December 14th, 2011 | Posted in: art
Banksy does it again.
Banksy does it again.
Check out this great Tumblr called Awesome People Hanging Out Together. A collection of awesome people hanging out. I particularly like the older ones. Like the one of Yves St. Laurent and His Fashion Highness Karl Lagerfeld.
Or the one below of Debby Harry and Andy Warhol.
Skopje based artist Marko Manev has created an awesome collection of minimalist Marvel Posters. This is the way that your comic book here’s should be hanging on your wall. Love it.
Check out more here.
Every Apple user knows these two keys, and they have saved a lot of work/ careers/ lives.
Eric Elms decided to turn make them represent their value: Golden.
Meet the amazing Gregory Euclide. I just love his work. Gregory creates little imaginative world in all kinds of surrounings. It are paintings, sculptures, reliefs. And all in one. I love it. Just have a look.
This must be the best looking cocktail recipe’s I have ever seen. Awesome job by Brazilian designer Fabio Rex. It’s not that often that you want to frame a cocktail recipe and hang it on your wall.
A History Of American Graffiti: 400 pages covering everything graffiti in the States. Carefully curated by Roger Gastman & Caleb Neelon this book is a must have for all people loving street art. And if Shephard Fairey says “If there were a college course on graffiti, this would be its textbook, but these stories are more fun than academic: The History of American Graffiti also supplements a degree from the school of street smarts.” you know its good. Go get it on Amazon.
To me, this art project illustrates perfectly what the power of a good logo is. The collective Dorothy have taken the logo’s of the big companies of our time, and stripped the names from them. Recognize any?
You have to love the work of Liu Bolin. Just have a look at his work! I would describe the work of this Chinese artist as incredibly well executed urban camouflage. Think about the amount of work that goes into each and every shot here. Amazing! It’s no longer about “Where’s Wally”, its “Where’s Liu Bolin” now.
Check out this great new project by Red Bull: Streetartview. It strives to become the worlds largest collection of streetart. How does it work? Go to the site, tag the location of a great piece of art via Google Streetview, add the as much info as you can and that is it; The largest street art gallery in the world. Check it out, and get tagging!