Dutch Designer Sebastiaan Straatsma latest ‘Dustcollectors’ vases are inspired by Japanese Manga / Dai Kaiju. Produced for the Parisian Tools Gallery, nine vases of various sizes are currently exposed in the gallery, six others will join them later.
This year winner of the Lacoste Elysee Prize 2010 is Di Liu, a 25 year old Chinese photographer that focuses on the conflicting relationship between nature and human society, which is created by the phenomenal rate of Chinese urban development. The jury was
For her ‘Lost in my Life’ series American artist Rachel Perry Welty uses thousands of the throw away items and takes these ordinary items to create works of art with texture, complexity and meaning. She describes: “most of us don’t pay much attention to the mundane objects we use everyday, like the
Spanish Artist Alex Trochut introduced his latest concept: Skate Fails, in collaboration with Apparatu. Together they created, destroyed and deformed skateboards made out of ceramic, of which some of the parts are plated out of gold, silver and aluminum.
How awesome are Alex Fischer digital collages !? He composes his figures and landscapes by assembling a variety of visual and conceptual sources. Keeping in mind that ideas of the future are inevitably the fastest to change, Fischer maintains that human nature is a fallible and susceptible state.
Self-taught painter and renowned British ‘street’ artist Adam Neate has a new exhibition at Elms Lester Painting Rooms. With a very distinctive style, his ’3D’ paintings look like a modern remix of Dali, Bacon and Picasso. Neat’s used to give away his work to friends and donate it to charity shops, until he realized
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.