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Damien Hirst Returns to “Natural History” with ‘Gone But Not Forgotten’

Damien Hirst returns to his acclaimed “Natural History” series with the introduction of Gone But Not Forgotten. Playing with the ideas of legend, history and science, the piece sees a three-meter-tall woolly mammoth skeleton gilded and en...

Krink & Gatorade “Expression of Bold and Intense Flavors” Fierce Collective Venice Beach Event Recap

Gatorade and KRINK recently gave Venice Beach-goers a welcome mix of street art and street ball with its “Expression of Bold and Intense Flavors” event. Rolling through LA’s streets in a special graffiti-infused truck customized by...

Joyce Boutique HK Launches Creative Space with LilKool

Hong Kong’s Joyce Boutique will soon open the doors to its new creative space housed at the former Police Married Quarters (PMQ), as part of its “Joyce Cares” social enterprise. To re-introduce the building, first built in 1951, Joy...

jeffstaple Presented by Wish Atlanta

Wish Atlanta recently had the pleasure of hosting streetwear legend jeffstaple of Staple Design for an evening at the High Museum of Art. With over 150 attendees, he delivered an inspiring talk about his personal endeavors throughout the industry and...

EVISU x D*Face Partner for D*Face’s Solo Exhibition in Asia

Japanese denim label EVISU will be launching a special capsule to tie in with D*Face’s solo exhibition in Asia. There, the British contemporary artist presented his visual commentary on the endless feed of information and images directed at soc...

The Rise and Fall of Sketch Artist Gary Myrick

Taking an unorthodox approach from its typical considerations, The New York Times invites us into the courtroom for a portrait of Gary Myrick – longtime sketch artist for the Texas justice system. For the past 38 years, Myrick has worked as a silent...

Tate Restores a Priceless Vandalized Mark Rothko Painting

Art purveyors might remember that a year and a half ago, one Wlodzimierz Umaniec was jailed for vandalizing a Mark Rothko painting – Black on Maroon, to be specific – in Tate Modern’s permanent collection. Some 18 months after the act, Tate is...

Pen & Paper: Harold Arandia Jr. of Onitsuka Tiger

Los Angeles-born designer and artist Harold Arandia Jr.’s work, both professional and personal, is a reflection of his travels, nature, culture and friends. Since graduating from Art Center College of Design, Harold has worked with several global com...

Kenny Scharf Paints a 2003 Kia Rio as Part of the ‘Karbombz’ Project

A side project which snowballed after Kenny Scharf painted a fan’s car and uploaded it on Instagram with the caption #Karbombz, the latest undertaking sees the pop surrealist icon paint a 2003 Kia Ri belonging to filmmaker Jesse Meeker. As the...

Bradley Hart’s Bubble Wrap Paintings

Painting is a meticulous art in itself, but the latest work from Bradley Hart really takes the cake. The New York-based artist has recently released a series of works that see a commonly overlooked item – bubble wrap – injected with paint to create n...

René Magritte x Opening Ceremony 2014 Spring/Summer Collection

For its latest artist-inspired collaboration, Opening Ceremony teams with the late Belgian surrealist painter René Magritte to bring his iconic art to the world of ready-to-wear fashion. The above lookbook – photographed by Phillipe Jarrigeon – highl...

Michael Lau “remember-disc · time-table” @ GUMGUMGUM Recap

Stepping away from vinyl toy designs, Michael Lau returns to his roots of painting and illustrating in his fourth solo exhibition “remember-disc · time-table.” Coinciding with Art Basel Hong Kong, the show consists of 44 mixed-media pieces that build...

Hans Zimmer, James Franco and Moby Among Others Feature in “Inspiring Creativity”

Directed by Pablo Ganguli and Tomas Auksas and presented by Italian coffee label Illy, “Inspiring Creativity” is a short film which features 20 artists and culture figures from the realms of art, film, fashion, design and music. Speaking...

Larry Clark’s “New Kids”

Nearly 20 years after the release of his acclaimed American drama Kids, Larry Clark brings to the silver screen his first ever foreign film about a certain counterculture led by a group of young, self-destructing Parisian skaters. Titled The Smell of...

Jeff Koons’ ‘Popeye’ to Debut at Sotheby’s

After making its public debut earlier this month, one of Jeff Koons’ trio of Popeye sculptures is set to debut at auction in New York this May. Part of Sotheby’s New York Evening Auction of Contemporary Art, the work – originally cr...