Cheemey Boey does really awesome illustrations on styrofoam cups with a sharpie. We talked to him about it
Invisibility’s been a staple of sci fi, fictional espionage and magic. Now we might be one step closer to the real thing. But for us, progress just isn’t fast enough – so we’re exploring other options. Here’s our quick guide to dressing to disappear.
Ceramic ladies in traditional poses demurely reveal their insides. Some dance, happily holding their eyeballs aloft. Others clasp baskets, which on closer inspection turn out to be their removed brains. Harrison’s earlier work includes domes, seemingly, made of teeth, and furniture of human skin, we wanted to find out more about her visceral fascination.
Voina (or “War” to give them their English name) are a radical art group concerned with challenging the Russian establishment on important political issues such as attitudes towards homophobia, race, and the totalitarian actions of the state, through creating outrageous and provocative art performances in Russia.
Don’t Panic spoke to the group here
Derrick Santini has photographed lots of models and famous faces. His latest project is a bit different- it’s not film, but it’s a moving picture. Well, a bunch of them. The clever photos show ‘voyeuristic and provocative’ scenes as you walk past. You just have to take another look- did she really just lose her swimsuit?
Get details on the show here.
Miss Plastic 2010- yes, it really happened. See the winner (and some of the competitors) as well as some of the less attractive results of cosmetic surgery here:
ALIS PELLESCHI, PROVOCATIVE PHOTOGRAPHER, READ FULL INTERVIEW HERE: