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APEX creates a new collection of graffiti-based art by spray painting on denim

APEX is exhibiting his latest collection of graffiti-based work, Indigo, at White Walls Gallery in San Francisco. For Indigo, APEX had a fabric mill in Japan make special runs of custom Japanese Selvedge denim. Then the San Francisco-based artist stretched the fabric over wood panels and spay painted his signature swirling forms over the denim . . . → Read More: APEX creates a new collection of graffiti-based art by spray painting on denim

Origami art from old tea bag and candy wrappers

Ruti’s Roots creates intricate sculptural forms using the wrappers from tea bags and chewing gum. Ruti, the Israel-based designer behind Ruti’s Roots, collects and sorts discarded paper to create these stunning designs which range from small boxes and pots to elegant swan pencil holders. Each original piece sits on a durable cardboard base to ensure . . . → Read More: Origami art from old tea bag and candy wrappers

‘American Iconomics’ at the Shooting Gallery in San Francisco

James Charles 'Burger Clown' Ink on Real U.S Currency

James Charles 'Heavy Metal' Ink on Real U.S Currency

James Charles 'E=MC2 Dollars' Ink on Real U.S Currency

A dual exhibition of works by Akira Beard and James Charles, called American Iconomics, is now showing at the Shooting Gallery in San Francisco. The . . . → Read More: ‘American Iconomics’ at the Shooting Gallery in San Francisco

A monumental sculpture by Bernar Venet opens at the Palace of Versailles

French artist Bernar Venet has taken over from Takashi Murakami, Xavier Veihan and Jeff Koons to become the 2011 guest artist for the Palace of Versailles.

Venet is known for his massive iron structures which usually take the form of lines and angles, arcs, or “indeterminate” lines. Whether rising out into the air, leaning . . . → Read More: A monumental sculpture by Bernar Venet opens at the Palace of Versailles