Psychedelic landscapes in constant evolution by Jonathan McCabe. More beautiful images here.
These twisted pieces are by German painter Markus Linnenbrick. He’s known for making mind-bending stripe installations in hallways and rooms. Err….trippy much? via BBC Ice Cream
Awesome illustrations from London-based artist Lynnie Zulu. According to a recent interview she did with Paper, she’s greatly influenced by African culture and uses it as an important influence on her work. She’s also a huge fan of Grace Jones as you can see in the last image above. Lynnie also had a recent collaboration [...]
Loving the use of energetic color on these paintings from D.U.R.A. D.U.R.A is an independent designer/illustrator based in Kuala Lumpur. She draws and sell her artwork and handmade products at locally and online. Read more about the artist and visit the online store here.
I really enjoy stumbling upon dope street art. This PBS special features the work of Olek, a sculptor whose medium is crochet, and Swoon, a mixed media artist. Each talks about what this form of art means to them. I think the part at the end with the 6 forms of street art that (probably) won’t [...]
I finally got on Instagram a few weeks ago and I love it! I may have to abandon Twitter and Tumblr for it. Anyway, I snapped this cool wall mural of the late Ol’ Dirty Bastard around the way in Bed-Stuy and wanted to share it here. It was done by artist/model Ibrahim Yaqut. Have [...]
Since early February, San Francisco-based artist Jennifer Maravillas has been collecting a piece of paper from every Brooklyn block she has walked on. Her plans are to have covered the entire borough by the end of March gathering each piece of paper into a unique, colorful grid of the borough. Brooklyn’s urban landscape prints will be [...]
Amazing installation by artists Supakitch and Koralie. The soundtrack is pretty dope too.
Vibrant colors and shapes from the Crystal & Lasers exhibit by Matt W. Moore.
Loving the three dimensional effect from this piece by Spanish artist Ricardo González Garciá. You almost want to reach out and touch the work. Very cool. More from Ricardo is available on his portfolio site here.