In this 1974 video, legendary movie director, screenwriter, animator, and Monty Python member, Terry Gilliam shows us how to create stop-motion animations.
Los Angeles-based rock ‘n roll band Tiger Army recently released their much-anticipated album, V •••–
The newest installment of Monochrome features Merlot getting down with a simple 3 color piece inside an abandoned building.
The concept of this project was sparked from the idea that by bringing my bronze work into the board series, it would provide an access point to other forms of art, and the possibility of others bein
Los Angeles-based graffiti writer, Hufr, who we interviewed back in 2014 has released a new video featuring his work along with special guests Blah and Ribs.
On Earth Day, we take a look at our friends at KEEN's "Live Monumental" campaign and look into the environmentally focused art of Jeremy Collins.
Catch Brooklyn artist Dima in San Francisco this month.
Combining iconography from comic books, art history, and popular culture, Art & Beauty portrays a broad selection of images of female figures in diverse settings...
Sakugawa’s comics explore both the transcendental and the gritty day-to-day.
Sarah Mirk’s writing, illustrations and editing work address everything from Portland history to the experience of female Guantanamo veterans.
Andrea Bower’s activist art addresses themes of immigration, environmental activism, and body politics through a feminist lens.
João Ruas, aka Feral Kid, creates collage-like enigmatic figures.
We always enjoy the graphite drawings and sketchbooks of Milan-based Thomas Cian. His more recent work has a translucent, double-exposure effect.
Vaka Valo’s illustration series “Dream Diary” leaves us with a strange taste in our mouths.
For the 2016 Setouchi Triennale, artist Oscar Oiwa has filled the interior of an inflatable vinyl dome with his intricate black marker illustrations.
Kim Joon explores the vapid commercialism of the US in his striking digital prints.
The kaleidoscopic compositions are by turns whimsical and melancholic, tinged with both nostalgia and a sense of the macabre. I think of them as playful investigations into the sometimes violent imag