Parisian artist Horfee celebrates his first exhibition in North America, “CHAOS PAYS” at New Image Art in Los Angeles, California. Video by Steven Andrew Garcia you can watch it and more phtoos after the jump!
HORFEE – CHAOS PAYS -
NEW IMAGE ART GALLERY
September 27 – October 18, 2014
7920 Santa Monica Blvd.
West Hollywood, CA 90046
The End Is Here – New York, Los Angeles and Paris are all underwater. Alex Cherry created the ‘Endpire’ Series imagining a world where icons of our most powerful cities, seen from miles around by thousands of people at any given time, are underwater. This is what the artist had to say about the work:
“The idea is that each image is from the viewpoint of the last person alive to see that monument in person. It’s like you’re just sitting here, alive, but also knowing that there’s 0% chance for survival”, says Cherry.
Prints from ‘Endpire’ are now available in a variety of Fine Art Print formats as well as in a set of 3 Mini Art Blocks. Alex Cherry’s work is published exclusively by Eyes On Walls.
Steve More and Remi Rough, both members of the international art collective Agents Of Change, have recently opened exhibitions at White Walls Gallery in San Francisco. The UK based artists are vanguards of a genre of post-graffiti abstract art, often included under the umbrella of Graffuturism. Tons of a great images and more detailed information after the click!
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Swiss artist Fabian Oefner gave a Ferrari a certain type of “paint job” to represent a visualization of its speed. In a video uploaded by car company, Oefner placed the 2015 Ferrari California T in a wind tunnel before spraying neon paint on it. As the wind tunnel blew at a speed of up to 150 miles per hour, the paint slides across the surface of the automobile, creating multiple glowing streaks and splashes. Watch the video and loads more pics after the jump!