Artist to check out, Daniel David FreemanRead more
Daniel David Freeman is a London based illustrator, designer and multi-media artist whose work is heavily influenced by his record collection, with his cut-and-paste collages and boldly-outlined graphics often referencing his favorite reggae covers. He runs Ranks London and supplies artwork for club night and label GETME!
Virtual Reality PornRead more
As VR continues to develop, the doors are beginning to open for different industries to start integrating the technology. Perhaps the most engaging being in the porn industry. Although, as of yet, there isn’t any ways to experience touch, the visual side of things seems to be coming together.A behind the scenes video gives us an insight into the amount of work that goes into creating a fully immersive virtual experience. Although the prospect of virtual reality porn is exciting, it does beg the question “Will virtually reality disconnect people from the real world” and how will VR Porn affect the way we form relationships with the opposite sex in the future.
Porn Mosaics by Tobias RehbergerRead more
From up close, this sea of wallpapered mosaic tiles may not look like much but if you were to step back and see it through your smartphone, the blurred pixels reveal an erotic scene inspired by Japanese Shunga drawing. With each scene depicting a different sexual position and erotic imagery, the German artists installation entitled “1661-1910 from Nagasaki, Meiji, Setti” caught many peoples attention at Art Basel Miami this year.
CCTV Subversions by LUSHRead more
the self proclaimed #1 asshole of graffiti LUSH is at it again with his new series, of CCTV subversions with tiny installations on security cameras. These sculptures ranging from dead cops, bodily functions and featuring quite a lot of his standard nakedness and paint splatters are hilarious, dark and completely captivating. It is unknown if the works are intended as a statement against law enforcement and the prevention against graffiti, regardless of the idea though, it’s pretty rad.
Ugo Gattoni X HermesRead more
Ugo Gattoni is a French Illustrator living in Paris. His art is characterised by crisp, detailed line work and a playful imagination. The young artist recently worked with luxury brand Hermes, to create his piece Hippopolis, which depicts “A ginormous and phantasmagorical architecture inhabited by horses.”
Alan Wolfson: Miniature Urban SculpturesRead more
New York City native Alan Wolfson often spends months, if not years, working on his unique miniature dioramas. From concept, to location photography, mock-ups and final construction, the process involves several different mediums and iterations before Wolfson finally sets out to complete his final piece.
“Players Ball” with Dana DeArmond and London KeyesRead more
Memory Lane’s admiration for anything erotic took yet another turn, with the upcoming launch of their latest concoction, in the form of the Spiegler Girls Tip & Strip pens.
Project Loop: 50/50 Live AuctionRead more
Project LOOP is a non-profit organization who devotes its time to teaching kids with any form of creative inclination about possible creative careers and how to apply them in the real world. This year they’re hosting an Online auction, selling custom limited edition skate decks designed by artists all over the world.
Russian Criminal Tattoo Archive by Fuel DesignRead more
After a night in watching Eastern Promises, I stumbled across a series of books put out a few years ago by UK based, Fuel Design, entitled, Russian Criminal Tattoo Archive.
Spotlight: Charles MunkaRead more
Charles Munka’s art – of which a large body concerns painterly abstractions – excavates Hong Kong and discovers remnants of an esoteric ancient system of signs and language.