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The BMW Art Car Tour

BMW has just announced the launch of a new tour designed to take viewers through a virtual exhibition of the 17 automobiles designed as part of its BMW Art Car series. The project features the work of 17...

Takashi Murakami’s work from 2001 to 2011. EPIC

Takashi Murakami’s work from 2001 to 2011. The Japanese pop artist, renowned for his anime-inspired prints depicting whimsical playgrounds and cartoon characters, has included some rare and brand new works in the must-see show, on now until July 30. Via Arrested...

ESTEVAN ORIOL X JERI LEE X OLD MEMORIES For FreeStyle Rides Australia..

  Mexico-born, Los Angeles-based photographer and director Estevan Oriol shoots model Jeri Lee forFreestyle Rides in this short video. Best known for being quite adept at photographing both women and cars, Mr. Oriol seems very much in his element on...

Portrait of the Artist: Ryan McGinness

American artist Ryan McGinness helped headline a new series of collaborations with sneaker company Reebok which brought a more artistic theme to footwear. The following video has McGinness discuss his process in creating some of his recent artwork including...

D*Face Pool Paint Attack

  Although attaching spray paint cans to skateboards and using them to decorate a pool may seem like a silly act of vandalism or a rogue prank – the planning, technological work and organization of that exact feat, seen in...

Barry McGee “New Work” Exhibition

“New Work”, a solo exhibition by Barry McGee, combines print work, sculptures, symmetric paintings that incorporate basic shapes, and 2-D artwork presented as a 3-D effect. McGee’s work ties many cultural influences together with contemporary art. It has been...

Rick Genest by Aline & Jacqueline Tappia for GQ Italia

  Canadian fashion model Rick Genest is the center of attention for GQ Italia this month. Known as “Zombie Boy”, Genest has tattooed about 80% of his body in such a way to portray the idea of the decaying corpse and...

Issey Miyake x Yoichi Yamamoto Architects 2D/3D Chairs

Issey Miyake’s Tokyo storefront worked in conjunction with Yoichi Yamamoto Architects to create a memorizing installation based on 2D/3D chairs. Creating a three dimensional effect via perspective is further compounded by the actual inclusion of the back of chairs....

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