Niral Parekh, a graphic designer and creative director, has devoted numerous hours to perfecting his Type of Letters installation. The installation creates words, symbols, numbers, and letters out of thousands
Portuguese artist, Johny Vieira blends Surf and Art, feelings and memories, made with two main components: driftwood and regular gypsum. A wave that becomes a harmonical sculpture, where the nature
Ignasi Monreal Couture Illustrations for V Magazine SpainIgnasi Monreal Couture Illustrations for V Magazine Spain
Ignasi Monreal has illustrated the F/W 2012 Haute Couture Collections for V Magazine Spain. Showing looks by Armani Privé, Jean Paul Gaultier, Dior and others, they are extremely beautiful and
The Kintsugi or Kintsukuroi is a Japanese art of repairing broken pottery to make new ceramic creations, using a resin mixed with silver or gold and the result is often
The David Richard Gallery is presenting “Color: Stained, Brushed and Poured” bringing together several artists whose enquiries into color theory and paint application revolutionized the course of abstraction in America.
Guillermo Mora and The Transformation of Traditional MaterialsGuillermo Mora and The Transformation of Traditional Materials
Spanish artist Guillermo Mora is an innovative sculptor who creates incredible installations from rubber bands, belts, and piles of acrylic paint.
For the Guggenheim Museum in New York it’s the first time, but surely it’s in good company: James Turrell’s retrospective at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art opened this
Referential/ Readymades artist Jeff Koons is exhibiting 3 pieces that have not yet been exposed to the public, on the rooftop of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. “His work explores
Discover Art & Design in a Historic Parisian ApartmentDiscover Art & Design in a Historic Parisian Apartment
“PRIVATE CHOICE” is an imagined and ephemeral contemporary collection of art and design in a gorgeous historic Parisian apartment. Last October they unfolded their 4th edition in
Artist Tom Fruin went a long way from home—from New York to Copenhagen—to build a house. Actually, it’s an outdoor sculpture that is shaped like a house, but looks more