Bizarre Beyond Belief Magazine Issue #19 features interviews with Street Art & Graffiti, Myneandyours, Frost45, James Rawson, Alex Garant, DAZE, Lauren YS and BRAY1 along with image features on Dirty Safes, Bench Report Vol. 1 by CRSPPHOTO, Mural Festival and El Mac x Todd Mazer in Boston. Click the LINK or the image below to read for free!
Ryan De La Hoz is currently showing alongside Kai & Sunny at the 886 Geary Gallery in San Francisco. De La Hoz examines the past and present at the same time and utilizes periods in history to excavate emotions such as apathy,fear,hope,joy, misery, etc. He uses a broad variety of media and objects in his attempts to analyze the current state of affairs.
Artist Boa Mistura recently created an incredible anamorphic typographic installation that spelled out a line from an Enrique Cabezón poem. The phrase “mírate a través de este poema de agua” was on display this past march as part of the ‘Concéntrico’ Architecture and Design Festival of Logroño, Spain. In order to read the entire phrase visitors had to walk around a group of white painted pillars and only in a certain portion of four different spots the colorful words became legible.
Anthony Gargasz is a digital artist based in Los Angeles, CA. Over the years he has independtly pursed his passion for creation, taking him on an incredible journey of development. His quickly evolving career has allowed him to work with some of the most prestigious clients in the world His latest focus has been in Key Art, creating advertisements for the entertainment industry.
A team of coworkers fed up with their drab office walls sent some time sprucing the it up with 8,024 post-it notes. The employees volunteered to come into work on the weekend and install a series of 8-bit portraits of our favourite superheroes and comic book characters creating brilliant interior mural pieces.
Chow Hon Lam is an artist and designer from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia who creates awesome (and almost “adorable”) graphic work for t-shirts and digitally. In the series entitled “Part Time Job,” Lam’s created a series of designs where comic book characters utilize their superhuman skills to benefit them in their everyday work.