Forest Folks Paper Installation by Zim & Zou

Forest Folks Paper Installation by Zim & Zou

French creative duo Zim & Zou have created a colorful paper universe for the window display of the new Hermès store in Dubai at the Mall of the Emirates. Titled ‘Forest Folks’, the project features two...

Alphabet Aerobics by Victor Koroma

Alphabet Aerobics by Los Angeles-based photographer Victor Koroma is a series that focuses on the idea of creating your own font with a mundane object. His work aims to find the beauty in everyday recognizable ...

Chiharu Shiota’s Exhibition at Blain|Southern

For her first exhibition at Blain|Southern, Chiharu Shiota created a new site-specific monumental installation in the Berlin gallery, eight years after she last exhibited in her home city. The installation 'Un...

Nissan creates world’s largest 3D pen sculpture

Nissan has created the world’s largest 3D pen sculpture using innovative 3Doodler 3D pen technology, drawing a stunning full-sized replica of the new Qashqai Black Edition to celebrate the car’s launch.  ...

TeamLab’s Digital Art exhibition in Tokyo

Until the end of August, Japanese art collective TeamLab presents DMM.Planets, an art exhibition with large scale installations on a 3,000 square meters exhibition space in Tokyo. Among the works presented, th...

Gerry Judah celebrates BMW’s centenary at Goodwood

British artist and designer Gerry Judah was asked by BMW to come up with a sculpture, bigger and better than anything done before, to commemorate their centenary at Goodwood Festival of Speed in Chichester, Wes...

Banksy’s Graffiti Van to auction at Bonhams

Banksy’s famous SWAT Van is going up for auction in London at Bonhams next week. It was shown for the first and only time in an industrial warehouse in dowtown Los Angeles 10 years ago, when Banksy made his ...

Banksy goes on show in Rome

A major retrospective of artworks from the street artist Banksy will be on show in Rome's Palazzo Cipolla until 4 September, 2016. The exhibition, titled "War, Capitalism & Liberty", includes extensive cor...

Yayoi Kusama unveils new works in London

Until 30 July, internationally acclaimed Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama will be exhibiting major new works at London's Victoria Miro Gallery. Spanning the gallery’s three locations and waterside garden, the...

Inflatable Refugee by Schellekens & Peleman

Inflatable Refugee is a 20-foot tall sculpture created by Belgian visual artists collective Schellekens & Peleman that is set to sail around the world as part of a nomadic art project aimed at drawing atten...

Paolo Pettigiani Infrared New York Landscape

New York-based, Italian born photographer and graphic designer Paolo Pettigiani has recently captured a surprising collection of pictures of Central Park’s landscape, in a series named Infrared NYC. Using a ...

Google Data Center Mural Project

The exterior walls of two Google data centers has received mural art as part of Google Data Center Mural Project. Whether it’s sharing photos, searching the web or translating languages, billions of requests...

Fabian Oefner’s exploded iconic sports cars

Swiss artist Fabian Oefner returns with a new series of exploded cars. The new artworks, currently on display at the M.A.D.gallery, Dubai, are a second part of Oefner’s ‘Disintegrating’ series, the first ...

Peter Zimmermann’s Resin Floors at Freiburg Museum

For his latest exhibition, Freiburg School, at the Museum für Neue Kunst in Freiburg, Germany, artist Peter Zimmermann has covered the 1,400-square-foot gallery floor with vibrantly colored resin. Zimmerman...

World’s First Pop Art Bentley by Sir Peter Blake

Bentley has teamed up with the godfather of British pop art, Sir Peter Blake, to create a one-of-a-kind Bentley Continental GT V8 S Convertible. Bentley commissioned Sir Peter to deliver the world’s first pop...

Perception by eL Seed in Cairo, Egypt

Tunisian street artist eL Seed has transformed the neighborhood of Manshiyat Nasr in Cairo into a massive work of street art. "In my new project ‘Perception’ I am questioning the level of judgment and mis...