Stanley Lau's Metropolis Lifestyle Magazine Covers
How would a magazine industry that often objectifies and sexualises women on the covers of magazines in order to sell them, but inevitably contributes to the ve
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Fantastic Spray Painted on Cardboard Panels by EVOL
German street artist is currently showing a new pieces at . He creates incredible cityscapes and urban environments on a simple piece of cardboard. The show runs through May 5th.
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I Really Wish These Zelda And Ico Movie Posters Were Real...
Designed by Kotaku reader Marinko Milosevski, these fake movie posters make me want to watch a film based on Shadow of the Colossus. And Majora's Mask.
KURT VONNEGUT: The life of art
This is my second Kurt Vonnegut quote (). He just had such a gift for expressing the joy of living and creating into a few sentences that I was always going to adapt more than one of his. I'm trying to avoid double-ups this soon into the website bein...
Some simple game test. Try to get as far as possible in the trench run.Fullscreen recommended, press F11. Or 'F' if your browser supports the Fullscreen API.
Three-Dimensional Works by Daniel Arsham
is an artist hailing from Cleveland, Ohio, (the Cleve!) and living and working between New York and Miami. He designs in a variety of mediums and categorizes his work into two, three or four dimensions. My favorite pieces come from the third dimensio...
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ROME "3 Dreams of Black"
Coffee Kiss ceramics
Ceramics artist Tsang Cheung Shing created this double-take-inducing piece entitled "Ying Yeung," referencing both a beverage of mixed coffee and tea and the idea of love and marriage. [Thanks, Joe...
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Starry Night - Vincent van Dominogh
I recreated Vincent van Gogh's "Starry Night" from just over 7,000 dominos. The second attempt took about 11 hours total to build. The first attempt failed, ...
Lola Dupre Interview
Share View Comments No computer used in the making of her collage; pure scissors, glue and a lot of patience. Intense work from this Glasgow based artist. We love it, and Jessica