Well, here we are—having hit the point where all of our print content has been reproduced online, and no plan to continue …
Art provides Batiz balance, transference of polarity, positive valence; unfocused energy becomes focused, and negative energy becomes positive.
Lauren Clark was the featured artist for Lamplighter’s Artist Writer Mashup, a program we ran during the month of April, where writers were assigned one of her illustrations—all from her ink and watercolor series—and tasked with generating original writing using her art as a muse. A graduate of William Paterson University, her art is as serious as it is whimsical.
We’re teaming up with the great people at Jersey Collective to find and publish photos from some of the best photographers shooting in New Jersey.
After suffering the loss of its former space on Broad Street in Newark, when the store underneath the gallery caught fire and caused permanent damage to the structure above, Index was forced to close in June, 2013. This winter, shaken of ashes and baring a newfound bravery, Index has ascended from the flames.
What started as a New Years resolution has become an unruly passion. Brian Lorio pushes the “life as it is” aesthetic into his photography, capturing the culturally-rich city atmospheres of the Garden State, giving artistic credit and focus to the quickly snapped moments of life that our digital era processes and filters all too quickly.
Artist Steve Janowicz, creator of LowArts, challenges the world of consumer-level art, putting a new perspective on value.
Steve Gelenter, founder of Create or Destroy, puts cult/pop culture art on t-shirts
Local filmmakers raise over $10k to film a romantic comedy in Jersey City
This generation is known for its desire to be unique. Independent clothing lines promotes the idea of being able to take control of your own style and personality. In New Jersey, three indie clothing brands—The Fresh, Xclothing, and MAINTENANCE Clothing—share a passion for individual style and the DIY drive.