A new exhibition presented by Scion, titled ”The Big Idea”, curated by the Paris-based creative agency Monsieur L’Agent, showcases a roster of art directors, illustrators and graphic designers, and their interpretation of visual communication in artistic form. Monsieur L’Agent has forged a reputation for delivering innovative graphic solutions to a range of projects and briefs [...]
Once barely heard of, yarn bombing, a type of knitting graffiti, is finally creeping more and more into the spotlight. Elements seen in the streets are covered in bright colored knitted yarn, from fences to water pipes, to trees and street signs, you name it, it’s been covered. Here are 23 cool yarn bombing photos, [...]
An artist to recently cross our radar is Boneface (based in Liverpool), whose artwork is noticeably influenced by comic books, video games, and B horror films. Not only does he illustrate but has also works on collages and his work has graced magazine covers, t-shirts and album covers. Here are some samples of his illustrations.
Chris Sheridan’s ‘Shadows, Persona, and Trickery’ show opens this Saturday, June 18th, 2011, at Art Whino Gallery in National Harbor, Maryland, right outside DC. A collection of paintings which influenced by the effects of magic and religion and how they played a role in building our early societies, and the disconnect between these theories and [...]
Currently running at the Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects is Wynne Greenwood ‘How We Pray’ exhibition. In this exhibit, Greenwood constructs a women’s spa in the gallery to look at security, transformation and mythic interaction. The space of the spa is suggested with hand-dyed fabric flooring and video projection. The fabric floor extends upwards into [...]
Two solo exhibitions will be opening and running concurrently at the Copro Gallery starting June 11, 2011; Joe Ledbetter ‘INNARDS’ and Joe Vaux ‘My Brain Made Me Do It’. Joe Ledbetter explains, “the goal of the show is to open up my work and ignore any restrictions. The theme of the show is that there [...]
Reading Basquiat by Lorette C. Luzajic Most people either love his work or hate it. Jean-Michel Basquiat’s strange and primitive medleys are either repulsive or compulsively compelling. I think he is a genius, but then, I’ve long held a maudlin fascination with the madness-creativity dichotomy. There are a number of ways I relate to the [...]