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Liu Bolin gets camouflaged into Kenny Scharf mural

It’s always fascinating to watch two artists from radically different areas of the creative spectrum collaborate. This time the duo is Chinese contemporary artist Liu Bolin and the well-known street artist Kenny Scharf. If you recall from my previous post, Liu Bolin is the artist who camouflages himself so that his whole body blends . . . → Read More: Liu Bolin gets camouflaged into Kenny Scharf mural

Nendo designs an exhibition of hats for Akio Hirata

The art of millinery, or hat-making, is an age-old craft which doesn’t usually received the recognition it deserves. Perhaps that is why the Japanese studio Nendo has produced such an extraordinary exhibition for the internationally-known milliner Akio Hirata. In Nendo’s installation, 4000 white hats, whose shapes were overseen by Hirata, float and stream through the . . . → Read More: Nendo designs an exhibition of hats for Akio Hirata

Hand-painted signage at the Guerrero Gallery in San Francisco

Fans of hand-painted signage must check out the latest exhibit at the Guerrero Gallery in San Francisco. Sign Your Life Away examines the art behind hand-painted signage, attempting to close the gap between commercial sign painters, like those at New Bohemia Signs, and fine artists which feature sign painting in their work, like Jeff Canham . . . → Read More: Hand-painted signage at the Guerrero Gallery in San Francisco