Art/Design

This short documentary follows German artist Thorsten Brinkmann as he creates his site-specific installation, The Great Cape Rinderhorn, at Rice University Art Gallery. Working primarily from objects found in Houston, Brinkmann turns Rice Gallery into a place where the familiar is made strange as castaway goods are...

When the seductiveness of the advertising world loses it’s charm. Working with those big brands, perceived to be cool people and the lifestyle brings you to the feeling of being a slave, what do you do? Quit everything! Take your art to the streets and no matter if people want to see your art or not. You will have the...

Jon Furlong may seem low-key, but like a courageous war photographer, he is ferociously adept at capturing art action, as well as the results of the action. Jon has been honing his skills on trips and missions with the OBEY crew for almost ten years, even picking up an X-acto knife or spray can when needed. There is...

Cited as the leader of a contemporary Californian, psychedelic-pop aesthetic, Los Angeles–based artist and designer Steven Harrington is best known for his bright, iconic style that encourages a two-way conversation between the artist and viewer. There’s a timeless quality to his playful yet contemplative work, which...

Following the success of his last exhibition Fixated, James Ettelson has temporarily based himself on a farm, not far from Scotts Head, to take some time out from the hustle and bustle of Sydney & work on some commissioned piecesFollow Lagoon Collective on their website, Facebook, Vimeo and Instagram. Follow Tim...

Some of the greatest artists worldwide have been invited to leave their mark on historic structures located in the middle of the ocean. Why not reunite seven of the world’s most renowned street artists in the middle of the ocean? Must have been Tristan Eaton‘s thought as he woke up one day with this crazy idea in...

The Creators Project heads to the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster zone to get an exclusive look at Japanese art collective, ChimPom‘s latest project Don’t Follow The Wind. This group of installations feature the work of various artists and are housed by four buildings inside the exclusion zone, serving as a monument...