The video was shot using an obsolete television camera and processed with a video synthesizer and a reconfigured broadcast mixer to create a realm outside of this dimension...
For those of you who don't know, we find MF Doom to be incredible, and all the art direction and album covers around him to be some of the best in music. This video fits the bill.
Join an adorable six-year-old host on a journey to discover monumental public artworks throughout San Francisco.
Thomas Campbell directs a book trailer and mini-doc for Deanna Templeton's stunning new book, "The Swimming Pool."
If this video 1-minute video of Opium bombing doesn’t give you the adrenaline shot you need to go out and write on stuff, you might need to check your pulse aka you may be dead.
Jaz Harold’s sculptures employ plush and soft materials, alongside silicone to create odd worlds.
Communicating with aliens as parallel realms collide in the former Yugoslavia, A Second World, is a portrait of the region's colossal World War II monuments.
An update on Polish sculptor Gregor Gaida
Kim’s figures play in between the material and spiritual worlds.
Straddling the line between sculpture and painting, Nick Georgiou creates imagery with bundled newsprint.
Hawai’ian-born Alison Moritsugu meticulously paints landscapes on furniture and logs.
Back in 2010, Seattle-based design studio, Lead Pencil Studio, installed a billboard on the US-Canada border in Washington "signifying no advertisement, no traditional information and no navigational
Lucien Shapiro’s practice expands from an impulsive drive to collect and recontextualize found materials. Living and working in the San Francisco Bay Area, the artist gathers items from his surroun
Kehinde Wiley interprets his striking paintings in stained glass installations.
Kate Hush’s neon world, inspired by men’s rights activists, reveals femme fatales and “crazy bitches,” in implied narratives.
Jason Freeny creates imaginary innards and exposes them in this clear plastic balloon animal.
We all have fears. In A Fool's Journey, artist Lucien Shapiro begins a journey that offers guests the opportunity to place one of their fears into a vessel.