February cover artist Marcel Dzama has teamed up with Spoon on a music video for a brand new track off their upcoming album Hot Thoughts out March 17th, 2017.
"Love is Love" is a collaborative animation made with contributions from 120 amazing artists all around the world.
Monochrome is a series presented by Spray Daily where they ask one writer to paint a wall with just three cans, which is the true test of talent where you can't hide behind all those fancy colors. In
An homage to all the lost time we collectively spend in digital limbo in the hopes of sudden development on our screen.
A cheeky canine chappy who just LOVES exploring (ahem) holes, Dick’s wild walk in the park is seriously restricted by his lack of protective clothing. Until his owner finds him the perfect little r
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.
Kate Hush’s neon world, inspired by men’s rights activists, reveals femme fatales and “crazy bitches,” in implied narratives.
The dirty details lie in the folds of Léonard Combier's illustrations.
The Museum of Tomorrow may be an unapproachable destination but Tianhua Mao is its very special curator.
Deteriorating architecture and lacy shades of ruin embody Seth Clark’s work. Amidst the clutter of rubble, collage and paint, the images are focused on dignified decay.
Schall’s “hair portraits” are hyper-detailed colored pencil renderings of human’s hair—absent faces or bodies.
With a style that reminds us a little of the Radiohead's "Jigsaws Falling Into Place," Michael Carson makes a night out seem like a smokey, dreamy experience.
Peruvian artist illustrates feminist protest scenes.