Use of tech in fashion is, at present, limited predominantly to gadgets and accessories that monitor what the body is doing and allow the user to react. A more interesting … Read more
“It was really lucky, and kind of bizarre.” These were the words of Philadelphia-based photographer Frank Apollonio when we caught up with him to talk about how he found himself on … Read more
My name is Francis Wilmer. I live in the mountains of Northern Thailand. Five months ago, I began working with a Thai film maker and a PHD student on a … Read more
They`re unavoidable, unpredictable, and evolutionarily purr-fect.
From ceramic cups to plastic shoes to human body parts, pretty much anything can be 3D printed — even, ahem, toothbrush vibrators!?
Dutch illustrator and pop surrealist Femke Hiemstra creates fantastical paintings that look straight out of Grimms’ Fairy Tales.
LA-based photographer Casey Elise has come up with a series that prove cats are adorable – no matter what they look like.
Sarah Hardy, a food artist from Essex in England, creates chocolates that look so much like human hearts, toads, and bugs. Sounds yummy!
Next week, artist Dustin Yellin will debut his latest installation, entitled 10 Parts , at GRIMM Gallery in Amsterdam.
Balance. Rhythm. Grace. Strength. All guiding principles in the contemporary dance form, acro dance.