A giant rubber duck visited Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Standing a full 18 meters tall, the ducky is pretty hard to miss: he confidently holds the title of second largest rubber duck in the world. Designed by Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman, the little yellow friend is expected to attract three million visitors and plans to spend a full […]
Thor ter Kulve is a street artist. But unlike some the young kids who make it a point to deface public areas with their art, Kulve uses his powers for good. He takes boring urban places and alters them just enough to make them interesting. He maximizes seemingly useless objects, such as light pulls, and turns them into […]
Femke Hiemstra paints on paper but sometimes it finds its way into little prayer books, small scouting vanes or antique tobacco cans. In these paintings and drawings, Hiemstra’s shapes and objects come to life playing with animals, fantasy creatures and typographics. Her rich imagination tells us a story of a drop dead cute world, but […]
Dutch artist Sebastiaan Bremer specializes in collage photos. His dreamy imagery is bathed in sunshine and ink designs that resemble confetti. These warm, sunny photo pieces feel like the best memories of yesteryear. Bremer has been using this unique mixed media technique since 1999. It seems like he’s mastered the technique over that period of […]
At sixteen metres long and four metres wide, Bar Rectum is a giant fiberglass sculpture that has all the amenities of a working bar. Dutch artist Joep van Lieshout’s anatomically correct drinking space starts at the tongue and concludes at the complete opposite orifice.
Dutch artist Sander Reijgers creates awesome hoodies, coats and tracksuits from recycled sex dolls. Let’s hope they’ve been well washed before he gets his hands on them.
Wild Animals by Dutch artist Rop van Mierlo is a collection of his amazing wash paintings of animals. Allowing the inks and watercolors to soak and spread on the paper as it wants to, Mierlo’s animals are wild in their formation, without hard lines or angles to confine them.
Dutch artist Ron van der Ende makes unbelievable basrelief sculptures from scrap wood that confound the viewer’s sense of space. While the big ones such as the jetliner are attention-grabbers, van der Ende’s genius truly shines with smaller pieces such as a rock installed next to a radiator.