DRAWING FASHION EXHIBITION AT THE DESIGN MUSEUM Drawings from the collections of Chanel, Dior, Comme des Garcons, Poiret, Lacroix, McQueen and Viktor & Rolf and many others, will be featured in the upcoming ‘Drawing Fashion‘ exhibition, which charts the changing perception of fashion drawings from its origins as an advertising tool used prior to the advancements of photography, [...]
Move over Mummenschanz, there’s a new kid in town. Well, new to us anyway. I gather we’ve been hiding under a rock because they have been around since 1981 and have never heard of it before. Momix is mesmerizing movement theater. That’s our term for it. Actually it’s a troupe of illusionist dancers who use [...]
Don’t get your panties into a bunch. This is not like Wim Delvoye‘s tattooed pigs. Sculptor Dietrich Wegner doesn’t really tattoo the babies, it just looks like he has. His work can be interpreted as such that he brings to light the bombardment of advertising babies and children are subject to. It is estimated that [...]
Decaying bodies, gas mask art and more of the macabre can be seen in paintings by singer Marilyn Manson at the Kunsthalle Vienna’s upcoming exhibition “Genealogies of Pain”. Joining his work will be David Lynch’s several short films that are meant to provide a sort of aesthetic and historical context for the rocker’s paintings.
The awesome detailed drawings of Raul Bigatti.
Sandro Castelli was born in 1973 in São Paulo, Brazil, where he still lives and works as a freelance illustrator. Though mostly self-taught, he graduated from a comic book/illustration oriented art school. Sandro has a wide variety of work that includes, fantasy, horror and even cartoons and infographics.
Free Comic Book Day is an annual promotional effort by the North American comic book industry to help bring new readers into independent comic. For one day only, on the first Saturday of May, participating Comic Book Shops across North America and around the world give away comic books for free (YES FREE) to anyone [...]