Opening on June 20, Scion Installation L.A. Gallery in Culver City and Faesthetic magazine present This Must Be The Place, a collection of art and oddities from Gluekit, Maxwell Loren Holyoke-Hirsch, Damien Correll, Joel Speasmaker, Matt Curry, Skull Phone, Dan Funderburgh and Jemma Hostetler. The artists explore the idea of home, using only two-toned palettes. Gluekit (made up of Christopher and Kathleen Sleboda) are known for their experimental typography. San Diego’s Maxwell Loren Holyoke-Hirsch uses an array of materials (wood, wax, ink and more) and bold colors to illustrate chaotic themes. Damien Correll is a designer and illustrator living in Brooklyn who works as a creative partner at Part & Parcel Studio. Joel Speasmakerâ€™s Brooklyn-based multi-purpose studio works in the areas of graphic design, art direction, publishing, branding, Web design and development, illustration and curatorial projects. Matt Curry, a Grammy-winning designer/illustrator/painter draws inspiration from mythology and religious iconography. Skull Phone is a Los Angeles-based artist whose imagery is cold and skeptical. Dan Funderburgh, a wallpaper designer and artist from Brooklyn, loves to blend art and decoration. Jemma Hostetler is an art director and designer working in branding, product, print and interactive media.