Chris Labrooy’s magnificent series entitled “Tales of Auto Elasticity” has vehicles doing the impossible. Vibrantly-colored pickup trucks are stretched, twisted, and turned bending the imagination. The images you see here are from Labrooy’s imagination, and he digitally manipulates the trucks into the unbelievable shiny sculptures that we see here.
Matt W. Moore has created an all new 100% custom typographic 2015 wall calendar with explorations for each month. The calendar dimensions are 11″ X 17″ opened with a nail hole punched and shipped flat. There’s also a “behind-the-layers” time-lapse animation of the artist working away at the project. Great images and video after the jump!
It is with great pleasure to present to you one of the most impressive instalments of our publication featuring an unbelievably stacked line up such as Kevin Cyr, James “DALEK” Marshall, Sam Rodriguez, JARUS, Dave BONZAI, EWOK [MSK/HM], MADSTEEZ & Alexis Diaz. Click the image or right HERE.
Illustrator Andy Gellenberg has created an brilliant portrait series consisting athletes such as Paul Rodriguez, James Lebron and Tiger Woods using nothing more than the logo of their sponsor – NIKE. The extreme attention to detail and careful use of color and positioning myriad NIKE swooshes make up the faces of the icons.
The No Name Kid, born Cesar Flores is a Mexico-based artist and illustrator who creates amazing minimal, humorous, dark and generally monochromatic work.
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We are back again for our 14th instalment of our magazine with a legendary line up of interviews from graffiti & fine-artist such as SABER [MSK/AWR], OGRE [MOAS], GRIS ONE, MR. WANY, Alex Senna, Greg Gossel, Jaybo Monk & a recap of NXNE Art Festival 2014. Click on the picture below or the link HERE to read the full issue.
Graphic designer Michael Tyznik created a series of maps inspired by the widely successful book series/tv show Game of Thrones. The map would transport you across Westeros and Essos on an imaginary railway, going from Kings Landing to Winterfell. Each city is geographically outlined in its place, according to the books and official maps and is also littered with references from the series.