‘Scary 3D Movie’ t-shirt by Maxim Cyr, on sale at Threadless.
‘Your Art Here’ is an all styles visual arts contest launched by H&M, that seeks to give aspiring artists and creative people a huge platform to showcase their talent to the world. The theme of the contest is ‘New York City’, a subject which will, no doubt, inspire the
Situated in the basement of a non-descript building in the outskirts of Moscow, the “Museum of Soviet Arcade Machines” houses video game consoles from a bygone era. Designers and travel bloggers Connal Hughes and Anjel Van Slyke (who are also married to each other) made a trip
William Powhida, the Brooklyn-based artist and art critic, just finished a drawing for the September issue of the Brooklyn Rail. Titled “The Game”, the drawing is a playable board game that is actually part satire, part scathing critique on the art world establishment.
The artist’s intense distaste (NSFW language) for
French artist François Vautier extracted all the 167,819 frames from the final cut of Blade Runner, and assembled them into a gigantic 3.6 gigapixel collage to create this experimental film. I placed a virtual camera above this big picture. So what you see is like an
“Batman vs. Penguin” & “Spiderman vs. Green Goblin” poster prints, by Simon C Page, a British illustrator and graphic designer. The prints are from his “Hero and Villain” series.
Love, loss, heartbreak, and black eyes. A wonderful new blog that accepts and archives photographs, which were deemed “too hard to keep” by their original owners. Snip from the site: I am creating a repository for these images so that they
Just lovely. A collection of playing cards from Ukraine. Via the always interesting English Russia blog.
‘Heart On Stage’, an unique art project by Luiz Risi and Leena Yliportimo, combines evocative poetry with gorgeous illustrations. Though the duo are based in Amsterdam, the project is a cross-cultural collaboration, as Luiz is Brazilian, and Leena is of Finnish origin. They have an exhibition
A Flickr gallery with sketches by Rick Tulka, an American illustrator now based in Paris, France. More galleries of his works here.