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NOWNESS Presents On Design: Tom Dixon

“Design as a term is thrown about so casually,” says Tom Dixon, “but in the end all designers have one common goal, which is trying to improve the way we live.” Never far from interesting conversations with some of our culture’s most influentia...

RAGE HANDCRAFT “TODOS MUERTOS”

RAGE HANDCRAFT has teamed up with colette to produce a special collection of beaded pieces titled “TODOS MUERTOS.” Produced in celebration of the recent Day of the Dead, the collection’s bead-covered pieces are handcrafted by Huicho...

“Football Invisibles” by Mark Yesilevskiy

Graphic designer Mark Yesilevskiy has always been passionate about the beautiful game of football and to celebrate that passion, he’s produced this “Football Invisibles” project. Celebrating some of the more iconic football kits fro...

Kehinde Wiley “The World Stage: Jamaica” Exhibition @ Stephen Friedman Gallery

New York-based contemporary painter Kehinde Wiley brings his strong style of portraiture overseas, presenting for the first time on UK soil at Stephen Friedman Gallery. His “The World Stage: Jamaica” exhibition features new paintings in h...

KAWS “UPS AND DOWNS” Signed Print Portfolio

Fresh off the opening of his “UPS AND DOWNS” exhibition at Johnson County Community College’s Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art in Kansas comes a corresponding portfolio of limited edition prints from KAWS himself. Limited to 10 sets in a...

Daniel Arsham “#YESTERDAYSFUTURES” Exhibition @ Espace Louis Vuitton Singapore

Famed New York-based Daniel Arsham follows up on the project unveiled this summer with Pharrell, expanding on the aesthetic to promote his work worldwide. After shows in Amsterdam and London, Arsham jetted to Singapore to present his “#YESTERDA...

Banksy’s “Better Out Than In” Comes to an End on the Long Island Expressway

After featuring the likes of the artist’s prototypical stencils, street-set sculptures, truck bed installations and witty wordplay, and tackling subjects like the American military, September 11 and even McDonald’s, Banksy’s “...

Banksy’s “Better Out Than In” Hits Yankee Stadium

Banksy has taken his “Better Out Than In” project to Yankee Stadium in the Bronx for his latest piece. Titled Bronx Zoo, his latest piece depicts a stenciled leopard with a unique graffiti-spot design lounging on a yellow painted line. Th...

Kiehl’s Taps Eric Haze for Its 2013 Holiday Collection

On the heels of successful holiday collections with KAWS, Jeff Koons and Kenny Scharf, Kiehl’s has collaborated with celebrated artist Eric Haze for its fifth limited edition holiday collection. Haze has energized select Kiehl’s products,...

Banksy’s ‘The Banality of the Banality of Evil’ for “Better Out Than In”

Whether it be slave labor, hegemonic power or even the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, Banksy has never been one to shy away from a bit of a controversy. Thus comes The Banality of the Banality of Evil from the elusive British graffiti artis...

Banksy’s “Better Out Than In” Hits Coney Island

British street artist Banksy continues his “artist residency on the streets of New York” with his latest public display appearing in the Coney Island neighborhood of Brooklyn. The image depicts a surprised robot spray painting a barcode on a brick wa...

Jeff Canham On Painting Signs for Stussy Livin’ General Store

Having recently joined forces with Californian streetwear essential Stussy on its storefront creative, San Fransisco-based artist Jeff Canham shares details on the creation process and artistry behind his sign-making for the Stussy Livin’ Gener...

Banksy’s “Better Out Than In” Hits Greenpoint

Banksy has taken his “Better Out Than In” project to New York City’s Greenpoint neighborhood for his latest piece. The piece in question is a simple yet poignant message that reads “This site contains blocked messages” o...

Patrick Martinez Invades a Supermarket for His “Break Bread” Installation

Patrick Martinez took to the most unconventional of places to display his work ahead of his upcoming “Buy Now Cry Later” exhibition set for next month. El Tapatio Markets – a Los Angeles-area institution — in Bell Gardens play...

Haroshi “Pain” Exhibition @ StolenSpace Gallery Recap

Combining his love for art and skateboarding, Tokyo-based artist Haroshi presents a mind-expanding exhibitions titled “Pain.” Here, the self-taught artist stacked hundreds of recycled skateboard decks together, carving incredible sculptur...