THE AVANT/GARDE DIARIES: Aaron Rose Discusses The Watts Towers in Los Angeles THE AVANT/GARDE DIARIES recently had the privilege to sit down with cultural ambassador Aaron Rose to discuss a piece of artwork very near and dear to his heart: The Watts Towers in Los Angeles. Created by hand...

The Generic Man enlisted Aaron Rose for their new film, "Words of Advice," starring Chris Johanson to promote their latest collaboration with Comme des Garcons SHIRT for Spring/Summer 2012. The simplicities of life, as explained by Johanson, help tell the GM x CdG sneaker story. Tip to...

Portrait of a Lady is not jasmine; as many of you undoubtedly already know. It is rose, an oriental sort of rose with woody notes and spices, quite different from their earthy masterpiece Une Rose and even farther away from the powder-puff classic, Lipstick Rose. Portrait either was or...

I'm not a tie's person but this top which Rose (a Brazilian artist and friend) gave me, it's really a great gift! It was so windy that it was pretty hard to keep my hair out of my face and the amazing collar of the top didn't stay quiet for a moment neither the back tie. Od course we had lots...

Celebrating the motorcity's rich heritage, Levi's presents Boom Town: Detroit in the 60s, a documentary made by Aaron Rose. Iconic genres like motown and garage rock first found their footing in Detroit during the '60s, an evolutionary time when the auto industry was booming. Here, Rose and...

Directed by Aaron Rose. Part 1: The Hustler It's magic hour. The sun is falling below the hills of Los Feliz. A car rolls up to a quiet street with no witnesses. The passenger, a female accomplice in Push‐Up denim, leads the way inside the storied mansion, but who is she?

Although his intentions vary with the rolling of each piece, he always seems to find a way to portrait the human spirit in a very inspiring manner that grabs a hold of our emotions and personal memories. Taking some time away from his globetrotting philanthropy, the street artist sat down...

" The video was created by Aaron Rose and uses animations based on Niki De Saint Phalle's drawings from her book My Love, Where Shall We Make Love? released back in 1988. The late Saint Phalle was most famous for her expressions of the proverbial everywoman through illustrations and sculptures...

National Portrait Gallery The Duchess of Cambridge's first official portrait, by Glasgow-born artist Paul Emsley, has met with praise from the subject, who called it 'amazing—I thought it was brilliant.' Art critics, however, have been less kind. The Duchess, who sat for the portrait at...

Strong art theme for this issue with movie star James Franco, Aaron Rose, Ryan Mcginley, Riccardo Tisci, Alex Shaffer, Peter De Potter, Mount Kimbie and James Blake. Anja was lensed by Emma Summerton. PR & Entertainer I've written 340 posts on livincool.com

 

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