It was 1 year ago, we presented you his sculpture ‘Love Wins’ it A year ago, made on the occasion of the attacks which had tragically struck several countries of the globe, notably France.
As part of this ongoing series, self-taught painter Henrik Uldalen has been creating depictions of eyes and mouths on glass. The oil paintings are an extension of his focus on classic figurative painting where he explores “the dark sides of life, nihilism, existentialism, longing and loneliness, juxtaposed with fragile beauty.” Uldalen regularly shares his progress on Instagram and a few of these works are available in his shop .
The Serpentine Galleries and Zaha Hadid Design are bringing their critically acclaimed exhibition of early paintings and drawings by the late Zaha Hadid to Hong Kong. First conceived with Hadid herself, the show has been expanded with additional archival material since being showcased in London.
Artist Scott Listfield took the attention of the art scene thanks to the main protagonist of his paintings, the lonely astronaut on an exploratory mission.
Matt Johnson is currently exhibiting Wood sculpture at the 303 gallery , New York . As the name suggests, exhibition is a selection of pieces reflecting the abandonment of carved, folded and painted wood.
For her fashion graduate collection at Shenkar design school, Danit Peleg has focused on a project which involved in printing clothes at home. With a basic printing machine and 3D softwares, she has created a clothing line entirely 3D printed.
Discover below Gordon Harper ’s paintings: daily life scenes recreated with pastel colors that seem, for some of them, wrapped in a welcoming summer warmth.
This year, the result of the exam organized by the makeup school Make Up For Ever is bluffing. With only one instruction of re-appropriating the works of the Japanese artist Takashi Murakami to body art, the apprentice make-up artists have demonstrated their sense of creativity with audacious motifs with flamboyant colors.
Paint artist Jason Walker created a painting series paying tribute to our childhood cartoon characters. His creations have a 3D effect giving the impression that characters are in fact sculpted figures.
Yohji Yamamoto presented his Fall Winter 2017.18 collection during the Paris Fashion Week . Inspired by work uniforms and the power of the body, the new collection indicates the dynamics of XXI century life.
Italian artist Stefano Bolcato has the habit to work with LEGO figures. In his latest creations he chose to reimagined iconic painting by replacing people with figures faces.
SONGZIO presented Autumn Winter 2017/18 collection during London Collections: Men . Named Misanthrope the collection continues Paint on Black concept – each item of the collection emanates from the season’s original paintings, painted by the designer himself.
Artist Suzanne Moxhay imagines settings that are apocalyptiques at enchantes by using a technic used in cinema in the 20th century : the matte painting.
Photographer Paolo Pettigiani created a stunning series showing us New York in infrared . He is back with his new collection entitled Shapeguard , where shows us a minimalist point of view on the Miami beaches rescue houses.
As part of the Photofairs in San Francisco, which will take place from January 27 to the 29th, the French photographer Eric Pillot will display some of his works including the In Situ project.