Manila is known to most for the poverty, corruption and violence that emanates throughout the capitol city. For Utah and Ether however, it is known for only one thing; the metro system.
I received an email from a man claiming to be the subject of the original photo months later, after the wall had been published in a magazine.
In essence 2,3 is a massive pop-up book, but taken to a whole new level, the pages of each book are incredible geometric sculptures.
After weeks of speculation, Radiohead release "Burn the Witch" to some amazing stop-motion visuals and some things burning.
Monochrome continues their series where they give a writer 3 cans to paint a piece. In this episode the twins from Belgrade, Serbia, Sobekcis knocks out a piece on an abandoned building.
From the gallery: Belgian artist Sammy Slabbinck started making found-photo collages in 2009 using vintage ads and images culled from old copies of magazines like Paris Match.
MrxClownxFace delivers this week’s Bay Area Scene Report featuring the work of Aker, Smoke, Jeans, King 157, Twigs, and more.
We are so stoked on this collaboration! "Fuck A Dollar and A Dream,” a tribute to Brooklyn icon Biggie Smalls, marks the third collaboration between Kimou "Grotesk" Meyer and Case Studyo.
As a part of an almost eight-month Artist in Residency series, Mr. Cave will do something he has never done before...
Seeking a balance between aesthetic, emotional, subtextual and more mysterious concerns.
he images provide a glimpse into the personal practices of two of the most renowned painters in the medium’s history.
Mark Ryden’s newest exhibition at Paul Kasmin Gallery opened last week, and features his first monumental bronze sculpture and an ongoing exploration of Jungian archetypes in porcelain and paint.
Through her sculptures, Crystal Morey calls attention to human impact on the animal world.
We've been going through our favorite music videos of the year this morning, and "The Yabba" video from Battles’ (on their third album, ‘La Di Da Di’) is right up there.
Devyn Galindo captures American high school football in a way “Friday Night Lights” never did.
Regularly attended by celebrities such as Warhol, Mick Jagger, Debbie Harry, Grace Jones, and Michael Jackson, the club fostered an atmosphere of unadulterated hedonism.
We were intrigued to come across Chrysta Giffen’s photo series, “Curve," a series that displays the curves of the human body, made almost abstract by her photography style.