it down.
Not bad for our first-ever artist digital takeover, right? Enjoy.
Ever since I first learned of Michelle Weinberg during the DWNWN Art Days I’ve been obsessively reading her blog, watching her videos and uncovering as much of her works and projects as could find anywhere and everywhere on the web.
As a woman and art enthusiast I have become a huge admirer of her work. Recently, I contacted her to uncover more of what she has been working on and inquire on what drives, inspires and motivates her artwork.
Arboles Libres at The Vagabond. Photography by Teejay (DigUnderRock)
Even the biggest and brightest of rock gods and musicians dig some visual stimulation in the backdrop. Bringing just that and then some are Frank Hyder’s three-dimensional luminary installations which now light-up the walls of The Vagabond’s main room.
Created by monotype printmaking, Hyder’s installations portray a unique form of art in the nightlife scene.