Sometimes a music video + song just makes you smile, and Hamilton Leithauser + Rostam "A 1000 Times" does just that.
A traditional sign painter and a stained glass and tattoo artist come together over their love of Motörhead.
"The Giant Walls" is a project created in Massey High School, located on the northern boundary of west Auckland.
Sneak preview of KAABOO Del Mar art and music fest coming up this weekend.
From the new LP, Jack White: Acoustic Recordings 1998—2016, Michel Gondry has transformed the beautiful White Stripes era "City Lights" into an intimate, shower-drawing affair.
In an East-meets-West-meets-South-of-the-Border psychedelic apparition, we find a menagerie of colorful creatures celebrating the New Year together in an abundance of dramatic situations.
Roald Dahl books turned into films have a mixed-record, but we are getting excited for the Steven Spielberg-directed version of the "The BFG".
Inspired originally by the shape of the head of a boa constrictor, the installation contains elements that Neto has been using in his work for more than 20 years: the unity of humanity and nature, se
German Friday delivers this week’s Detroit Scene Report featuring the work of Sufer, Anice, Niets, Taxer, Meme, Pack, Grey, 2buck, Touch, and more.
Rebecca Louise Law is renowned for her large-format artworks made using natural materials like flowers, stones, branches and fruits.
Leah Edelman-Brier's 'Body Becoming' series "aims to construct beauty out of what appears outwardly grotesque while questioning the resilience of the body.
For the past few weeks we have been showing process and indoor works from the Nuart 2016 festival, and today, we show you the outdoor murals completed around Stavanger, Norway.
A new book attempts to “unlock” the depiction of the Naked Body in the postphotographic, digital era.
Mike D aka Doomsday1973 delivers this week's Bay Area Scene Report featuring Toro, Kiro, Goog, Nychos, Pemex, Klops, Blief, Tase, Baer, Aker, Hotel, Gusto, Death, Pivot and more.
Central Valley California writer, Swear, has been painting a lot of steel over the last few years along with walls.
Dahoul’s ongoing Dream series has explored the physical and psychological effects of alienation, solitude, and longing that punctuate the human experience at various stages in life.
Each of his subjects, seemingly devoid of expression and in a state of anomie, are depicted with large heads attached to bodies cut off at the knees—distortions of form and space, compressed as if
The Rolling Stones, a living reminder of what rock n'roll is/was/can be, are going the David Bowie route and giving themselves an art show, and it called "EXHIBITIONISM."