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André Saraiva Presents His Solo Show at Shanghai’s Magda Danysz Gallery

For the creatively-inclined art aficionado, the name ANDRÉ likely conjures up sentiments of nostalgia and imaginativeness. The Swedish-born, French-raised André Saraiva cut his teeth learning the ins and outs of expressive impression work by tagging his name all throughout his hometown neighborhoods. Acknowledged as an early ’80s pioneer of the logotype-style aesthetic, the talented creator […]

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Artist Jeff Henriquez Reacts to the Vandalization of His Prodigy Mural

If you’ve been to Yankee Stadium lately, you’ve likely noticed the larger than life mural of former shortstop Derek Jeter, painted by street artist Jeff Henriquez. Although many of Henriquez’s most recognizable works now adorn the city of New York, the street artist’s 25-year tenure began back during his high school days in Lynn, Massachusetts. […]

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Daniel Arsham Explores the Fragility of Time in Part One of His adidas Originals Short Film, ‘Hourglass’

After weeks of waiting and mounds of clues, Daniel Arsham has finally launched the first part of his adidas Originals short film titled Hourglass. The 12-minute clip is perhaps the most intimate one that Arsham has ever released as it cites real childhood experiences along with fictional sequences interspersed. Additionally, fans can also get a […]

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Tyler, The Creator Covers the 2017 Summer “Parallel Universe” Issue of ‘SNEEZE’

SNEEZE Magazine’s new summer issue just dropped featuring Tyler, The Creator entitled “Parallel Universe”. With a blue and purple hue echoing the space theme, phrases like “DEAD END” are covered in the galactic designs. The renowned skate publication’s new issue will also include photos of model Brook Power shot by photographer Kenneth Cappello and skater Sage Elsesser shot by Ben Colen, alongside a number […]

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VSCO and Oakley Explore Outdoor Obsessions Through Its PRIZM™ Lens Technology

Oakley and VSCO have announced a partnership with the launch of the VSCO x Oakley Prizm™ Lens Technology Presets. Oakley engineers teamed up with VSCO’s color scientists in conceptualizing a custom filter that replicates the effects of the PRIZM™ Lens Technology in three presets — Road, Snow and Tungsten. The PRIZM™ Sport-Road brightens whites and […]

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Zombie Performance Art, the Museum of Broken Relationships & Spellbinding Artwork You Need to See

The last installment of our weekly art roundup showcased a handful of enthralling stories such as Salvador Dalí‘s body slated to be dug up in Spain to an entire exhibit dedicated to fashion goddess, Kate Moss. This time around, we’re spotlighting an equally diverse batch of artwork from different locations across the globe. From a […]

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Daniel Arsham Drops the First Trailer for His adidas Originals Short Film, ‘Hourglass’

Daniel Arsham has unveiled the first trailer for his upcoming Hourglass short film made in collaboration with adidas Originals. The hauntingly beautiful clip centers upon a talking head interview with the American artist and an unnamed broadcasting agency. A slew of rapid-fire sequences depicting childhood memories interweave with captures of Arsham in present-time. “This moment […]

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A Prodigy Tribute Mural In Queens Was Vandalized, Restored and Vandalized Again

Less than a month ago, legendary MC Prodigy of Mobb Deep passed away due to complications related to his sickle-cell anemia. Hip-hop fans collectively mourned, while graffiti artists Jeff Henriquez and Eli “Eli Eos” Lazare paid homage to the rapper’s legacy with a mural in his hometown of Queens, New York. However, over the weekend the mural was […]

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Check out Artist Stefano Colferai Sculpt and Bring to Life a Collection of NBA Stars and Mascots

Although the NBA season has long come to a close with the Golden State Warriors being crowned champs, its presence is still being felt away from the hardwood. For instance, during the 2016/17 season, the league offices reached out to artist Stefano Colferai to commission sculpted players and mascots for its NBAmoji app. Creating a […]

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Dronestagram & National Geographic Reveal the Best Drone Photographs of 2017

International drone photography collective, Dronestagram, has teamed up with National Geographic to select the winning photographers for this year’s Best Drone Photography contest. A small panel of judges rummaged through over 1,000 entries to select a total of nine images spanning Urban, Nature, and People categories. From soaring over skyscrapers in Dubai to a water […]

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mastermind JAPAN Is Set to Release a Series of Retrospective Books

To celebrate its 20th anniversary, mastermind Japan recently announced it is set to release a series of retrospective books. Starting with mastermind JAPAN Prologue Volume.1, the upcoming retrospective book will explore conception and early years of Masaaki Homma’s mysterious label. No information on how many volumes are set to be released, but the series is […]

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adidas Originals & Daniel Arsham’s New ‘Hourglass’ Short Film Gets a Release Date

This past June, adidas Originals and Daniel Arsham revealed a new collaborative installation at KITH’s New York City flagship. The immersive project featured a payphone coated in blue vinyl, encouraging visitors to #CALLDANIEL via +1-855-923-4327 in order to get a hint at the next Future Relic. This time around, The Three Stripes has unveiled the […]

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Wolfgang Tillmans Talks About Photography, Freedom and the Art Market in a New Interview

Ahead of his retrospective at Basel’s Fondation Beyeler, fine-art photographer and frequent Frank Ocean collaborator Wolfgang Tillmans sat down with Italy’s Mousse Magazine. In the interview, Tillmans covers a range of topics, speaking about everything from the methods he uses for hanging his pictures to how his work has influenced different ideals of beauty. You […]

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Salvador Dalí’s Corpse to Be Dug up, a Kate Moss Exhibition in Tokyo & More Fascinating Art Stories

There is never any shortage of art-related events, exhibits as well as installations from around the world. In fact, there are approximately 6,500 art dealers and galleries in the United states alone coupled with annual festivals in both major cities and local neighborhoods. It’s hard to keep count of all the goings-on in the art […]

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A Look at Kendrick Lamar’s Ability to Collaborate with Others

Kendrick Lamar’s latest music video for his track ‘Element.’ released last week and it supplemented Kendrick’s lyrics with some emotional scenes of life and brutality. The video was directed by Berlin-based filmmaker Jonas Lindstroem, and it emulated his own short film, Truth or Dare. Since it’s release, the internet has recognized that the video pays tribute […]

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