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.