French artist and designer Nathalie du Pasquier produces still life paintings of domestic objects and minimal wooden constructs whose color and geometry feel very post-modernistic.
The Mediterranean isle of Malta may be tiny, however what it may lack in size, it more than makes up for in rich traits that define its unique people and character. Inspired by these distinct local elements – from old-style bus tickets and milk cartons to iconic Maltese nightclubs – co-founders Craig Macdonald and Andrew […]
If you are into photo realism and model illustrations than you will love the work of Sandra Jawad. The London-based illustrator uses an advanced digital dry ink method to achieve these vibrant images. More than her straight forward portraits I enjoy the editorial looks, featuring models in black and white and clothes in color. Bringing […]
Greek contemporary art and art collectors have exploded onto our radar recently and this forward-thinking exhibition, The Trigger Effect, is just what we have been waiting for.
Chicken Wire and Nutella (again) are on Thomas Rentmeister’s radar these days.
I just discovered the work of German artist Wolfgang Laib and his installation using pollen, beeswax and rice that he collects by hand looks pretty amazing! Wolfgang Laib finds spirituality in the simplicity of everyday, organic substances—milk, pollen, beeswax, rice—that provide sustenance or engender life. In 1975 he created his first Milkstone in what has
DITCHING a secure job in the city might seem daunting – but Sarah Heward took the bait and set up her own fish and chip shop, which now makes £1 million a year. The 53-year-old was firmly entrenched in the London rat race, when she chanced upon an advert for a run-down Little Chef in […]
Sean Yoro is a self-taught street artist who grew up on the eastside of Oahu, Hawaii. Currently based in New York, Hula seeks for unconventional artistic solutions.
For perfect pint sized bites of Americana, enjoy these paintings by James Rieck.
The French Urban Gardener (and artist), Mr Plant loves to mock consumerism and industrialization through the richness, beauty and strength of the nature. His latest project, “Plant your Mac!” is in line with “Just Grow It!”,