art

Paris vs. New York

Paris and New York; Two amazing cities but hard to compare. Paris vs. New York is a blog that graphically illustrates the differences between the two in a very cool way. I love the style of the illustrations. Vahram Muratyan is the artist behind this...
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Beautiful Losers

Here’s one for the weekend. Another great documentary you have to check. Beautiful Losers is about a group of artists from New York, what moved them and how they rose to success. In the early 1990s a loose-knit group of like-minded outsiders found...
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Shadow Sculptures

Check out this work! Simply amazing. Belgian artist Fred Eerdekens creates shadow sculptures. When light filters through them, hidden messages are unveiled through all sorts of material like bent wires, cotton clouds, cardboard boxes, and even living...
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Painting With The iPad

Our world is being taken over by rectangular screens like phones, computer and tablets. Besides the obvious benefits of these, they also provide entirely new ways of making art. And thats just what the guys and galls at Dentsu London did. They took an...
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Jeff Nishinaka Paper Art

Looking at the work of artist Jeff Nishinaka makes me think of marble sculptures and the ancient craftsmanship needed to create these. I was incredibly surprised that these works are made of ‘just paper’. Amazing work. Through: Coolhunter
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Times Square To Art Square

This is one of those ‘wouldn’t it be cool…’ things that come up while drinking in a bar with your friends. The only difference is this is really going to happen, if it is up to the guys at the TS2AS Foundation. The foundation is...
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Burberry's Art of the Trench

Burberry has created the Art of the Trench as an homage to the brand’s signature coat, the trenchcoat. The site is a way for fans and fanatics to “interact with the culture of the brand and with the emotional aspects of the trenchcoat,”...
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Aqualta By Studio Lindfors

Check out this project by Studio Lindfors called Aqualta. As you might know I love images like this. It imagines how New York and Tokyo look when they are almost entirely covered by water, giving you a peak at a time that could possibly happen if global...
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