Sage Vaughn | RVCA Los Angeles

On Thursday June 27th RVCA Los Angeles held a party in honor of ANP Artist Sage Vaughn's new book "The Art of Sage Vaughn". Sage dressed up the shop with an art installation and a new window display, Yeti Beats provided music and Pabst supplied refreshments. The night was a blast... here's some photos by RVCA's Taryn Anderson.

THIS Gallery | These Friends 4 Opening Reception

This last weekend THIS Gallery in Los Angeles had the opening reception for their final show "These Friends 4". The show had a huge turn out and a realy cool vibe, you can tell the gallery will be missed by many. The exhibition itself features single pieces of work from a large group of friends and acquaintances and will be on display until May 26th. Read more for photos taken of the night by RVCA Fairfax's Taryn Anderson.

Ben Horton | Landline

ANP Artist Ben Horton's solo show "Landline" opened at Linksoul Lab in Oceanside, CA this last Friday night. Landline showcases a mix media collection of acrylic paintings, ink drawings and sound installation exploring entropy of our physical and virtual connections to not only each other but to our environment. Read more for photos of the opening night by RVCA's Jeff Kaczmar.

What New Mystery Is This | RVCA SF

On March 15th our RVCA San Fransisco store opened "What new Mystery is this" showcasing new works by Ryan De La Hoz, new windows by Ben Venom & Bill McRight and live performances by Corners & Primitive Hearts. The work is on display daily from 11-7pm until May 25th, 2013. Thanks so much to everyone who came out to the opening. Read more for photos of the opening night by Ashlei Quinones!

ANP Quarterly Vol 2 / No 7

ANPQuarterly Vol 2 / No 7 features interviews with James Bridle on the New Aesthetic, Liars, filmmakers Sophie Flicker & Maximilla Lukacs, photographer Mark Cohen, Suzanne Ciani and artists Clare Rojas, Mickalene Thomas and Peter Shire. Also in this issue are articles on LA Punk Gangs of the '80s, Personal Utopias, Ana Kras, Val Kilmer's art and much more.View the full article for a complete list of ANP Quarterly Vol 2 / No 7 stockists or purchase a copy of ANP Quarterly here.

Herbie Fletcher x RVCA x Hole NYC

The Hole NYC presents "Wrecktangles" by surfing pioneer Herbie Fletcher along with a RVCA Pop Up shop merchandised by Luck You Collective. Here are the official announcements.Herbie Fletcher "Wrecktangles" February 9-28th, 2013The Hole NYC is proud to present six major new works by surf legend and artist Herbie Fletcher at the main gallery at 312 Bowery. These artworks are massive and vital, like the huge waves Herbie was known for pioneering during his fifty-year plus career as a surfer. These pieces are made from the wave-munched fragments of broken boards actually used when surfing giant waves. The thunderous force of the ocean is apparent in these jagged and mishapen “Wrecktangles”, but perhaps the most eye-catching component is the various decals, traction pads, fins or logos that show both the personalization of each board and the sponsorship and awards circuits of pro surfing. The combination of the odd formal geometries of a late Frank Stella with the pop cacophony of logos and images, makes for a very interesting work of art that is charged with energy and life.RVCA Pop-Up Shop at Hole NYCRVCA brought the sand to the Bowery with a pop-up shop at Hole NYC featuring limited-edition t-shirts from Herbie Fletcher, Christian Fletcher, Julian Schabel, Todd James, Alexis Ross, Bert Krak, Espo and Luck You Collective.  The pop-up also features a curated selection of RVCA cut & sew items and accessories.  RVCA advocate Louis Shannon of Luck You Collective designed and merchandised the Pop Up shop.Read more for photos of "Wrecktangles" and the RVCA Pop-Up shop courtesy of Alon Shierman.

Sage Vaughn | Falling Down

ANP Artist Sage Vaughn and fellow artist Bill McRight show "Falling Down" at THIS Gallery in Los Angeles January 18th, 2013. The duo went to town on the gallery with nailed up bats and balloons filled with paint. The result was this.Video by Brandon Jensen. Read more for behind the scenes photos by Aaron Farley.

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