Rhythm Visuals in collaboration with Bookbinder LLC present a rare opportunity to experience some of the world’s largest, finest crystals, ethically extracted from Brazil.
On display is an astounding collection of earth-art objects that might normally only be seen in photographs. Come be energized, mesmerized, and amazed by:
● The world’s largest and finest natural citrine sphere ● A 1,600 lb tub created from a single agate crystal ● A giant amethyst crystal geode throne ● A phallus-shaped amethyst geode sculpture ● Crystal quartz thrones: King, Queen, and Princess set ● A spinning double-terminated crystal quartz chair ● Lemurian quartz clusters over 1,600 lbs ● Various smaller, fine quartz points, clusters, hearts and spheres
The exhibit debuts Saturday, July 13th, from 12 to 9pm at Rhythm Visuals Gallery1040 S. Olive St, Los Angeles, CA 90015. The opening show will feature music, hors d’oeuvres, and interactive sensory experiences. After the opening, the exhibit will be on display to the public Tuesday — Saturday from 11am to 5pm. The exhibit will then close with an event on Sunday, July 27th from 12 to 6pm.
All of the large rare-earth crystals, along with various smaller-sized specimens will be available for purchase throughout the duration of the exhibit. To receive a sales catalogue or schedule a private viewing, please email email@example.com.
Huge news today from QuESt. Along with a new release, QuESt shares with us that he and Visionary Music Group have officially parted ways (more on that below). Stream the Thelonious Martin produced, “Decades” below, and peep my version of the cover art under the soundcloud stream. Word to Complex on the premiere. #WiseUp
Visionary Music Group has always been a label I have admired & still do admire to this day. My time with them has been amazing, & I have learned a great deal that will always remain with me no matter where I go. However, as life progresses, so does your growth as a person. With that being said, I am no longer a part of Visionary Music Group. I have made a decision to move forward without them, & focus on myself & my brand. There are absolutely no ill feelings towards anyone over there. I love them all & cherish everything that they have done for me. This is a decision I have made in order for me to continue growing as an artist & as a brand the way I see fit.
To my supporters, understand that I love you, & this is truly just the beginning. There is much more in store. Thank you for rocking with me this far. I hope you can all continue this ride that we are on, because I don’t intend on stopping anytime soon. And if you feel that this is your stop, & you need to get off this train, then thank you for coming along for the ride. You are appreciated.
“Moon” marks Dom Lumero‘s third official release. I’d hope that by now you’ve streamed at least one of his drops. If not, you need to wake your ass up. Dom is unbelievably underrated. He’s extremely talented lyrically and is flying under the radar of these other blogs. Yes it’s only his third release, but in my opinion the kid is so good you should of been in tune since the first one. That means nows the time to get on it.
The cover art for moon was a combination of ideas between Dom and yours truly. When designing this cover I combined the feel of the song with an image that relates to the theme of the song. The background image of the cover you’ll notice is a building which resembles the Adler Planetarium in downtown, Chicago. I chose to go with the AP building for a background image not only because it fits the “Moon” theme, but also because Dom is connected to the city. The moon in the upper right hand corner was just one of many images I collected and combined with another.
The young, up and coming art scene in Chicago is on point, as to be expected. The other night we had the opportunity to check out Lefty’s work at his solo exhibition, Sub Chroma produced by Canvas Chicago. Upon entering the venue guests were immediately transformed into actual walking canvases, wearing all white for the evenings’ art to be cast on. Live artwork, hung pieces, and installations of painted female manikins surrounded the gallery space.
Forecasting Lefty’s event, it was said that:
It will be deep and intense, but still fascinating and approachable. It will have the feeling of a chemical reaction before it explodes. A voice in your head will tell you that something is about to happen.
Theatrical music performances and DJ sets by DRMBT, Cofresi, Acidtot, Anleu, Jacob Bjorge, and Buhay beautifully brought to life the graphic visual artwork projected on the walls of the space. The outdoor patio featured an extension of what was viewed inside with a dome installation crafted by Synergeo Domes. The night simply oozed with talent, artists of all mediums made an appearance. The most eye-catching artists of the night were: Jacob, Lucy, and Nico festively wearing head-to-toe white: hair, lips, eyebrows, fishnet tights, fur, pumps, shear pants and more.
This was truly an evening to become a work of art. Be sure to check out the gallery above and time-laspe video below (captured by Jasmine) for an inside look at the show.
Expert level photoshop of the original photo (below) of Jay Z & Beyonce in front of the Mona Lisa during their private tour of the Louvre this weekend, as seen on the new Gowhere Community (peep for more fresh art content).