Art Will Save the World
24 Aug
How the love of X, X-Men & Eggo Waffles conflates into art

I love Motorhead. You Know this. I love Joan Jett. You know that. I love X. You should know that. Why am I telling you this? Because another guy loves them too, only he happens to be a wicked talented Rock (Poster) God!!! (cue thunder) Bootsy Rizzak aka Josh Bernstein caught my attention a few […]


23 Nov
Taking Edvard Munch's "Scream" to Robotic new heights

We started off our Rock (Poster Art) Gods! series with Dan Stiles, and next up was Casey Burns. In the third installment we hit up Mike King with a couple questions to bounce off his artistic head. Another rock poster artiste extraordinaire hailing from the raining climes of Portland, Oregon, King heads his Crash America design […]


5 Nov
The art of implied violence, feminine wiles & Van Halen logos

Couple weeks back we launched our new artist featured series Rock (Poster Art) Gods! with Dan Stiles, and now we continue with another top illustrator in his field Casey Burns. You might recognize the above poster for Sonic Youth, or one of his many excellently sexy/implicitly malevolent posters for Spoon — most of which feature […]


14 Apr
The hilariously stimulating art of Barnaby Barford

I don’t know what it is, but I have a soft spot for toys and dolls doing very bad things. Very very bad things. Whether its Barbie committing bloody kitchen decapitations, action figures attacking naked girls and acting like stalking paparazzi, or just straight-up Barbie Porn, something always strikes a satiric chord when the innocent […]


16 Feb
Cheeming Boey transforms the disposable into the priceless

Cheeming Boey has taken one of the most disposable, valueless byproducts of Western society and transformed it with substance and value. Boey performs his alchemy on these toss-away with beautiful, at times incredibly intricate pieces of art. Using only a Sharpie and sheer creativity, Boey’s unique choice of canvas has earned him the title of […]


28 Jan
A couple words with the girl behind the gargantuan "700 wall"

A few weeks ago we covered an incredible accomplishment by well respected German graffiti artist Mad C. Her 700 Wall is not only her biggest graffiti project yet, but it’s also one of the largest pieces found in the world. It took her a year to complete, from planning to execution, entirely on her own. […]


26 Jan
French artist Bertrand Fevre creates the ultimate porcelain mug

Bertrand Fevre was the winner of the recent International Creation of Limoges Porcelain Award, a competition held this past summer inviting artists all over to create an original work of art using only Limoges Porcelain. The competition was hosted by the eponymous French city of Limoges, as the town has gained worldwide renown for their […]


23 Dec
LIAS interviews the Düsseldorf-based artist

Angie H. Iver‘s artwork has a dream-like affect to it — surreal in content, and hazy and sometimes dark in execution. In fact, depending on your perspective, some might argue more nightmarish than dreamlike. Born in a “a pretty charming medieval town” in East Germany, Iver has since moved on to the larger Düsseldorf to […]