Brooklyn-based artist Nate Hill, who has ridden several animal-personas to moderate internet fame, is back at it. His latest creation, Punch Me Panda, is currently on a mission to bring catharsis to the Brooklyn masses. | via the Wall Street Journal
Riusuke Fukahori uses incredibly precise painting techniques to create 3-dimensional fish using meticulous layers of paint and resin. Breathtaking stuff. | via This is Colossal (with more pics + video)
Yochai Matos, probably best known for his fluorescent light sculptures, has also been hitting the streets of Tel Aviv for years, using glitter, glue, and graffiti (and ceramic tiles?) to show us the stuff he
I really enjoyed seeing Ryan Trecartin come up so quickly the last few years. His fashion spread from W (now a few months old) was jaw-dropping. Still, the step-by-step notes and process that are featured at dis right now… they take it to a whole new level. Yowza.
The Sketchbook Project is a new yearly exhibition organized by the Brooklyn Art House Co-Op. Organized through their local gallery/shop, The Brooklyn Art Library, The Sketchbook Project is a traveling exhibition of sketchbooks created by artists like YOU. “Anyone – from anywhere in the world – can be a part of the Project. To participate [...]
Os Gemeos have a new mural up in New York City, in collaboration with street artist Futura. This particular piece is a whopping 80 ft tall. The shorts are a patchwork of different flags from around the world. Definitely a representation of the diversity of this fine city. If you’re in the neighborhood, you should [...]