MOM: A Day With SABIO from Eddie Grams on Vimeo.
Straight out of Philadelphia to the world, Sabio has been pushing boundaries & style when it comes to this global movement we call "writing" or "graffiti."
Our friends Anthony Lister and Volcom have teamed up for a special capsule collection, and a little timelapse video of works in progress.
Justin Hager, Tim Lahan, and Friends of Type have created posters for a one night only event of Oasis: Supersonic playing in theaters nationwide.
GQ introduces Kendrick Lamar to Rick Rubin and 50 minutes of magic happens.
Our friends at Victory Journal have produced a brilliant animation short by James Blagden that combines art, sports, storytelling, animation, and the 1986 Mets.
Ha Gyung-Lee makes gorgeous illustrations that combine influences from manga and Japanese folklore with an almost Art Deco Era aesthetic.
Gerald Leung (AKA Brack Metal) is a freelance artist/ illustrator whose work is influenced by comic books, metal illustrations, anime and asian horror.
Australian artist Natalie Krim creates single-line illustrations that incorporate themes of sex, lingerie, kink and erotica in a way that is beguiling and lovely.
We're loving this series of absurd knife designs from some alternate reality by London-based illustrator Joseph Melhuish.
Ben Bachau is an illustrator whose dymanic work pulls from masks, folklore and character design to create beautiful moving works that pull at the heartstrings.
Chiba is a freelace illustrator, an artist who was born in Japan and lives in Niigata.
Josan Gonzales creates candy-colored worlds that take us through the psyches of superheroes and antiheroes alike.
Strathmore sent 12 art journals to different artists across the globe for their collaborate art project, Pass the Journal.
Illustrator Maddy Young is premiering her exhibition ‘From Dust’, at Outré Gallery, September 9,
6pm, as a part of the Small Wall Project.
Japanese artist Hideyuki Katsumata depicts robots, UFOs, dragons and bodies with multiple limbs or eyes in wild flights of monstrous imagination combining Japanese culture with comics/video game back
17th century Italian artist Giovanni Battista Piranesi is best known for a highly unusual series of prints called Imaginary Prisons, utilizing his imagination and architectural sensibilities to creat
Her interest in women’s issues and equality is often reflected in the choice of subject matter in her illustrations.