Art

Parenting skills and pretentious film references can finally co-exist. If your Netflix categories and babysitting endeavors just aren’t lining up, now there’s a solution out there for those little tykes who would’ve otherwise been traumatized by your buzzkill Criterion Collection picks. Because artist and pop-culture nerd Todd Spence has created the Bleak Movies Coloring Book, something that is appropriate [...]


Jason Freeny, the man behind Moist Production, is a sculptor, designer, illustrator and mangler of all that is cuteness, and he has been seen around these parts before. With a professional history that made a brief pit stop in toy design years ago, it is no wonder that the subjects of his work are often directly [...]


Debuting this Thailand Toy Expo is a vivid, sexy and awesomely creepy scene built from the toy parts of Fool’s Paradise and JP Toys (and perhaps maybe just a tinge of Star Wars scrap parts). The image is a sexy hodgepodge of a Jedi-Jesus meets stripper cat-fight delivered in a lurid, mildly slapdash, deliciously blasphemous sort [...]


11 Apr
Artist Antonio Brasko brandalizes street cred on the cat walk

Antonio Brasko, a designer out of Portland, Oregon, has taken graffiti back to the streets where it belongs. Well, except without the streets, or the graffiti part. More accurately speaking to his concept of brandalizing, what he has done is a treatment of the effect that street art and culture has had on the fashion [...]


8 Apr
Street artist's activist graffiti art, Italian edition

This certainly won’t be the first time that Italian street-art master Blu has brought the mural to the next level, ranging from getting whitewashed within a day for a “controversial” anti-war piece in Los Angeles, to just general bad-assery, Big Bang style. Blu, a must-see in the graffiti-mural world for years now, often fueled by [...]


Shigeru Ban, an esteemed architect of almost 30 years, has long been recognized for the the boundary-pushing ideas he has applied to residences, corporate buildings and the homes of disaster-relief victims alike — his work being a combination of projects for private clients as well as volunteer efforts for those in times of crisis. Often [...]


1 Apr
Korean artist lifts Nike & N.A.S.A. to the moon for Air Max Day

Just a few days ago, Nike and Nike-shoe enthusiasts celebrated Air Max Day, a Nike holiday of sorts which commemorates the release of the original Air Max 1 back in 1987. The celebration is in honor of the athletic shoe that changed the expectations of what a running shoe could be in terms of fit, function [...]


Taking the concept of limited edition to the next level, Wu Tang is releasing one single copy of Once Upon a Time in Shaolin. In a movement to keep ahead of the curve in music trends, and the mission to re-assign value to music as a high art-form, such as the likes of Mozart (when music wasn’t [...]

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