I feel like I’m looking into the mind of an Atari video game console, well, at least what I think it would look like beyond all the computer parts. Bright colors and bold lines are what typify the work of Michael Willis….
It has been a long time since I’ve seen amazingly angst-filled Art, and David Bodhi Boylan comes at the world from all directions. Taking his inner turmoil public has resulted in confronting performances, honest paintings and quirky sculptures. His aesthetic hasa [...]
Drawing as an art form has made a huge comeback in the face of digital technologies, and San Francisco based artist Chelsea Brown has imagination to boot. Her designs are tribal, sexual, intricate and strange – a world of patterns, [...]
Michael Stevenson Gallery in Green Point, South Africa, will be presenting a selection of Cape Town Nightclub photographs taken from 1967-9 by renown photographer Billy Monk from March 1st to April 11th. Apart….
Robo-Rainbow is one of Akay’s “Instruments of Mass Destructions: complicated technical solutions to aide in simple acts of vandalism”. This project is designed to paint a large rainbow on any wall surface…..
The website of this funky French Collective says it all: Fashion. Art. Activism. Awesome. Led by the precocious Maroussia Rebecq, Andrea Crews marries Art and Fashion together through unique designs, one-off collaborations and vintage combos. As you could imagine, the [...]
Custom vibrators painted as Huey Louie and Dewey, bad quality videos, posters denouncing neon colors: you can count me in! It seems to be a European thing to do: find like-minded people are form a kick ass creative collective. Enter [...]
There is something rather unsettling about sculptures with missing pieces. Even if they’re only slightly chipped, worn or missing a finger, there’s a disembodiment that accompanies your eyes as they traverse the rugged surfaces. Italian woodcarver Gehard Demetz painstakingly assembles [...]
Before the days of digital cameras (don’t lie, you remember 35mm film before it was a hipsters ironic friend), I remember getting photos developed where one of my friends always managed to blink just at that precise moment. Photo ruined. [...]
French artist Theo Mercier has an absurd imagination that spurts out some bizarre imagery. Certain body parts, such as the eye, mouth, teeth and hands, feature heavily in his psychedelic sculptures and photographs, yet aren’t as they seem.