Art, Highlights, Illustrations

Wood sculptures by Stevie Gee

UK artist Stevie Gee is currently exhibiting at the Joshua Liner Gallery in New York with some great other artists as Nathaniel Russel, Evan Hecox, Ed Templeton among others for a great exhibition entitled Folklore. On this occasion, the artist made a few wood sculptures with his unique style as you can appreciate below. Advertisements

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Art, Design, Street Art

MTN Colors x 123KLAN

Montana Colors teamed up with 123KLAN to create a limited edition Gold flavor of paint. SCIEN and KLOR founded 123KLAN back in ‘92 with the view of amazing graphic design style. This model is produced in limited quantities of 500 pieces stamped with the artist series logo and packed inside the always elegant wooden box. […]

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Art

D*Face – ‘New World Disorder’ @ StolenSpace

D*Face has been a leading light of London’s street art scene for more than a decade and was a key member of the Finders Keepers crew that really kicked off the Shoreditch street art activity.  On occasion of his first solo London show in 5 years – New World Disorder – it is fitting to mark a seismic […]

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Art

Olek – The End is Far @ Jonathan Levine Gallery, NYC

Polish-born and New York-based artist Olek is currently exhibiting at Jonathan Levine Gallery for a new solo show entitled The End is Far. After a world tour from Brazil to the US through Poland and London, the artist is coming back to New York City to present her new crochet/knit installations.       “Jonathan LeVine Gallery is pleased to present The End […]

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Art

Fresh Delivery @ Sergeant Paper, Paris

Parisian Artstore Sergeant Paper reopens its doors on March 9 and with a new exhibition entitled “Fresh Delivery” unveiling new giclee prints and limited edition screenprints from their new collaborations with artists Little Madi, Honet, Angelique Houtkamp, Amelie Fontaine, Nicolas Barrome, Shane … but also some of their loyal artists as Jean Jullien, Atelier Olschinsky, Appelle […]

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Art, Video

CraneTV presents: Liu Bolin – The Invisible Man

Artist Liu Bolin and his ability to deceptively frame the human form as a blank canvas atop a camouflaging cityscape is nothing new. However, rarely do we get a glimpse at the man behind the artwork, at least not until Crane.tv decided to link with the Chinese creative to advance its YouTube channel. A glimpse at the […]

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