We saw a lot of inventive art in 2016. It was impossible to list them all, so we settled on the ones that we kept visiting or made a lasting impression on our impressionable young minds. Continue Reading
Put Your Head into Gallery by Tezi Gabunia presents four different models of famous galleries’ rooms and you can star in the exhibition. Continue Reading
Artist Biancoshock’s 2016 art installation “Boderlife” called into question the fate of those forced to live underground. Continue Reading
Los Angeles-based artist Ben Cuevas knit sculpture conversations make double takes a mainstay. Continue Reading
Whether you’re filling up a stocking or trying hard to receive the word ‘covet’ in your thank you card – you can’t miss with these gems. Continue Reading
This 2014 Lego Campaign by Geometry Global that had all the makings of what Lego has come to stand for over the years: imagination and creativity.
We finally got to see a Steffen Dam “Cabinets of Curiosity” up close @ Art Miami during Miami Art Basel Week. DROOL.
Zoë Buckman’s series “Mostly It’s Just Uncomfortable”,a response to the attack on Planned Parenthood in the United States takes center stage in the art world. Continue Reading
Chiharu Shiota’s intricate large-scale installations walk you into tethered remnants of her dreams. Continue Reading
Textile artist, Ana Teresa Barboza’s visually intoxicating work threatens to weave you into a new state of mind. Continue Reading
Floral Cross-Stitch Street Installations spreading across Spain in cities like Madrid and Valencia, have been freed from the confines of the hoop by set designer & artist Raquel Rodrigo. Continue Reading
These bizarre family portraits feel like a young Jules Verne worked his way through school at a Sears portrait studio – exploring the unknown within us before he ventured out into the world. Continue Reading