Ella & Pitr Unleash The Sleeping Giant of Santiago

April 17th, 2014

The French artists Ella & Pitr, known for their storybook-like illustrations, are currently in Chile where they just completed an enormous piece entitled “The Sleeping Giant of Santiago.” The winged giant … Read More

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A Look Into BLU’s Sketch Books

April 16th, 2014

As we take a look into the sketch books of Italian artist BLU, we follow his visual commentary and notes like a revolt on convention. Often the drawings found in … Read More

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Mario Wagner: A Glow that Transfers Creativity

April 15th, 2014

A Glow that Transfers Creativity is Mario Wagner‘s debut exhibit at the Hashimoto Contemporary. Wagner’s style is consistent even across a diversity of media. He employs painting, collage, sculpture, television animation, and fashion to transport … Read More

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Coachella Walls: Dedicated to The Anonymous Farm Worker

April 14th, 2014

The first “Coachella Walls,” mural project is now underway in Coachella’s historic Pueblo Viejo.  An international line up of muralists and contemporary artists are expected to attend including: El Mac, Nunca, Saner, … Read More

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The Body as a Factory

April 13th, 2014

Need a refresher on your anatomy? Even if you don’t understand the language, this collection of retro Chinese health illustrations is designed to put a mechanical interpretation to the physiology … Read More

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Bicicleta Sem Freio’s Five Story Building in Los Angeles

April 12th, 2014

Just this week, the non-stop design and illustration trio, Bicicleta Sem Freio painted a five story building in Los Angeles. The project was completed in 10 days with the support … Read More

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Then There Was The Slurpee

April 10th, 2014

With names like “Fulla Bulla,” “For Adults Only,” ”Snow Bawls,” ”Mango Bango,” ”Radiation Rush,” and  ”Liquid Artillery,” how could the Slurpee not become an international sensation? Here’s a tribute to the freeze. The Slurpee evolved as … Read More

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Gómezbarros Invades Public Structures

April 9th, 2014

Sculptor Rafael Gómezbarros has been invading public structures with his army of ant sculptures since 2007. The traveling project titled “Casa Tomada,” (Seized House), swarms architectural facades and buildings with … Read More

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The Trippy Gifs of MSTRFNG

April 8th, 2014

Gif artist, MSTRFNG has that hypnotic, pyscho-tropic flare. It’s easy to become mesmerized by any of his gifs, so we included a list to look at: For more gifs by … Read More

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Ash White: Selected Works

April 7th, 2014

Ash white is a graphic designer, contemporary collage artist, and illustrator based out of Kent, UK. He admittedly has the passion to someday “grow up” and become an “F1 driver,” … Read More

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New Vhils Portrait in Portugal

April 5th, 2014

  Street artist Vhils is known for the portraits that he chisels out of the brick and mortar of buildings. His newest work is a portrait of  José Afonso, a … Read More

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Wondercon 2014 Is On This April

April 4th, 2014

 Wondercon is returning to the Anaheim Convention Center this April 18-20, 2014.  The expo is set for what looks to be a big weekend for comics, sci-fi, and motion pictures. Once … Read More

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