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Look! Look! Look!, a pink, pineapple shaped pavilion by Studio Morison

Contrast in design creates striking moments. A great example of this is when you mix something new with something old.

New Compartés chocolate store designed by Kelly Wearstler melds Jay Gatsby with Emerald City

I don’t have much of a sweet tooth but I’m certainly a sucker for beautiful design. Los Angeles based chocolatier Jonathan Graham, founder of designer chocolate brand Compartés, teamed up with Kelly Wearstler for a newly designed shop in Century City.

Cornelia Baltes makes simply complex works of art

German painter Cornelia Baltes has a wonderful ability to paint the idea of things. Not the objects themselves but something that’s both right but not quite right, more like capturing an essence or a feeling.

Incredibly detailed, sensual oil paintings by Soey Milk

A friend recently recommended to me the work of Soey Milk, a Korean artist who uses oil paint and collage to stunning effect.

#MusicMonday – September 4

1. Hercules & Love Affair – “Omnion” Andy Butler is back with a brand new album titled Omnion, an electronic music adventure that’s a bit more straight forward pop than his previous albums.

John Maus returns with new song and video, “The Combine”

After a six year gap John Maus is back with a new song called “The Combine” which comes off of his upcoming album, Screen Memories.

Liu Bolin turns invisible in Iceland for Annie Liebovitz for new Moncler campaign

Chinese artist Liu Bolin is a master at this craft. Meticulously painting his body, he seamlessly blends into the environments behind him, as a means of commenting on mans role with nature and social strife.

Shawna X is an exploding gradient of talent, creativity, and wonder

Shawna X is a New York based artist and visual designer who’s work is an ecstatic explosion of colors, gradients, nude women, and fantasy landscapes.

Eleni Kalorkoti partners with The Good Pin Club for Grenfell Tower relief

I’m a big fan of Eleni Kalorkoti, an Irish illustrator with a distinctive vibe made up of lots of greyscale with pops of bright color.

‘The Hot Seat’, a melty collaboration between Tim Lahan and Swiss publisher Nieves

Combine one of my favorite publishers, Nieves, with one of my favorite illustrators, Tim Lahan, and you get one sweet new book called The Hot Seat.

PichiAvo bring old gods to contemporary street art

PichiAvo is a pair of Spanish graffiti artists working together to create pieces that combine ancient art with urban art.

Emma Allen brings a slew of new ideas and voices to The New Yorker

Yesterday, Artsy posted this great piece on Emma Allen, the semi-recently appointed humor and cartoon editor at The New Yorker.

Bizarre CGI characters combined with lush Japanese scenery gets you ‘time for sushi’

David Lewandowski’s time for sushi is a beautifully shot, incredibly fucked up nightmare of video and CGI that I can’t get out of my head.

Raku Inoue transforms petals and stems into delicate insects

Raku Inoue has a fondness for nature which is highlighted in much of his work. He recently debuted Natura Insects, a series of insects that had been created from pieces of flowers.

A dazzling collection of neon signs from around the world

I’ve always had a love for neon signs, how the light creates shapes or words, illuminated beacons in the night.

Prove you’ve traveled through video game worlds with Pixel Passport

Video games can make you feel like you’re visiting far-off lands. As gaming systems get more powerful the worlds presented become more immersive and engaging, like Horizon: Zero Dawn, Watch Dogs, or even Skyrim.

Tycho releases stunning video for his Coachella-debuted song, ‘Horizon’

Over the weekend Scott Hansen aka Tycho debuted a new song at Coachella called Horizon. It’s a peppy, guitar driven electronic track, exactly what you’d expect from Tycho.

Antoni Tudisco’s serves up a fishy pair of Nikes

If you aren’t familiar with the work of Antoni Tudisco you should, he’s pretty much a 3D graphics god.

Jessica Hische’s poster ‘How To Live Life’ gives damn good advice

Inspirational quotes strategically placed in one’s home, or place of work, can be extremely valuable.

Get high to Sigur Rós thanks to Lord Jones’ Sigurberry Gumdrops

Getting high and listening to Sigur Rós is an obvious combination and the group themselves seem to agree.