In her series SQRMMS, artist Lara Nasser pokes fun at the “currency of images” we oft regard as normal (but really shouldn’t).
Ron English, widely considered as the Godfather of Street Art and Seminal Pioneer of Pop Surrealism, has launched a new exhibit that promises to amaze and bewilder audiences with its … Read more
Many mountains take millions, if not billions, of years to form. But some only need a few brush strokes to take shape.
When ex-Bluejuice frontman, Jake Stone, rolls out a new band, you wanna know about it.
For seven years, photographer Journey Gong wandered the streets of NYC capturing mesmerising sights during the time period known as blue hour.
At first glance, this image of a Kingfisher might look like a photo, but look closer and you’ll see that it’s actually a hyperrealistic stencil painting!
Stephin Merritt, the frontman and brilliant mind behind US-based indie pop band The Magnetic Fields, celebrated turning 50 years old in a unique way; he released a 50-track album chronicling … Read more
Boston-based artist and illustrator Eva Redamonti creates art that gets more mind-blowing the closer you get to it.
We’ve seen plenty of short films about divorce and separation, but we’ve probably – correction: definitely – never seen a short about someone who wants a divorce from his own … Read more
To say that Marksman Lloyd has had an incredible year thus far is a huge understatement.