Italian architect and illustrator Federico Babina has unveiled a new illustrations collection titled Archist. The series of 27 images playfully interprets the styles of some of the world’s greatest artists including Picasso, Salvador Dali and Joan Miro, re-imagining them as architectural forms.
Commissioned for the 2014 Adelaide Biennial, Ian Strange’s Landed is an architectural replica of his childhood suburban home in Perth. However, rather than being located on a polite suburban street, the house appears to have fallen from the sky and is now embedded in the fabric of North Terrace – Adelaide’s boulevard of Victorian buildings crafted in sandstone.
With the large-scale exhibition “Tobias Rehberger. Home and Away and Outside,” the Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt pays tribute to one of the most influential German artists of his generation.
Madison Square Park Conservancy’s Mad. Sq. Art has inaugurated last week ‘This Land Is Your Land’ a new sculptural installation by Brooklyn-based Chilean artist Iván Navarro.
BMW and publisher Hatje Cantz presented the first comprehensive publication about the legendary BMW Art Cars. The richly illustrated book presents a unique overview of the history of this automotive collection, launched in 1975, and designed by major modern and contemporary artists.
Tattoo artist Sébastien Mathieu, owner of paris-based studio Le Sphinx, realized a limited edition of 25 tattooed bottles for whiskey brand J&B.
Klein Sun Gallery has unveiled the Li Hongbo’s first solo exhibition in the United States, Tools of Study. With what appears to be impeccable recreations of carved porcelain masterpieces, the sculptures are in fact entirely comprised of thousands of layers of paper.
The internationally renowned Swiss artist and sound architect Zimoun has sent urdesign the images of his latest installation called “43 prepared dc-motors, 31.5kg packing paper”.
Herb and spice brand Schwartz has released a striking new ad to promote its Flavour Shots products. This slow-motion video called “The Sound of Taste” by director Chris Cairns is a beautiful combination of cinematography and pyrotechnics that its creators describe as a “sonic flavorscape.”
West Virginia-based artist Brett Kern creates realistic sculptures of inflatable plastic toys using ceramic.
Japanese artist Kohei Nawa has cerated an immersive undulating sea of bubbling matter that transforms a dark room into a magical landscape. Kohei Nawa used a mixture of detergent, glycerin and water to create the bubbly forms of his installation, entitled Foam.