Art Aug 9, 2014

Sea Walls: Murals for Oceans – Mexico Expedition

PangeaSeed in collaboration with 1xRUN, Residencia Gorila, World Art Destinations and Juxtapoz Latin America present the results of Sea Walls: Murals for Oceans – Mexico Expedition. The week-long event took place July 20-28 on the island of… Read more
Art Aug 8, 2014

Sotheby’s Announces “NIGO Only Lives Twice” Auction

One of the world’s largest brokers of fine and decorative art, jewelry, real estate and collectibles, Sotheby’s has officially announced the “NIGO Only Lives Twice” auction. In collaboration with BAPE founder NIGO, Sotheby’s will hold… Read more
Art Aug 1, 2014

Damien Hirst ‘Magnificent Head’ Golden Skulls

British artist Damien Hirst has produced a set of four unique, limited edition golden skulls exclusively for art-based publishing company Other Criteria. The skull is one of a number of recurring motifs not only in Damien Hirst’s work but… Read more
Art Aug 1, 2014

Kamea Hadar and Defer “Paradise Lost” Project

During POW! WOW! Hawaii 2014, artists Kamea Hadar and Defer collaborated on a mural that marked the start of a year-long series of collaborative walls, gallery shows and other creative projects between the two artists entitled “Paradise… Read more
Art Jul 31, 2014

“The Hip-Hop Flow Chart” by Pop Chart Lab

Featuring 100 meticulously hand-drawn MC effigies, the latest chart from Pop Chart Lab analyzes the lexical talents of nearly every rapper of repute—including Drake, the Wu-Tang Clan and cult favorite Aesop Rock—tabulating the number of… Read more
Art Jul 23, 2014

“Disembodied” Art Exhibition by Revolucionario

To assemble the “Disembodied” art exhibition, designer Ricky Sosa worked very closely with the Wixáritari community (one of Mexico’s most revered indigenous groups) to handcraft the some of most unique and inspiring patterns. The pieces… Read more
Art Jul 21, 2014

5 African Artists to Watch in 2014

Over the past year, global interest in art being made by African artists on the continent and in the diaspora has increased dramatically. African art historically dates thousands of years, back to the preoccupation with traditional craft… Read more
Art Jul 17, 2014

Brazilian Street Art in Light of the 2014 FIFA World Cup

Image: AP Rounding out our World Cup Month, we take a look at the tournament’s effects on the country and its flourishing street art scene. While graffiti and most other forms of street art carve out a politically neglected and legally… Read more
Art Jul 11, 2014

Pop Culture Iconography Recreated with Bicycle Parts

It’s great when you can find a creative use for all the little things you’ve collected over the years. For graphic designer, branding student and cycle enthusiast Jenny Beatty, that meant tackling the shelves and shelves of bike parts she’d… Read more
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