For the 8th time, UNICEF partners with the biggest names of contemporary art, design, jewelery and celebrity to present about 90 unique and very special dolls. Presented yesterday, they will be auctioned on December 7 in Paris. These dolls became real works of art, and a way for
We already features the awesome still life photography of Jenny Van Sommers and since then she shot recently this beautiful Christo inspired “digitorial” for culture online magazine Nowness. Playing with the alluring shapes and angles of each scent’s bottle, set designer Gary Card and Jenny transforms
One of the most prolific and recognizable artists alive today, Ron English just opened his latest exhibition at the Frank M. Doyle Arts Pavilion (California) entitled Status Factory with a surreal assemblage of over 100 artworks by the artist. This highly interactive exhibition traces the arc of English’s most ambitious themes across mediums.
Costa Rican artist fabrizio Arrieta is launching his latest ‘el placer de lo inesperado‘ exhibition on November 18th at the Diablo Rosso gallery, in Panama City. On display are a series of paintings depicting his ‘cut + paste’ reinterpretations of elements from the realm of fashion in today’s abundant visual culture.
Austrian-born artist Erwin Wurm introduces his new ‘Gulp’ exhibition at the Lehmann Maupin gallery (NY) – In ‘Gulp‘ Wurm introduces the theme of the social envelope – clothing, food, furniture, cars, houses – in order to annotate the fragility of both the individual and collective identity behind it. Wurm uses these items as personifications of
Graffiti artist and Original Fake label owner Kaws chose Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin to showcase his latest work. Like his drawings of The Simpson’s (Kimpsons), this time the artist presents a set of several new paintings inspired by Sponge Bob.
American artist Nils Nova’s impressive installations are designed to subvert our perception of time and our assumptions about space. He mixes techniques like ink-jet prints on blue back-paper pasted on the wall, paintings on boards,
Known for being the costume designer and co-creator of Borat, Ali G and Bruno – Jason Alper, is also a great artist. He mixes fine art with luxury and turns logos into high art on oil painted canvas. His latest exhibition “Proletarian Drift and the Enfranchisement of the Bourgeoisie” was
A great concept by Parisian (street) artist Ludo for his ‘Co-branding’ series where he mixes his style with major luxury brands. “Brands use crappy ultra aesthetic images that no one understands to sell their stuff so I had to do it too.”
A while ago we reviewed Swiss artist Felice Varni’s trompe l’oeil work. Well his inspiration comes from the master of trompe l’oeil art, French artist/photographer Georges Rousse who invented ‘Geometrism’ in space. There are no accidents in his work. Everything is planned, from its very inception to the final snapshot.