Digital artist Ronald Ong (previously featured) creates surreal photo mash-ups merge animals with food. You can find 20 of his best work from this gallery such as Zebra mixed with a Oreo cookies, Fox with a loaf of bread and many more examples. More: Instagram, SuperRare h/t: 121clicks Source
August 4, 2022
Sitting at the south-eastern corner entrance of London’s Design District, the recently completed D2 building by Mole Architects adds another compelling layer to the diverse urban fabric that the creative hub has become known for. Officially opened in the fall of 2021 in the city’s Greenwich Peninsula neighbourhood, the Design District was envisioned by developer
Famed African American Quilters From Gee’s Bend Are Reproducing Their Colorful Masterpieces for Macy’s
As part of a partnership between Macy’s and the Souls Grown Deep Foundation and Community Partnership, reproductions of the quilts of Gee’s Bend, Alabama are available for purchase online and in select Macy’s department stores. Percentages of the profits will be used to support individual artists including Lucy Mingo, Loretta Pettway, Louella Pettway, Lucy T.
How a Salvadorian Children’s Game Anchors Artist Guadalupe Maravilla’s New Show at the Brooklyn Museum
Maravilla turned to Tripa Chuca as a way to meet others during his migration to the U.S. The post How a Salvadorian Children’s Game Anchors Artist Guadalupe Maravilla’s New Show at the Brooklyn Museum appeared first on Artnet News.
Italian Tax Police Seized $144 Million in Art and Other Assets From the Architect Who Designed ‘Putin’s Palace’
Lanfranco Cirillo has faced multiple charges of financial malfeasance in the past. The post Italian Tax Police Seized $144 Million in Art and Other Assets From the Architect Who Designed ‘Putin’s Palace’ appeared first on Artnet News.
This fall, Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei will curate a show of works created by incarcerated people in London. The exhibition, titled “Freedom,” is organized by the Koestler Arts charity, which promotes and sells works by incarcerated people, and will open at the Southbank Center this October. It’s intended to mark the 60th anniversary of the
Hollein takes the mantle from current CEO Dan Weiss, who is stepping down next summer. The post In a Major Promotion, the Metropolitan Museum of Art Adds CEO to Director Max Hollein’s Title appeared first on Artnet News.
Takahiko Iimura, an artist and filmmaker whose early experiments with video during the 1970s made him one of the first to use the medium to artistic ends, has died at 85. A representative for New York’s Microscope Gallery, which represents him, confirmed his death. Iimura’s experimental films of the ’60s gained him a following in
Takashi Murakami is a collaborator extraordinaire, having worked with brands like Crocs, Supreme, Vans, and Macy’s to pump out merch like sneakers, shoes, t-shirts and skateboards. Tomorrow, Murakami will be breaking into card games, with a Murakami-themed UNO card deck. The deck features Murakami’s signature motifs—smiling, rainbow-petaled flowers and sharp-toothed bears—as well as an image
Bewildering Inconveniences Trap Subjects in Uncomfortable Scenarios in Ben Zank’s Surreal Photography
“Some people live on the block, I just live under it.” All images © Ben Zank, shared with permission The ordinary collides with the bizarre in Ben Zank’s photography. Set on the street, on construction sites, or in grassy fields, his surreal images capture subjects in unequivocally inconvenient positions: A businessman finds himself trapped under