Awesome design work by Curtis Kulig

Max Little Reader Find

By Max Little in New Design on Saturday 24 March 2012

I came across this gentle giant at his first exhibition in New York in 2011. He started out as a street artist, writing Love Me around town, and created his own unique brand that has now steamed to fashion, major labels, art and design.

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Mind-blowing art of French couple Supakitch and Koralie

Ash Lethal Reader Find

By Ash Lethal in New Art on Wednesday 7 March 2012

Supakitch and Koralie started off as two street artists in France until they found each other and united. The artist couple creates work consisting of many different materials and layers, which are heavily influenced by Japanese art and animation.

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Incredible packing tape street art by Max Zorn

Kathalijne Van Zutphen Reader Find

By Kathalijne Van Zutphen in New Art on Friday 13 January 2012

Max Zorn is a street artist who creates beautiful, amber tinged portraits, and all he needs is tape and a cutter. His work has a cinematic feel to it, probably enhanced by the fact that he often sticks his creations onto lamp posts, letting the light do the work for him.

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Reka at China Heights

Casper Johansson Reader Find

By Casper Johansson in New Events on Thursday 20 March 2008

Melbourne-based street artist Reka has a solo exhibition on the weekend March 29-30th at Sydney’s China Heights Gallery. Reka’s ‘work can be seen lurking in alleyways and hiding in train tunnels. Tall Oaks is an exhibition of abstracted fantasy illustration using symbolism and pop icons to convey messages about mans’ interaction and relationship with nature. There is a hand made element to this show with the use of natural materials including found objects, wood and hand stretched canvas as mediums for the artwork’.

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