Architectural Light Art
By Josh Walker - 23 Nov 2014
California born Johanna Grawunder is something of a light artist. Having said to Dwell magazine that a turned-off chandelier is “one of the saddest things in the world,” her desire to illuminate is realized in a stylized manner.
By Ada Alti - 21 Nov 2014
  On October 23rd, West Hollywood’s De Re Gallery was overwhelmed with the coolest crowd and a star-studded guest list. The man of the night, was the iconic photographer Brian Bowen Smith who presented his first solo exhibition, WILDLIFE.
By Cyril Foiret - 20 Nov 2014
By Kari Indergaard Sundli - 20 Nov 2014
Studio Wieki Somers is a dutch design duo by Wieki Somers and Dylan van den Berg.
By Ani Tzenkova - 20 Nov 2014
Since Jeremy Scott took over Moschino and gave the whole world the green light to embrace the pop culture, Cecille Chavez’s conceptual imagery is more than just relevant.
By Deeksha Mehta - 20 Nov 2014
Texas-based artist Irby Pace‘s works can be described as haunting and ethereal. In his series “Idle Voids,” Pace uses various outdoor spaces and adds his own “pop” of color to each environment in the form of cloud-like explosions.