Although the mention of someone recycling mattresses found in the garbage might give you the heebie-jeebies, wait until you see what Lor-K has turned them into for her new project ‘Eat Me.’ From the grill marks on kebobs to the powdered sugar on waffles, the French street artist is able to realistically recreate the small details we expect to find in the food we love.
What started out with a simple message of ‘Hi’ created out of Post-it notes on windows has become an all-out unspoken jabber between two buildings on Canal Street with one company taking the bragging-rights crown in what is being dubbed as the ‘Post-it War.’
What we can only equate to America’s Rose Parade held in California every New Year is Italy’s spectacular Infiorata, or flower art festival; a tradition believed to have started back in the 1600s in Rome.
Mark Reigelman II replaces the commonly seen orange steam tubes set above manholes in New York with a monochromatic cabin complete with a chimney to funnel the steam out for his latest mobile project “Smökers.”
Unless you’ve been in the Cash Cab, we all know the insides of the rent-per-minute vehicles are pretty blah and understandably so seeing that customers usually just rush their way in and out of them. Mumbai-based Taxi Fabric is changing the the way we view a taxi ride, one artwork at a time.
The downtown area of West Palm Beach, FL becomes the setting for an impressive collection of outdoor murals as part of CANVAS, an outdoor museum show organized by Nicole Henry of Nicole Henry Fine Art Gallery. The exhibit features works from an array of 20 local and global artists from the likes of Sean Yoro (aka Hula), Cheryl Maeder, and Wrdsmth among many others.
Visitors of the Italian city Ravenna, known for its beautiful mosaics from the 5th and 6th centuries AD, will be surprised to know that it’s now also famous for its modern mosaics care of street artist Invader.
We’ve featured numerous artists converting discards headed to the landfill into various pieces of art but we’ve never seen anything quite like Francisco de Pájaro’s garbage-turned-art before.
Kim Kwacz (a.k.a. Kim Koster), a Berlin-based artist known for his work on “99 rooms” and “Ana Somia”, introduces his latest project called “Monzter.” It’s a picture book app specifically designed for the iPad that offers laughter, amazement, and reflection to its readers.
French street artist Invader’s latest mosaics brandishing the city walls of Paris will bring a smile to anyone who knows anything about pop culture. Adding a touch of whimsy from run-of-the-mill buildings to over-graffitied walls, the subtle addition of pixelated video game characters from the 1970s classic arcade game Space Invaders to Super Mario Bros creates a playful aura to an otherwise humdrum structure.