Space 15 Twenty


Mixed Business Workshop

Come celebrate the opening of the Mixed Business Activation Pop-Up at Space 15 Twenty's Urban Outfitters.
Join us for an exclusive summer bouquet workshop hosted by The Bosky Dell.

Enjoy complimentary fresh floral mimosas while designing and hand-tying your own summer bouquet.

In addition to your own bouquet, each guest will take home some beautiful tools so you can continue your practice!

Workshop Fee: $35

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Aug 2nd

12 - 3PM

Space15Twenty's Urban Outfitters
1520 N.Cahuenga Blvd
Los Angeles 90028

EboneeShanay - 07.24.2015 File under - Activation Space, Events, Workshop

Clashist presents: DIY Patch Workshop

Join Clashist for a DIY patches workshop.  Buy limited edition clashist patches or bring your own!

Iron and sewing tools provided.

Class Fee:  FREE

Space is limited!
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Aug 1st


1520 N.Cahuenga Blvd.
Los Angeles 90028

EboneeShanay - 07.23.2015 File under - Pop-Up, Workshop

Clashist presents: Sand Art Workshop

Join Clashist and Kelly Mindell of Studio DIY for a sand art workshop.
Learn how to make your own custom sand art pieces, sip on mimosas and enjoy some snacks!

Supplies provided.

Class Fee:  $10

Space is limited!
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Aug 8st


1520 N.Cahuenga Blvd.
Los Angeles 90028

EboneeShanay - 07.23.2015 File under - Pop-Up, Workshop

Hot Tea x Migration | Art Installation

Near Palisades Park in Santa Monica there is a new installation by artist HOT TEA. Migration, is a beautiful rainbow of yarn. Strands connected to chain-link fences, that take you through the gradient fade of a rainbow. 1,800 strands of different colors, on top of the pedestrian bridge that takes you to the beach. We hope this unauthorized installation isn’t taken down any time soon, as it makes the way to the beach, an even more beautiful sight. We suggest you catch the rainbow while you can!

Krystabell - 07.31.2015 File under - Art, Travel

MM6 | Spring Resort 2016

I don't need to introduce MM6, Maison Margiela's younger, cheaper brand that's been around for a long time.
The look of MM6 often centers on the clash of ideologies. For resort it was the opposite.
This collection seems to be going two ways, as you can see several pieces can be worn in different ways. There is a certain wink-y humor and playfulness to it.

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coco - 07.30.2015 File under - Clothes, Fashion

Steve McQueen x Kanye West

On July 25, 2015, renowned filmmaker, Steve McQueen, and rapper, Kanye West, premiered the 9 minute long music video for "All Day/ I Feel Like That." Sadly, the exhibit was only up for 4 days. Luckily, I was able to catch the last two runs of the video yesterday, on a quick trip to LACMA! I've never seen so many teens and younger adults inside the museum - most people usually just hang around the infamous "Urban Light" installation. As hip-hop and Kanye lovers united, it was actually pretty cool to see how music can bring people together, even in art form. There were also a couple older adults who seemed like they stumbled upon the exhibit, but they stayed and watched the video in amazement and confusion anyway.

"Shot by artist and filmmaker Steve McQueen, the video for Kanye West's songs "All Day/ I I Feel Like That" plays upon the relationship between the camera and the subject. As in a meeting between the bull and the matador, it remains unclear who chases whom within the arena. The roles of pursuer and pursued are at times inverted. Shot in a single 9 minute take with natural lighting and minimal context, McQueen accentuates the immediacy and intensity of the performer up close. Every movement of West is seen; every breath felt. It becomes apparent how the song itself fuels West's performance, from the bravado in "All Day," to the vulnerability of "I Feel Like That."

You could watch the video from either side of the room, and speakers were placed at every corner. You could feel the room shaking because of the intensity of the bass, and how high the volume was set. For a simple music video, I really enjoyed the pop up exhibit. I think I mostly enjoyed it because of how many people showed up for it's last screening, compared to how empty that room usually is. Too bad it was only up for such a short time, it was definitely worth visiting!

Thanks to Andres Tardio for these photos!

PatriciaManlucu - 07.29.2015 File under - Music

Dana Haim Pom-Pom Workshop

If you missed the first set of workshops, then have no fear!  Brooklyn based textiles artist and designer, Dana Haim is back!

Learn how to make fun, unique and colorful pom-poms and explore the different methods for stranding and hanging your evenings creations into garlands, mobiles, or wall-hangings.

As featured in, Sight Unseen, Otherwild, Stone Fox Bride, and more. You will learn various techniques she uses in her work, like setting up templates, marbling, speckling, color-blocking, and shape trimming.

Enjoy complimentary drinks, have fun, get loose, and meet creative new people while making awesome stuff!

July 30th

5:30PM - 8:30PM

Class Fee $75
All Materials Included

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1520 N.Cahuenga Blvd
Los Angeles 90028

EboneeShanay - 07.24.2015 File under - Events, Workshop

Interstellar-Sparkle Table by John Foster | Design Objects

John Foster is a design object artist based in Minneapolis, MN. He works with various materials such as quartz, acrylics, glass, gold, and glitter. He’s a wizard at creating substrates which are cut into multidimensional tiles that are then polished, and welded together to create dreamy objects. Our favorite is his hand-crafted interstellar-sparkle table (recently commissioned by producer and DJ; ZEDD). John describes his art as experimental. “The objects I make bring the viewer into the moment, with visceral gasps and heart skipping opulence. The colors are rich, the sunlit moments are priceless.” he say's. John draws inspiration for his art from his love of music, and constantly seeking patterns. “Sounds are some of the most beautiful shapes you can't see, but feel.” he say’s. Currently, John is working on accessory design in addition to his objects. A preview is live on his site. Below are some of our faves.

Images provided by John Foster.


Krystabell - 07.24.2015 File under - Art, Ceramics, Furniture, Gallery, Interview, People

Anthony Brugneaux | EX NIHILO

Anthony Brugneaux is one of my oldest and best friends, and french fashion designer who just recently graduated from the École nationale supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. His graduation collection was inspired by 2001, A Space Odyssey by Kubrick and Farm a photography book by Jackie Nickerson.
He explains that his collection is a dialogue, reserved to each one of us, to what we like to call "elegance" and thus bringing us back to our wardrobe fundamentals.

Photography by Quentin Saunier

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coco - 07.23.2015 File under - Clothes, Fashion

Ego Death

Have you heard The Internet's new album, Ego Death? With high anticipation from their fans, it's been nearly two years since the band's sophomore release of Feel Good. With Syd tha Kid's sensuous singing, you are carried into a world of relaxation. The album is composed and carefree - perfect for those long, summer night drives. Check out their most recent music video for "Dontcha," featured on their album, Feel Good, below:

Some of the artists featured include: Janelle Monae, Vic Mensa, Kaytranada, Tyler the Creator, and more. Pop Matters says, "The album slowly unfolds over a number of listens and each time you are likely to notice a new wrinkles - a guitar riff here, and bongo beat there - all of which give the album its unique identity." If you love laid-back music, this album is for you! Take a listen below:

PatriciaManlucu - 07.22.2015 File under - Music


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