The Exquisite Book is a project based on the Surrealist game called the Exquisite Corpse (similar to the old parlour game called ‘Consequences’ in which players write in turn on a sheet of paper, fold it to conceal part of the writing, and then pass it to the next player for a further contribution.) The book is [...]
A solo exhibition of new work by Neck Face (an anonymous graffiti artist, known for his frightening drawing style and humorous writings) is coming to OHWOW on October 31 and running through November 20, 2010. Into Darkness is a homecoming presentation (of sorts) for the California native, as he unveils his latest series of drawings, paintings, [...]
Meet David D’Imperio at the Washington Craft Show, Nov. 19-21 at the Washington Convention Center. David D’Imperio was born in Pennsylvania in 1960. He spent many teenage summers exploring the coral reefs in the waters off the Florida Keys. His fascination with sea life and organic form has greatly influenced his work. He moved to [...]
Big Nickel Graphics offers really cool graphics posters of select cities railways, turning an ordinary train map into art. The London Tube: It is usually referred to officially as ‘the Underground’. The Modern Underground has 270 stations and around 250 miles of track, making it the longest metro system in the world by route length.
The Belgian artist, simply known as Amatic HK, produces some amazing paintings and urban street art murals. Take a look.
“Reflection New York” directed by Paul Mignot, is one of four movies shot for “Mood Collection”. Born with the wish to film New York differently, it is a quest of pictures and portraits, a photographic research, of the night disappearing for a new day…a new beginning. What a beautiful way to look at New York City. Credits: [...]
L&M Arts Los Angeles presents Three Sculptures by Paul McCarthy, the artist’s first exhibition in his hometown in 10 years. The gallery will be featuring new large-scale sculptures, both indoor and outdoor, of all different mediums; these represent the culmination of several major themes that have run throughout McCarthy’s work for many years. Train, Mechanical (2003-2010) [...]