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Category Archives: Art
Filmmaker Hiroshi Kondo turned a conventional time-lapse journey through Tokyo at night into a mind-bending psychedelic trip. The vivid soundtrack is by Ayako Taniguchi.
I was chuffed to be in Vancouver for the official unveiling of Brazilian street art duo Os Gemeos’ first Canadian and largest ever work. The enormous project for the 2014 Vancouver Biennale transformed six boring cement silos on Granville Island … Continue reading
New York -based graphic artist Lauren O’Neil has discovered a novel way to turn the banality of airport design into art. Aggregating Google Maps images of airports from around the world on her blog Holding Patterns, O’Neil helps to make … Continue reading
Berlin-based design wiz Milan Ruckovic loves the Game of Thrones, but he loves the design aesthetic of the 60s and the legendary Saul Bass even more. He has combined these passions in a fantastic Bassified version of the GOT title … Continue reading
If you’ve flown anywhere recently, it may be difficult to consider an airport as a work of art, but designers Ryan and Heidi at 08 Left have somehow managed to capture the elegance of airport design. You can see more … Continue reading
Bruce Springsteen fans have long awaited a book from Jersey’s favorite son, but few expected that it would be a children’s book. The Boss has teamed with cartoonist/ illustrator/writer Frank Caruso to produce “Outlaw Pete”, which is based on the … Continue reading
Polish street art collaborative Etam Cru contributed this timely piece called “First Day of School” to Stavanger, Norway’s Nuart Festival.
The always witty Spanish street artist known as Pejac recently made a brief visit to Paris where he created this marvelous painting on a wall in the 13º arrondissement. Within the “splat”, he placed a nice copy of Édouard Manet’s … Continue reading