Perhaps a sign you’ve truly made it in your field is the suffix “ian.” Anything dream-based? Freudian. Anything presenting a terrifying, dystopian take on the modern condition? Ballardian.
The world-renowned Thai architect on concrete and animal kitsch. “You cannot bullshit with concrete,” says Bangkok-born Los-Angeles-based architect Kulapat Yantrasast. “You can see the seam, you can see the process of making in the product.
Artistic editorial pieces for Eye Republic magazine featuring a fine collection of eyewear and garments. This collection of editorial pieces is a great expample of how to present fancy eyewear and garments in a very creative and unique way. Spanish collage artist and illustrator Lola Dupre teamed up with London based photographer Lisa Carletta to […]
The logo design work shown here reflects Matter’s training in the disciplines of painting, architecture and typography. His light pencil guidelines are visible, and so is his steady, expert hand cutting, painting, pasting and drawing curves.
Ukranian studio kleydesign has renovated a coffee shop one year after its original opening in kiev. named ‘the blue cup coffee shop’, the interiors have been designed to tell a story; specifically referencing the red book of ukraine.
Sparely installed, lushly beautiful, Anri Sala: Answer Me encompasses three floors and part of the lobby of the New Museum, affording this understated artist the breadth his incisive lyricism needs in a city where it’s virtually unknown.
The New York artist Cheryl Donegan exhibits pacesetting works at the New Museum spanning twenty-three years.
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Booooooom is an art blog with a soft spot for hand-made work by unknown people. Booooooom was launched in 2008 by Vancouver-based artist Jeff Hamada, with the hope that it would foster a community of people excited to go out and be creative. It has quickly become one of the largest blogs on the internet, […]