Beautiful new hand-drawn artwork from Hayato Nishimaki up on Tokyocube. Exhibiting at Takashi Murakami’s Geisai Museum 2 show in Tokyo, Hayato Nishimaki is regarded as one of the finest up and coming artists in Japan at the moment.
From April 23rd through May 16th, Andipa Gallery presents 20 original works on canvas, pallet and steel by UK’s leading urban artist, Banksy.
More info and pics at My Modern Met.
I am absolutely in love with this latest street installation by Brazil-based Titi Freak. After making his way over to Japan, he’s been keeping himself busy by painting the streets of Osaka for the past three months. Seamlessly coinciding with Japanese culture and landscape, his brightly colored koi fish really sets the bar high for other street artists.
More pics at My Modern Met.
These weired creature designs are made by Animabase(Wonman Kim).
Wonman Kim is a illustrator, graphic designer and concept artist from South Korea.
He made his own funny and weired analisys creatures series project.
He told these creature designs are inspired some weired dream a few month ago.
I figured after about a year with the same theme it was time to make a new one, and update the site with some of my latest work. So here it is, http://jonmack.co.uk/ Try not to be too brutal!
The MOS DEF poster for Sasquatch music festival isit is silkscreened edition of 50.
It’s that time again when all the world’s most design conscious eyes are on Milan for it’s annual Salone Internazionale del Mobile furniture fair and the ever growing list of fringe shows, exhibitions, galleries and events that make Milan the coolest place on earth for the week at least. This is the first in a selection of highlights from the various events this week.
Via: We Heart Stuff
Diz Decor Vinyl stickers, by Julia Wolf.
Client Diz Decor, Rio de Janiero
Instead of trying to hide plugs and cables, the vinyl stickers, created for the Brazilian company Diz Decor, emphasise the »electronic chaos«. Birds and clouds can be arranged personally.