work by VHILS in London
Portuguese-born, London-based street artist VHILS (also known as Alexandre Farto) creates larger-than-life portraits by chipping away at existing pieces of walls, ripping apart billboards, hammering metal sheets, and sawing off wooden planks. Like other well-known street artists, VHILS does his art-making in urban and abandoned areas, as well as . . . → Read More: VHILS (Alexandre Farto) smashes the wall to create street art
Biomimicry, or the art of solving challenges by asking nature’s advice, seems to be all the rage these days. Meet the Ostrich, created by the London-based architecture and design studio Kawamura Ganjavian.
OSTRICH offers a micro environment in which to take a warm and comfortable power nap at ease. It is neither a . . . → Read More: A micro environment for your head – the “Ostrich” by Kawamura Ganjavian
Last weekend, Twin by the British artist Hush opened at New Image Art in West Hollywood. Twin is a large-scale installation consisting of 15 mixed-media works on canvas. Like the name of the exhibit suggests, Twin examines the duality and symmetry of the female form. By varying his approach to the same image, Hush plays . . . → Read More: “Twin” by Hush opens at New Image Art in West Hollywood, Los Angeles