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Issue #3 - Community & Culture
Sponsors & Supporters
Clutter Magazine’s latest line of lovable Canbots features 21 limited edition designs from 16 internationally renowned artists, each one a new staple in every enthusiast’s collection.
Located in Jersey City, Deep Space Gallery hosts monthly exhibitions, serving as a creative incubator and launchpad for their roster of formally-trained and outsider contemporary artists.
NonStopPins brings you wearable collectibles from artists like Lady Pink, Lucky Rabbit, Madvaillian, and more. NonStopPins also offers services for artists looking to create their own products. The official UP pin was created through NonStopPins high-quality services.
S.A.I.L. provides a visual guide to New York’s street art scene through online documentation, merchandise, and their recently released hardcover volume immortalizing standouts from Kobra to Jappy Lemon.
The Worcester Cultural Coalition believes that arts, culture, and creativity help us experience the world in new ways. Their new home for the arts, the JMAC, embodies their commitment to creative community engagement.
Part of the Worcester Cultural Coalition, POP UP Worcester offers a place for local artists, organizations, and creatives to develop a variety of events ranging from art shows and open mics to yoga classes and lessons in drag.
East Village Vintage Collective opened its brick and mortar location in August 2015 to bring you curated vintage fun at affordable prices and keep the old school East Village vibe alive.
Located in Bushwick Brooklyn, 3RD ETHOS Gallery & NonProfit Org. is a welcoming multifaceted creative space and community-based initiative dedicated to art, music, design, and everything in between.
LA Street Art Gallery is a map to Los Angeles’ street art. Connecting artists and fans, LASAG aims to build a community in tune with LA’s street art culture and create an environment where everyone can share their artwork.