"Run Baby Run" is a 3D printed animation, created 100% in camera, on location, with no green-screen or digital trickery.
We are excited today to premiere the new music video for the track "Mr Mistake" by Nevermen (featuring Mike Patton, Tunde from TV on the Radio and Doseone.) The video features animation work from Sar
They say that once you stop learning you're as good as dead. I tend to believe that it's true.
Utilizing traditional thangka painting techniques and mediums, Rinzin creates contemporary works.
Amuse126 and Merlot take full advantage of the blizzard that hit NYC a few weeks back by bombing all over Manhattan.
Brianna McCarthy’s Mixed Media Portraits
Sarah Sitkin is a Los Angeles based artist. Her sculptural works are made in wide variety of media including but not limited to silicone, clay, plaster, resin, and latex.
Paul’s work remixes the immaterial into the material, language into disassociation, the artists into the VJ, creation only happens when the natural flow is interrupted, when light is pulled in, whe
Best known for his kinetic paper sculptures that reinvent traditional Chinese folk craftsmanship, Li Hongbo presents four new series of works that comment on pedagogical systems as economic and socia
A multi layered sculptural practice including video, photography and object making, Tracey's work often evokes a sense of place and the various underlying narratives within that given space.
To create his "Wave City" coffee table, designer Stelios Mousarris employed 3D printing technology to sculpt wood and steel into a compelling functional sculpture.
The Impossible Humans of Bogdan Rata’s Sculpture
Pip and Pop creates the magical, glittering dreamscapes you wished upon as a child.
Christina West’s figures portray human isolation and alienation.
Monica Piloni is helping us have more creative nightmares. Her sculptures of dolls, horses, ballerinas, and contortionists are drawn from their common places and displaced in antagonistic combination
Opening their inaugural exhibition with three artists in their new Bushwick location.
Lauren Gallaspy’s work crosses genres to include illustrations and both functional and aesthetic ceramics.