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Uttaporn Nimmalaikaew‘s paints both metaphorical and literal depth. As a student at Silapakorn University in Bangkok, Nimmalaikaew began experimenting with painting on mosquito net and tulle, this giving birth to his unusual and striking style.
The work of Miller Rodriguez, a.k.a Pretty Puke, is photographic foray into the raunchy underbelly of LA’s nightlife. An encounter with his work is often an experience of knee-jerk repulsion, followed by a driving curiosity; it is not uncommon to see people urinating in dark alleyways, devouring fast food, vomiting, or expressing themselves in shamelessly hypersexual ways, but you can’t stop looking.
Like a seductive cloud of silky smoke, Kazuki Takamatsu’s lolitas dance on the brink of adolescence and adulthood.
For fans of pop-culture mash-ups, Rocky Davies has an amusing throwback for you. The artist takes iconic villains of the 1980’s and fuses them with the music of the same era.
Acclaimed photographer Gregory Crewdson is a master of creating creepy scenes that have an air of mystery, violence and drama about them.
Martin Strauss is a Berlin-based photographer whose artistic imagination knows no limits; whether he is shooting high fashion, lingerie, or creative portraiture, he always aims to “push the boundaries of photography a bit further” (Source).
Designer Ignacio Canales Aracil has created delicate floral sculptures that recall the garden and home.
Street artist Pejac uses trompe l’oeil to fool our eye in everyday places. The Spanish creative paints realistic-looking doors and windows that’ll make you do a double take while walking by.
Sculptor Jonathan Brilliant builds universes using the residue of coffee. Not the natural kind but the recyclable paper stirrers and holders millions throw away each day after ordering their morning joe.
The Amsterdam-based company NL Architects has proposed a beautiful and “slightly insane” project: a series of luxury hotels resembling amethyst geodes.
Quite often the saying of fact being stranger than fiction is true, and this story is no exception.
Have you ever looked at a black and white photograph and wondered what it would look like if it were taken in the modern day?
Artist Dan Witz seamlessly combines traditional, academic realism with rebellious vibes of the underground punk scene to create his massive paintings of mosh pits.
In his latest exhibit, Iced Flowers, Makoto Azuma plays into a cryogenic aesthetic. The principle behind cryogenics is the study of material at sub zero temperatures.
Philadelphia-based artist Mike Tanis produces intricate paper sculptures using a combination of origami and kirigami techniques.
The works of Julian Feeld — a Paris-based (but internationally-experienced) photographer — are shrouded in mystery.
A new invention redesigning sticky notes has a 50/50 chance of becoming successful. Switch Notes by suck uk stationary store, was created with the same thought in mind as a refrigerator magnet or bulletin board; used as a simple tool to help remember “things to do”.
Photo credit: ABC Southern Qld: Peter Gunders Photo credit: ABC Southern Qld: Peter Gunders Photo credit: ABC Southern Qld: Peter Gunders Photo credit: ABC Southern Qld: Peter Gunders This past year at Warwick Art Gallery in Queensland, Australia featured a cozy site-specific installation called the Knitchen.
This new interactive installation Oil by Moscow media-artist, musician and engineer of ‘strange-sounding mechanisms’ ::vtol:: (Dmitry Morozov) is an exciting opportunity for participants to create something new and original from destroying used personal objects.
Somewhere between sculpture, fashion, and performance art lies the curious work of Daniel Ramosobregón.