Jeff Staple teams up with Alsadait Thomson for their latest collaborative sculptures for the Nike SB Dunk Low "Pigeon" in that is made in marble. The sculptures features luxe grey-white marbling with same designs as the footwear. The Pigeon's signature logo is displayed on the side of the sneakers. Artist Blake Barash created a pair that replicates the marble sculpture. You can glance at the Jeff Staple and Alsadait Thomson's Nike SB Dunk Low "Pigeon" above!
3/25/2020 0 Comments
Slovenian graphic designer Jure Tovrljan helps us get a little humor through his reworks of popular brand's logo. The designer redesign brands such as Nike, NBA, the Olympics, Corona Extra, Starbucks and more. The designs helps us reflect during difficult times dealing with social distance and the coronavirus pandemic. You can take a look at the Jure Tovrljan's redesign of popular's brand above!
3/19/2020 0 Comments
The World Health Organization declared a global outbreak for the coronavirus with over 120,000 individuals being infected. With the virus spreading, art museums and fairs have been canceled or closed. Art events such as the L.A. Art Book Fair and the Paris Photo's inaugural New York edition have been postpone for new dates.
The L.A. Art Book Fair organizers stated about them postponing the event. âOur annual L.A. Art Book Fair is both a celebration and a critical platform for artistsâ books and publishing activity from across the globe. We are grateful for the understanding of our participating artists and publishers, and want to acknowledge the time and effort they have dedicated to developing creative publishing projects for the fair. We encourage everyone to continue to support their work.â
More museums such as the Met Museums, The Brooklyn Museum, The Noguchi Museum in New York, The Hirshhorn Museum, and Sculpture Garden are temporary closed and will update the public with more information.
Brooklyn-based artist KAWS is back with his artwork that transform into the digital world. The artist launched a VR experience with collaboration, Acute Art.
Labeled 'Expanded Holiday', the AR-focused project features 12 large-scale AR sculptures featuring KAWS' signature companion that will be made available to fans in major cities internationally. The exhibition will run from March 12 until March 26. The first installment is compromised of 25 AR sculptures that will be available to acquire from the Acute Art's webpage. Members will be able to place, capture and document the KAWS' art pieces through their device. They also have the option to resell the edition. Users will only be able to keep the works for 24 hours or 10 days and share their experience.
You can download the Acute Art app on your Apple or Google play store. The Expanded Holiday locations are listed below:
Doha (MIA Park â Museum of Islamic Art)
Hong Kong (Observation Wheel)
London (Millennium Bridge)
Melbourne (National Gallery of Victoria)
Australia New York (Brooklyn Museum)
New York (Times Square)
Paris (The Louvre Pyramid)
Sao Paulo (Ibirapuera Park)
Seoul (Dongdaemun Design Plaza)
Taipei (National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall)
China Tanzania (Serengeti National Park)
Tokyo (Shibuya Crossing)
London based art auction Tate Modern launches first shop for pop art pioneer Andy Warhol. The museum will launched an online shop featuring a collection of prints, books, gifts, homeware and more. The items were inspired by Andy Warhol that highlight the artist's work such as Self Portrait in 1986, collaborative apparel with Maharishi portraying the artist's Skull 1976 artwork and a skateboard triptych made with The Skateroom. The art collection is available now on Tate Modern's website!
3/3/2020 0 Comments
Artist Mike Dargas remade the infamous Mona Lisa portrait with a sticky makeover, which covers portraits of people with dripping liquids. Labeled Sweet Joconde, the art piece is a limited edition featuring Mona Lisa with honey covering her face, chest, hands and dress. The Sweet Joconde is available now on Mike Dargas's official website!