I'm really diggin' these new pieces by urban artist PaperMonster. Recently found on the streets of Brooklyn, New York, the works are part of his "Give and Take Project."
PaperMonster is a stencil graffiti artist whose vivid and intricate pieces explore the beauty behind…
Take a trip with me today and let's visit the wonderful country of Japan. But let's not take the usual route, a plane ticket there is much too expensive. Instead, let's ask our photographer friends to give us their unique perspective. Let's ask them to show us how they see modern-day Japan.…
Designed by London-based architects Proctor and Matthews for the Chester Zoo in Northern England, the Heart of Africa Biodome will be Europe's largest conservation, animal, and leisure attraction.
The massive structure will be 112 feet (34 meters) high, cover 172,000 square feet ( 16,000 square meters), and will simulate the natural African rain…
Added by Eugene on February 2, 2010 at 10:00am — No Comments
There's nothing I enjoy more than seeing movie posters remade by modern artists. The best ones, I believe, are the posters where the artist has put his or her own unique spin on them, giving us that unique experience or aha! moment when we correlate the art to the movie. (Extra bonus points for a retro or vintage modern look.) Just like in my previous post,…
Added by alice on February 1, 2010 at 10:30am — No Comments
Added by alice on February 1, 2010 at 10:00am — No Comments
Is it just me or does the mysterious woman in black remind you of Mrs. Steven Jobs? Who else would have the propensity to wear all black and create unbelievably cool magical scenes? Sorry to burst your bubble but these amazing landscapes are actually the work of Belgian artist Magdalena Bors. Using household items she makes the ordinary...extraordinary.…
On Friday the Westboro Baptist Church staged a protest outside Twitter headquarters in SF. Their disgusting signs were totally upstaged by a brilliant group who gathered carrying signs guaranteed to amuse and befuddle all passersby. Here are some of my favorites.