Category Archives: Art

Art, Photography

Manipulated Photos Of Death-Defying Scenes


Photographer Robert Jahns, or nois7 on Instagram, photoshops to create a series of death-defying scenes. He places thrilling elements next to ordinary images of city life and landscapes. Read More »

Art, Media, Video

Tom à la ferme


Canadian film wonderkid Xavier Dolan’s latest is called ‘Tom à la ferme’, or ‘Tom at the farm’ in English. At age 24 he has already directed ‘J’ai tué ma mère’, ‘Les amours imaginaires’ and the heavily underrated ‘Laurence Anyways’. In the dark, kinky thriller ‘Tom à la ferme’ he plays the protagonist: a young man who is kept hostage after the funeral of his lover, by his lover’s dangerous yet attractive brother. The film is filled with intelligent visual language, doused in blissful soundscapes. Read More »


Anna Conway


Paintings by Anna Conway. Eerie to say the least. Read More »

Art, Food

Wurst Art


Running errands at the local supermarket, Karsten Wegener, Silke Baltruschat and Raik Holst discovered a piece of packaged ham which uncannily resembled ‘The Scream’ by Edvard Munch. The shape of the ham, the arrangement of egg, cucumber, carrot and the packaging was perfect.

So they set out to re-create this first feeling of recognition. Read More »

Art, Illustration

Drawings by Nuria Riaza


Spanish illustrator Nuria Riaza is a collector of memories and absurd objects which she stores away in a little tin box. Read More »

Art, Fashion

Cinematography by Maiko Takeda


Japanese fashion designer Maiko Takeda‘s graduation project ‘Cinematography’ consists of collars, hats, bracelets and corsets. Each piece reflects a shade and an image of the body of the model, illuminated by a spotlight.

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Art, Illustration, People

Billboards by Larry Sultan and Mike Mandel


In the 1970s and 80s, two guys set out to alter billboards with obscure images they made themselves. Their names? Larry Sultan and Mike Mandel. Their images often had no meaning, but were meant to mock advertising. They could be considered pioneers of street art. The duo published a book titled ‘Evidence’. It’s one of the most influential books on the subject of the use of found images. Read More »

Art, People

My Life in Videodrone – Vanessa Matic


Discover Vanessa Matic’s latest after the break. Read More »


Invasive Ants by Rafael Gómezbarros


Since 2007, sculptor Rafael Gómezbarros has brought his terrifying yet amusing swarm of giant ants to public buildings of his native Columbia. Each of the 1300 ants are over 2 feet in length made of fiberglass resin, fabric, and branches.

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Art, Culture


Emoji-nation by Ukrainian artist Nastya Nudnik reflects on the use of emojis to express our feelings. Historical art and contemporary technology of daily life are contrasted in this series.