DINOSAUR No. 3 features a look at the well curated, provocative exhibition of artist Keith Haring’s politically focused works, which runs through February 16 at San Francisco’s de Young Museum. Miss it and weep … but console yourself with these personal recollections of the artist by his creative friends Ann Magnuson and Frank Holliday.
In this article from DINOSAUR No. 3, Larry Hirsch explores how the Mustache Institute is championing the welcome return of the fabled Mouth Brow. Photograph by Kelly Puleio.
In this excerpt from an article appearing in DINOSAUR Issue 3, the filmmaker talks to Jim Winters about hitchhiking across America, why landscape art can be sexy, and what he doesn’t want people doing while he’s dying. Paintings by Jim Winters.
In an excerpt from an article appearing in DINOSAUR Issue 3, the Devo leader talks to David A. Keeps about the new, major retrospective of his art — and what shaped his world view. Photographs by Steven Miller.