Jaffee's name and style has been synonymous with MAD Magazine, the long-running satirical publication which taught generations of skeptical teens to question false idols, push back at deceptive adver
Martin Molin, founder of the Swedish band Wintergaten, spent 14 months building a programmable marble machine that would play a song.
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.
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
Known internationally for his beautifully intricate biro drawings of the elderly and endangered species executed on found material, Powell is back with a fresh body of work that visually documents hi
Paolo Čerić uses digital processing tools for his striking illustrations.
The Museum of Tomorrow may be an unapproachable destination but Tianhua Mao is its very special curator.
Schall’s “hair portraits” are hyper-detailed colored pencil renderings of human’s hair—absent faces or bodies.
Peruvian artist illustrates feminist protest scenes.
Daria Endresen's digital art incorporates body modification, ritual, and a serious dive into the dark side.