French photographer, Janol Apin, created a brilliant photography series in the Paris metro stations but setting up scenes relevant to each subway stations name. In other words, the stations name directly correlates to what the subject or subjects are acting out in the photograph. It may not make perfect sense if you do not speak French, but you can always use an online translator.
Tom French is an artist who creates incredible black and white paintings that consist of a number of elements in the details to create a bigger unified picture. This “bigger picture” is usually a human skull.
French artist Lavalet creates amusing and detailed wheat-pastes. Lavalet began making the site-specific pieces around France last year, coming up with creative and entertaining ways for his characters to interact with their surroundings.
One of our favourite artists, Ben Frost, uses everything he can get his hands on to create fantastic works of art. Here, he uses recycled McDonald’s french fry containers for pop culture icon paintings.
DMISE, WERDS, FRENCH, and AIRES painting live at ‘Re:Create’; a unique day of art that focuses on cultivating the HOPE Outdoor Gallery, a massive three-story-tall outdoor urban space for over 50 artists. The event took place during SXSW 2013, one of the Nations largest Music/Film events held in the heart of Austin, Texas. Video a skip away.
“Born in a family environment conducive to graphic arts, the Graduate School of Fine Arts in Toulouse coming validate my vocation after 5 years of study. Attracted by all forms of artistic expression, it is first as a graphic designer I learns the techniques of image creation with a predilection for drawing and generally for anything that does not depend digital Design. The discovery of interactive pen displays however, offers me new horizons and now I do not impose any constraint in terms of pictures conception. Mixing styles and techniques is my way.” – DZO
Here we have another short story from our main man Dave Dean. This one a little longer than the others but just as special. This story’s full title is “Now Say That In Ukrainian – The Canadian Home Furnishings Trade Show”. College St. photography by Warren Haas.
French artist Andre (a.k.a Monsieur A) paints a lot of a damn art and in this case, he’s exclaiming through a typographic mural he doesn’t give a fuck and then hops on a helicopter to flee the scene. What an amazing video.