Exhibiting internationally since 1995, New York-based illustrator Matthew Cusick owns an impressive portfolio of mixed media art. The Texas-born king of collage is widely known for his work with vintage map cut-outs, configuring entire states and countries into credible works of art. As applaudable as this work is, I’m particularly drawn to the colourfully ironic ‘Happy [...]
These awesome ‘Hexalights’ are a series of 2D cartoon pendant lamps by New York based Marcus Tremonto. Continuing to explore the manipulation of two and three-dimensional imagery, Tremonto has created a series of lights using electroluminescent paper and graphics, two dimensional drawings of “cubes” that suggest three dimensional objects. These lights
This 2,000 sq ft. space, with very high ceilings features an amazing view of New York’s skyline. The Murray Hill penthouse designed by Cortney & Bob Novogratz (9bydesign) features a perfect mix between vintage and modern furniture with touches of bright color. The roof terrace is one
New York based photographer Tomaas shot this gorgeous ‘Plastic Fantastic’ series creating outfits and accessories only using disposable plastic props. I could not find the prop stylist’s info anywhere, but she also did an amazing job!
These New York paintings from Portuguese artist Jorge Colombo look like they could be watercolor on canvas, but they are actually digitally produced. No photo references, no tablets, no brushes to wash: just his finger on the tiny iPhone touch screen! Drawn on location using an iPhone app called Brushes. Pretty Amazing!
I just discovered the charming fashion illustrations of New York based artist Inslee Haynes. Always drawing very stylish ladies in her very own style, all of her watercolor illustrations remind me a lot of street style photography. Haynes’ works as a freelancer and is excited to work on any your fashion projects.
Jewelry label Made Her Think always comes out with visually-stunning lookbooks, and this Spring 2012 is no different. Despite all the elements being quite simple—black and white treatment, basic styling, and the model’s natural poses—one can’t help but stare at each image in this “Everything is Sacred” lookbook.
It takes a lot to stop a New Yorker in his or her tracks, but a massive 44-foot tall human head in the middle of Madison Square Park might just do the trick. From May to mid-September, passers-by are treated to the long-awaited New York public debut of the Spanish artist and sculptor Jaume Plensa.
Today in TrendHome is not a loft or a mansion but a New York Ferry converted as studio and show space – Recently Navid Barraty had the opportunity to photograph Victoria and Richard MacKenzie’s children’s home aboard the historic 1907 Yankee Ferry, afloat in the New York City Harbor. They’ve not only restored the Yankee [...]
It’s always interesting to have a fresh new eye of a city that has been shot thousands of time. The Belgrade based photographer Marko Savic published a book of his photographs from his visit of the Big Apple in April 2011. See below his NY state of mind!
Listen to “Fair Warning (Oliver Remix)” here BUY HERE Many have come to love Penguin Prison aka Chris Glover for the disco that he has proven undead. The New Yorker keeps up an energy as vibrant as his city and has another pulsating single up his sleeve, remixed to an at-times ethereal effect. What catches [...]
A master of color and geometric composition, Andy Gilmore‘s work is often characterized as kaleidoscopic and hypnotic. Though it could just as well be described as visually acoustic, his often complex arrangements reference the scales and melodies in music. Gilmore’s journey toward this