Art In Ad Places – When Art Invades Advertising Spaces

What if art invades advertising spaces? Meet the Art in Ad Places project!

Launched in January 2017, this collective of artists, curators and enthusiasts wants to fight against the omnipresence of advertising, generating a real visual pollution, replacing it with creations proposed by artists from all over the world! Continue reading »

Sig Waller’s Kitsch Gothic Invades Suburbia’s Comfort Zone

Sig Waller (“S.I.G.” – “Spectrum is Green” from Captain Scarlett and the Mysterions) injects smultzy, kitsch happy homes of the type seen in 1950s illustrations of the American dreams with a sinister and darkly humorous Gothic twist. Waller disturbs conformist visions of post-Christian, Formica-faced domestic bliss with a huge demonic creature made of shadow that’s slunk into suburbia. Continue reading »

Nature Interiors: When Nature Invades Abandoned Places

The British artist Suzanne Moxhay, based in London, imagines some amazing surreal creations, using collages, matte painting and digital retouching. A clever mix of analog and digital techniques that allows her to stage pieces of nature in abandoned places, creating captivating and poetic compositions. Continue reading »

Godzilla Invades Tokyo: Midtown Meets Godzilla

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Crewmember Tetsuo Hayashi airbrushes the final touches to a 6.6 meter replica of the famous Godzilla at Tokyo Midtown on July 15, 2014 in Tokyo, Japan. The “MIDTOWN Meets GODZILLA” project is in collaboration with the Japan release of the Hollywood film version of “Godzilla”. The Godzilla built on the lawns of Tokyo Midtown will host a light show everynight complete with mist, audio and fire rays. (Photo by Chris McGrath/Getty Images) Continue reading »