Last year, the New York Taxi drivers had surprised everyone by presenting their NYC Taxi Drivers 2014 Calendar… They are back today with the NYC Taxi Drivers 2015 Calendar, a new sexy and quirky calendar, filled with photographs with poses as funny as languorous!
Anti-monster emergency kits to protect yourself against zombies, vampires, werewolves and demons! Some fictitious kits designed by In Case Of, which gathered in these kits the essential items of anti-monster survival, from holy water to shotgun through the stake, crucifix or even garlic and silver bullets… An emergency?
The sculptures by Chinese artist Wang Ruilin, based in Beijing, who imagines beautiful, fantastic and surreal animals, gigantic creatures halfway between dream and mythology, carrying on their backs detailed landscapes… Images © Wang Ruilin
The “Kinetic Mundi” street art series by Spanish artist Felipe Pantone, aka PANT, who mixes typography and abstraction into beautiful psychedelic graffiti.
The Japanese embroidered notebooks by Fabulous Cat Papers, who mixes illustration and embroidery to create beautiful covers inspired by old anatomy boards, geometric patterns or animals… Her creations are available on her Etsy shop.
You think that the screen of your new iPhone 6 Plus is too large? The new smartphones are oversized for your small hands?
“It Girl“, the new music video for Pharrell Williams, directed by Japanese artists Takashi Murakami and Mr.
During the month of September, The Ticket made us dream with exclusive concerts of The Horrors and Palma Violets, where lucky participants were taken into military trucks to a secret place for two explosive and crazy nights!
The famous Chinese artist Ai Weiwei occupies the prison of Alcatraz with seven monumental installations, on the occasion of his exhibition @large, where he explores the concepts of human rights and freedom of expression in the context of a historic place with a strong meaning.
The “Judging America” series by American photographer Joel Parés, a former U.S Marine who decided to challenge our prejudices and stereotypes with portrait diptychs.
The animated GIFs of JBetcom, who imagines the animated versions of famous and cult album covers, from Nirvana to Led Zeppelin through Pink Floyd, Beastie Boys, Korn or Iron Maiden… Images © JBetcom
The excellent personal project “Just Grow It !” by the artist and designer Epiphyte, aka Monsieur Plant, based in Marseille (Seize Designers), who has created a nice set of vegetal sneakers, reinterpreting pairs of Nike shoes with flowers, bark or moss… An ongoing project that explores the interaction between textile and plants, with more beautiful creations coming soon!
The excellent personal project “Just Grow It !” by the artist and designer Epiphyte, aka Monsieur Plant, based in Marseille (Seize Designers), who has created a nice set of vegetal sneakers, reinterpreting pairs of Nike shoes with flowers, bark or moss… An ongoing project still full of surprises!
The “American Iconomics” series by artist James Charles, who since 2010 hijacks real $5 and $10 American banknotes with portraits of famous characters from pop culture, from Alien to Dali through Hellraiser, Yoda, Spock or Ronald McDonald, Marilyn Monroe, Jimi Hendrix and many others… Images © Jame
To express the notion of the life an art piece, the British artist Walead Beshty, based in London, has created fragile glass or copper boxes that he sent directly to art galleries using the packaging and services of the carrier FedEx.
The street art creations by French artist Sophie, Photographe, who since 2010 creates collages of wild animals in the streets of Paris, creating twisted and surreal situations where animals, ravens, giraffes, flamingos, elephants or tigers, interact with the urban world… A series that reminds me the
The American illustrator Robert DeJesus, aka Banzchan, who is having fun drawing portraits of people as manga characters!
The “Typewritten Portraits” project by Brazilian artist and graphic designer Alvaro Franca, who uses an old typewriter to type letter by letter the portraits of his favorite writers, as a tribute to those authors who also worked with these machines… Images © Alvaro Franca
The “Cinemagraphs” by Julien Douvier, who creates very simple animated GIFs of everyday scenes, capturing with a slight motion those little moments of daily life… Many other cinemagraphs can be seen on his website: Julien Douvier.
The creations of German artist Toni Spyra, based in Austria, who produces twisted objects and installations, hijacking the initial features of these objects with a lot of humor… A funny series in line with the work of García de Marina or Giuseppe Colarusso.