In 1997, Paul Levine, then a Copenhagen correspondent for ARTnews, visited Per Kirkeby’s studio for a profile in the magazine. Levine asked Kirkeby about the inward-looking nature of his canvases, which tended toward the dark and brooding, often earthy tones piled on top of one another. “In my paintings, you experienceRead More →

Photographe, artiste et directrice artistique, l’artiste japonaise Yuni Yoshida est bourrée de talent quand il s’agit de sublimer les couleurs et de mixer le réel au numérique. On apprécie tout particulièrement cette série photographique, où l’artiste s’est amusée à pixéliser … … Lire la suite Source: L’artiste Yuni Yoshida pixéliseRead More →

Google on Friday paid tribute to Hindi poet, educationist and women’s right advocate Mahadevi Varma with a doodle on its search engine. Varma had received the Jnanpith award for her contribution to literature on April 27, 1982. In artist Sonali Zohra’s illustration, the literary icon is seen sitting under a tree writing while surroundedRead More →

Kodai Iwamoto transforms mass-produced plastic pipes to ‘Ex-portation,’ a set of flower vaseson the show during Milan design week. Researching the potential of combining an old manufacturing process using a cheap, easily-available substance, the Japanese merchandise designer applied the method of glass blowing to flip plastic tubes used to disperse water into works of art. By applyingRead More →

An international annual competition Underwater Photographer of the Year Contest has just announced its winners, and we cannot believe how creative photographers can get in order to get a perfect shot. This year British Underwater Photographer of the Year is Grant Thomas whose picture “Love Birds” portrays two swans under water. YouRead More →

London artist Jonathan Trayte is presenting his first solo show in America this summer. Entitled Fruiting Habits, it’s a surreal and psychologically provocative landscape, with living, sleeping and eating quarters. This fantasy world at Friedman Benda in New York is instantly appealing, but also intentionally strange, and laced with mordant wit. His pieces form aRead More →

Luxury Electric Buick Evocador Concept Car Designer César A. Olivera-Latorre have created stunning Buick Evocador concept car. The focal point of the design is it’s stretched silhouette composed of a long hood contrasted by a short front overhang and a long rear overhang. Designer C wanted the car’s lines to evoke aRead More →

“Sandra Sheehy’s work is explosive in its orchid-like voluptuousness. One can look at these obsessively stitched, beaded and drawn constructions from a distance and also from close and get different readings on the intricate processes of her world. The work, however, is not solipsistic, no more so than the inter-tangledRead More →

AoiroStudio May 22, 2018 Part of the Daily Design Inspiration series that started it all on Abduzeedo. This is where you’ll find the most interesting things/finds/work curated by one of us to simply inspire your day. Furthermore, it’s an opportunity to feature work from more designers, photographers, and artists in general that weRead More →

London-based United Visual Artists just opened a new immersive installation at MINI’s A/D/O creative space in Brooklyn. Titled ‘Spirit of the City,’ the installation is made of 9-feet-tall rotating mirrored columns that are illuminated with sodium vapor lamps during nighttime for a transformative experience. UVA (United Visual Artists) is aRead More →

Springtime relief from winter weather is often, sadly, overshadowed by the suffering that comes from seasonal allergies. But you may not be as helpless against them as you think. Here are some sneaky little mistakes you might be making that, once remedied, could help give you some much-needed relief soRead More →

We all KNOW we should start the day with a healthy breakfast. Right? But how many times have you opted for something processed or skipped breakfast entirely because you’ve been rushed or had too much on? Lots, I’m guessing, if you’re anything like me. Source: A Week of Healthy BreakfastsRead More →

The infamous Gorgon has evolved across millennia. In ancient Greece, Medusa had dragon’s scales; in 2016, she became an anti-Hillary Clinton meme   Read more: What Depictions of Medusa Say about the Way Society Views Powerful WomenRead More →

Museo Nacional de la Memoria / MGP + estudio.entresitio. Image Cortesía de MGP Arquitectura y Urbanismo / estudio.entresitio   Colombia is a country whose architecture continues to surprise us with projects that seek to improve the quality of life of its residents, which in turn tends to attract individuals toRead More →

Check out this interesting art book review over on Typo-Graphical Reblogged: Source: Don’t Sleep: The Urgent Messages of Oliver Munday is an in-depth look at the crucial and incredibly arresting work of a powerhouse in graphic design and visual art. Munday’s work has been featured in the New York Times, The New Yorker,Read More →

For it’s 15th edition, The International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia created a powerful contraption: an LGBT flag made out of 193 Pride Flags – enough to stop a bullet. Showing that all together, we can stop violence.A real-life ballistic installation was crafted to put this notion of togetherness toRead More →

Just after releasing a personal statement about her father not being able to attend her wedding, Meghan Markle arrived in Windsor for wedding rehearsals and last-minute prep. Don’t freak out, but she’s wearing white!! Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Oh yeah, and Harry was there too. The pic is blurryRead More →

Inka Essenhigh, “Birdsongs” (2017), enamel on canvas, 42 x 40 inches, 106.7 x 101.6 cm (all images I am as guilty as any art writer of relying too often on the phrase, “blurring the lines between abstraction and figuration” in reviewing the work of painters for whom abstraction is onlyRead More →

Inspiration Everywhere — Covering graphic design, illustration, photography, art, product design, architecture, advertising & multimedia from around the globe. Source: Grolsch Explore / FormFiftyFiveRead More →

My recent project Adcredo – The Deep Belief Network investigates the construction of belief in online networks, examining the rise of unjust ideologies and fantasies, and how these are capable of affecting our worldview. The advent of digital media and the internet has shown that the world is made upRead More →