All in Art
Magdalena Wosinska escaped from Poland and was listed as a “trader” by the age of nine. She received paid trips to Paris and Spain to shoot magazine covers at 17. She bought her own house in Los Angeles at 24. She played bass in a metal band and toured the world for eight years. She possesses a highly covetable resume of work, from shooting campaigns for companies like Urban Outfitters and Converse, editorials for Vogue, Spin and of course, LA CANVAS. For most individuals, this would take a lifetime to accomplish. For lifestyle photographer Wosinska, this was her reality all by the age of 32.
Natural, irrational and appealing are the methodical descriptors the photography duo known as Synchrodogs chose to characterize their work. Although untraditional in nature, these attributes prove iconic and true for all of their photos
Kristen-Liu Wong’s art makes me feel like someone crawled inside my emotional epicenter, and dragged out kicking and screaming my most basic desires and fears. It gets me squirming inside of myself and I cannot look away. It has something to do with how she uses disparate feelings in the exact same space, overlapping and even complementing one another.
Eccentric art meets new-age, bohemian fashion in this month’s Free Peoplecampaign, “The Artist Issue.” Perfectly merging two free-spirited worlds, this collection takes virtuosity beyond just a casual crossover of fashion and art, thrusting fans into a world of unrelenting creativity.
Many artists tribute their years of accumulated success and talent to their early adolescent exposure to the arts, claiming to have created masterpieces from the crib and learning how to paint before learning how to walk. For French illustrator Lucas Beaufort, it wasn’t until the age of 26 when he first picked up a brush, quit his day job of eight years, and pursued his newfound yet deeply rooted passion for creating.