French Artist, Abraham Poincheval spends two weeks inside a bear in the name of Performance Art.
Brazilian street artist Eduardo Kobra’s brings Rodin into Brazil with a mural based the sculpture, ‘The Thinker’.
Kuksi is an architect of worlds imagined and trying to consume the sheer level of detail in his intricate sculptures in one viewing might cause tiny explosions in your brain.
Bansky’s newest work is a fiberglass replica of Ronald McDonald having his shoes shined by a real live boy standing in the South Bronx.
The Woods is a collaboration between Oslo Designers StokkeAustad & Andreas Engesvik. The sculptures consist of seven pieces joined in two separate sections. These hand blown glass sculptures were inspired by the lights and landscapes of the North. ”A tree changing colors and transparency through the seasons is a fascinating process which was captured in […]
CANDY COLTS: Artist, Darren Lago’s trick of the eye.
Artist, Lorenzo Quinn’s is no stranger to attention, his life-sized installations have always been grabbers. His newest works, a series of sculptures entitled, Force of Nature are no exception..these gravity-defying statues seem to be in a state of perpetual motion
KAWS COMPANION COMES TO PHILLY It has come to pass…the KAWS Companion has landed at 30th Street Station. Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in collaboration with Amtrak bought the 16 foot-tall Companion sculpture to rest at 30th Station. Kaws Companion will be there until May 14th, then it’ll be hauled away for some […]
What an evolution – the street artist known at KAWS is best known to most of us for his creation, The Companion. For the past few years have felt like a burgeoning KAWS explosion. Forget that fact that I tend to see his toys everywhere, but then in 2011 ‘The Companion’ created a lot of buzz when […]
So much is made of the clothing we place on our bodies. I maintain my belief that the clothes we choose make a statement about who we are. But lately, the concept has been taken further to encompass not just the style of the fashions we wear, but what they are made of, where, and […]
For most of us, Crayola crayons were our very first artistic tools. Whether it was those thick, fat ones perfect for uncoordinated, chubby little hands to grip or the de-luxe 64 pack with the built-in sharpener, those colorful little sticks were our first glimpse into the world of artistic expression…
Pop Art your Valentine’s Day with some Robert Indiana inspired swag. Here are some of our favorite gifts inspired by the famous sculpture in Philadelphia’s Love Park. After all, art is a beautiful expression of our inward desires.