One of Roy Lichtenstein’s last works was on display in Gagosian Gallery in Hong Kong recently. Lichtenstein re-interpreted Chinese landscape paintings in his own unique pop-art style. This resulted in a very much bold and edgy, yet somewhat quiet and harmonious collection.Read More
Studio Roso created this beautiful Christmas tree, commissioned by V&A. Made up of 3.3 miles of elastic cord and over 4 meters in height, this tree features a total of 1500 individual strands of cords coming together with ge0metric shapes that resembles Christmas ornaments to form a beautiful Christmas tree.Read More
Pareidolia is a phenomenon where human beings need only a few minimal details to recognise a face. And as such we’re predisposed to seeing human faces in everyday objects such as clouds, buildings, and paintings. Ukrainian painter Oleg Shuplyak exposes this side of us by cleverly using people, objects, and landscapes to give his paintings a double meaning, much like the more famous Surrealist painter, Salvador Dali.Read More
I always have a special place in my heart for high speed photography. There’s something about freezing and preserving the every scenes that intriques and excites me. The fact that Heinz Maier manages to create these beautiful portraits of coloured water with a simple home-made rig makes them all the more special.
Typewriters are very seldom looked upon as an object that produces art, with its standardised letters and mechanical entry-system. But when Washington-based painter Tyree Callahan got him hands on a 1937 Underwood Standard typewriter, he replaced the letters and keys with color pads and hued labels to create a functional “painting” device called the Chromatic Typewriter. Now anyone (witha bit of colour know-how) and type their way to a master piece!
Imagine having a drink in the stomach belly of a fossilized beast. The familiar images from the classic movie Aliens comes to life in this bar created by the same great mind, H.R. Giger. This H.R. Giger bar is located in Château St. Germain, Gruyères, Switzerland, took four full years to complete.