English artist Julian Beever is considered a leading chalk artist in sidewalk art. He’s also (clearly with good reason) called Pavement Picasso.
Truly breathtaking. NYC-based artist Valerie Hegarty’s artwork often poses as artifacts of art history gone awry.
*Bows Down* In a spectacle of a collection for Fall 2014, Yohji Yamamoto wraps models in down filled coats covered with mythical creatures illustrated (printed and hand-painted) by Yasuto Sasada - almost like a surreal take on a child’s cartoon comforter.
"Nobody Likes Me" is the newest (and so fucking brilliant) offering by Canadian Street Artist I♥ to the streets of Vancouver, a coastal seaport city on the mainland of British Columbia.
Boss Bitch: WeTheUrban Certified! 21 year old photography major, Lindsay Bottos, has turned cruel, anonymous messages that she received on Tumblr ‘selfies’ into an art project.
The project calls attention to the harsh words people feel emboldened to say about others - especially women - in an online environment, things that they would most likely never say to someone’s face.
This awesome performance art piece is about a parallel, Google existence and the border between the physical and the imaginary. The internet offers the possibility of another kind of life, a non-physical, mechanical existence which resides separate from the body.
On the internet, there is an “ideal” self, a fictional self, that is not real.
Check out the epic, animated video for Bristol’s house producer Julio Bashmore latest single “Peppermint”, featuring powerful vocals from Jessie Ware.
Built around a sample of Karen Young’s “Hot For You”, “Peppermint” will appear on Bashmore’s upcoming debut album, which is set to drop later this year via his own Broadwalk Records.