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Painting “Paradise” with INSA and ROID at POW! WOW! Hawaii 2014

VideosComments ⋅ Apr 29, 2014
If there is a paradise on Earth, surely the Hawaiian isles fit many people’s definitions. The state is an ideal getaway from northern cities in the dead of February; the kind of place that revitalizes the creativity that winter somehow hushes d...

James Jarvis Discusses the End of AMOS, Skateboarding and Toy Design

StyleComments ⋅ Apr 29, 2014
The man who stood behind the vinyl toy craze of the early noughties, James Jarvis and his AMOS label — founded alongside partner Russell Waterman — rounded out its 10 years tenure in 2012. Starting with the iconic “Martin” figure in 1998,...

Red Bull Curates Protégés: MAR @ BLENDS

ArtsComments ⋅ Apr 29, 2014
After checking in with Japanese artist Toshikazu Nozaka at retail space Nubian, Red Bull Curates Protégés moves to Los Angeles to catch up with artist Spencer Gilbert, also known as MAR. A native of California, the artist draws from a myriad of exper...

Desillusion Magazine: “The Distracted Mind” Short Film with Jerome Campbell

LifestyleComments ⋅ Apr 29, 2014
Typically known for his moves on skateboards and in front of the camera, here Jerome Campbell is the latest subject for Desillusion Magazine’s year-long short film series. “The Distracted Mind” shifts the focus away from Campbell...

POW! WOW! Taiwan 2014

ArtsComments ⋅ Apr 29, 2014
Having made its debut in Hong Kong before its annual residency in Hawaii, POW! WOW! has announced that it’ll extend its reach into Taiwan. With eyes set on the metropolitan city of Taipei, the art initiative is set to take place between May 28...

Ai Wei Wei “According To What” Exhibition @ Brooklyn Museum

ArtsComments ⋅ Apr 28, 2014
Endeavoring to see his work continue to resonate internationally, Chinese artist Ai Wei Wei has partnered with Brooklyn Museum in showcasing his ”According To What” exhibition. Despite not being able to travel abroad himself, or subsequen...

Banksy ‘Meat Truck’

ArtsComments ⋅ Apr 28, 2014
Building upon a concept last seen in Banksy’s 11th art installation “Sirens of the Lambs,” which took place during his New York residency last year, the UK street artist has released this illustration showing a meat truck filled wit...

Seven Banksy Works Removed from Public Walls; To Be Auctioned Off

StyleComments ⋅ Apr 27, 2014
It’s easy to forget that Banksy’s art didn’t exactly come to prominence in the gallery circuit, but rather established a reputation on the streets. Despite all the accolades and popular collaborations, much of Banksy’s work st...

“Dream Cars” Exhibition @ High Museum of Art Atlanta

ArtsComments ⋅ Apr 26, 2014
Atlanta’s High Museum of Art will soon be hosting the “Dream Cars: Innovative Design, Visionary Ideas” exhibition. Curated in partnership with Ken Gross, veteran automotive writer and historian, the exhibition will use the automobil...

Erik Brunetti & Jesse Edwards Exhibition @ Vito Schnabel’s Gallery Recap

ArtsComments ⋅ Apr 24, 2014
Some of this audience might be familiar with Jesse Edwards and, to a greater extent, Erik Brunetti. The FUCT founder has, by some accounts, done more for the streetwear industry than the majority of artists who claim the same thing. Teaming up with r...

Richard J. Evans Reimagines the Studio Ghibli Universe in 8-Bit

ArtsComments ⋅ Apr 24, 2014
Reviving the overexposed world of 8-bit art, English artist Richard J. Evans pays tribute to the iconic Japanese anime film company Studio Ghibli by reimaging some of its famous characters with the above pixilated renderings. Evans mentioned on his B...

Michael Lau Exhibition IV “remember-disc · time-table” @ Michael Lau Pop-up Gallery

ArtsComments ⋅ Apr 24, 2014
Widely known as “the godfather of urban vinyl,” artist Michael Lau presents his latest exhibition: “remember-disc · time-table.” Combining his roots in painting with his signature three-dimensional touch, the exhibit reflects...

Lost Andy Warhol Digital Works Found on Floppy Disks

StyleComments ⋅ Apr 24, 2014
Back in 1985, Commodore released one of the most powerful personal computers on the market: the Amiga 1000. Keen to show off the computer’s advanced graphics capabilities, the North American manufacturer approached none other than Andy Warhol t...

The Hundreds x MADSTEEZ Mural On Melrose Los Angeles

ArtsComments ⋅ Apr 23, 2014
Best know for his vibrant artwork, which incorporates bold splashes of color and unique portraiture, Mark Paul Derek, better known as MADSTEEZ, is no stranger to large-scale murals. The artist recently linked up with The Hundreds to paint a large emp...

Red Bull Curates Protégés: Toshikazu Nozaka @ Nubian

ArtsComments ⋅ Apr 23, 2014
After covering Swedish artist Karolina Wojcik in Malmo, Sweden, Red Bull Curates Protégés hops over to Japan to visit Toshikazu Nozaka as he prepares his custom cooler for Nubian in Harajuku. Wanting to match perfectly the shops’s eclectic mix...