I really liked Japanese artist Yuki Matsueka’s 3D art series, Be Ready To Run, from the moment I saw it. The pieces are literally jumping out of their frame, only to be held back by Plexiglass. It seems like he magically froze time and put it in a frame.
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This is amazingly wonderful and bizarre jewelry by the multi-talented British artist, Miles Glyn, whom I met years ago in London while we were both still working in film. The pieces are only available online at the moment, so get on it and start wearing some unique fresh art around your neck.
I just can’t get enough of French turntable group C2C’s song (and accompanying video) Happy!The video is directed by the talented Wendy Morgan, who has previously brought us clips like Gnarls Barkley’s Going On and Janelle Monae’s Tightrope (you can tell that Ms Morgan likes a good dance!)
Ever since I first saw some of ROA’s impressive pieces of art all over east London, I just can’t get enough of him. ROA has now designed three limited-edition skateboards for the Sk8room, which are available via their website. And if that wasn’t enough yet, the generous people from Sk8room will donate 20% of profits to Skateistan.
My drawings are a reflection of my mind, inspired by the people, places and adventures I come across. I upload a new drawing to my website once a month. In addition to my personal portfolio, I also draw for children’s books, websites and most recently I did a mural, which I intend to do more of […]