For those of you who don't know, we find MF Doom to be incredible, and all the art direction and album covers around him to be some of the best in music. This video fits the bill.
Join an adorable six-year-old host on a journey to discover monumental public artworks throughout San Francisco.
Thomas Campbell directs a book trailer and mini-doc for Deanna Templeton's stunning new book, "The Swimming Pool."
If this video 1-minute video of Opium bombing doesn’t give you the adrenaline shot you need to go out and write on stuff, you might need to check your pulse aka you may be dead.
Tea company Taylors of Harrogate has built a luxurious experience for bees, a literal resort, for, um, luxurious pollination.
Mounting six sculptural works in unexpected interior and exterior spaces, Bernardi Roig challenges visitors perception and experience in NO/Escape, on view beginning October 25. His project add
Somewhere, Ernest Hemingway is happy. And perhaps a littly tipsy. Perhaps both. In the spirit of "The Sun Also Rises," or maybe a connection we are just making in our own heads because of
Sanne de Wilde puts metaphors into use in her beautiful series titled Snow White. Wilde relates photographic material to people with albinism, noting that both are light sensitive. Light leaves an i
With Roger Ballen on the cover of the magazine this month, we thought we would take a look back at one our favorite collaborations: Asger Carlsen and Roger Ballen. We are big fans of Asger Carlsen w
Each week we feature updates on current graffiti scenes in a number of major U.S. cities with the help of a few select photographers. Ray Mock aka Carnage NYC delivers this week’s New York Sce
A stunning work has just been producing in Gaza by artist Iyad Sabbah, documenting and preserving the destruction of the neighborhood of Shuja’iyya during the recent conflict and the now homel
On 22nd of July, the legendary Londonewcastle Project Space on Redchurch Street opened doors for their last ever art event, a popup solo show by the Spanish artist Pejac. "Law of The Weakest" is the artists first major solo show.
We remember seeing Edward del Rosario's work at Richard Heller Gallery a few years back, and wanted to revisit this morning. His bio is great: Edward del Rosario was born in St. Louis, Missouri.
Giuseppe Mastromatteo has been working as an artist for more than a decade. After a period spent as a recordist assistant inside a record company, Mastromatteo graduated from Accademia di Comunicazi
Ryan Koopmans is a Dutch & Canadian photographer fascinated by the interaction of nature with man made elements. His series Paradise Now takes a look at the construction of urban utopias and how
It's harrowing to consider the caliber of plutocratic monster who might hang one of Enamel Kingdom's menacing tiger slabs behind the desk in his lair. One imagines the sort of curiously cult
Beijing-based artist Cao Hui has constructed and dissected classical sculptures to reveal raw, fleshy, innards. Hui has previously pulled the guts out of a sofa and opened the gruesome, gory inside
We are liking this haunting series of oil paintings by Zhu Yiyong. Investigating the effects of pollution on modern urban China, Yiyong uses a unique technique involving thin layers of paint on fini