Italy-based illustrator and cartoonist Ale Giorgini has produced a fun illustrated collection of ‘famous couples’ from pop-culture. Titled ‘That’s Amore!’, which translates to ‘That’s Love!’, Giorgini used geometric shapes to create illustrations of famous couples such as Marge and Homer Simpson, as well as Spiderman and Mary Jane.
Photographer Richard Silver’s ongoing series Time Sliced captures famous monuments from around the world in 36 different ‘slices’ of the day as it transitions into night. Continue reading “Time Sliced: Famous World Locations captured through different times of the Day by Richard Silver” »
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Pejac recently spent some time in Paris, France where he worked his way through a couple of new street pieces including the above piece which is entitled “Ants”. With his minimalist but clear style, he painted 2 silhouettes of kids being cruel with magnifying glass on what looks like colony of ants. Continue reading “New Street Pieces by Pejac in Paris // France” »
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Berlin-based artist Ines Kouidis creates these amazing collage portraits of famous actors, musicians, and fashion icons. Old newspapers, glossy magazines, posters and paper of any kind are her colours and source.
ONG&ONG Pte Ltd. completed the design and development of 65BTP-House, a private residence with a luminous contemporary character in Singapore. The project is surrounded by a vast garden that converges at a colossal pre-war rain tree of such magnificence that its presence is ingrained within the very architecture of the house itself. Continue reading “65BTP-House – Modern Residence in Singapore by ONG&ONG Architects” »
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1. Copenhagen, Denmark
For the second year in a row, Copenhagen has claimed the number one spot. This makes the Danish capital the first three-time winner of the report. Filling out the rest of the top three, Tokyo has risen to second place and Melbourne has slipped to third. Continue reading “Monocle’s 2014 Quality of Life Survey Lists the Top 25 Most Liveable Cities” »
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“CareerRIP is a tribute to our passed heroes whose careers have sadly left us. We celebrate their brightest hours through a series of limited edition T-shirts. At CareerRIP we are a family, and it takes all of us to remember not to forget. Tweet using #CareerRIP with loved ones you’d like us to pay homage to.”
Brian Dettmer, a New York-based artist known as the Book Surgeon, uses tweezers, knives, scalpels and other surgical tools to dissect and carve old books into intricate and beautiful sculptures. Dettmer’s work has a sort of vintage touch to it because he uses old books – maps, encyclopedias, textbooks, manuals, and any other sort of literature that he can turn into an interesting piece of art.
Taking an unorthodox approach with the latest lookbook, HUF presents an illustrated set of visuals for its Fall 2014 Delivery 2 campaign. Based on photographs taken by Brian Kelley in New York City’s Chinatown, graffiti artist Gorey reworked the images into a watercolor artwork showcasing the latest apparel and footwear from HUF.
“Here is a new Test Shot segment with Kyra Santoro. If you are not familiar with her already, then you’re welcome. I remember meeting her at a Long Beach Agenda Show. It is always rad when girls are just cool, regardless of their status or their looks or whatnot. I appreciate a down-to-earth girl. We had exchanged info and set up a date to shoot. Fortunate for me, I have some really nice friends. Like Evidence who let me shoot some flicks of her in his personal studio at his Venice pad. I thought it was an interesting contrast, since most people have just shot her in swimsuits on a beach somewhere. Changing the setting up for her was fun. It was definitely awesome shooting around the studio and watching her dig through vinyl.” – Van Styles
For his latest body of work, artist Maskull Lasserre acquired a number of souvenir sculptures, the kind found in antique stores or craft fairs that have been mass-produced by anonymous artists, which he then used as a foundation for his own artwork. Continue reading “Skeletons carved in Souvenir Sculptures by Maskull Lasserre” »
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British photographer Tony Hammond keeps it sparse: one look through his pastel-pigmented Instagram feed paints a portrait of an smartphone artist with an eye as attuned to capturing decisive moments as he is at rendering them into minimalist compositions. Continue reading “Minimalistic iPhone Photography by Tony Hammond” »
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With a unique combination of Western graffiti styles and traditional Chinese art, 23-year old Chen Yingjie, aka Hua Tunan, is making a name for himself as one of the leading forces in the realm of street art. “Splatter Ink Cheetah” is grand in scale and incredibly detailed, combining traditional Chinese ink methods and Western art graffiti by splattering ink, adding complexity and richness to the breathtaking image. The colors come to life, almost mimicking the wild and unpredictable nature of his subject.
Filipino graphic designer Eisen Bernard Bernardo has a funny series titled ‘Mag + Art’ featuring fashion magazine covers mashed with classical paintings. He has managed to cleverly blend the poses of celebrities like Angelina Jolie, Beyoncé and Ryan Gosling to imitate those of the models in famous artworks by Botticelli, Klimt and Picasso.
Jay Shells installed 22 new Rap Quotes-Signs with lyrics from Rap artists like Black Thought, Action Bronson, Beanie Sigel, Meek Mill and more around Philadelphia.