Tomorrow at 10am, HYPERFLY will be releasing a collaboration with POW! WOW! founder Jasper Wong on their website. The collaboration between the Hawaii-based artist and the brand from the world of Jiu-Jitsu will feature a Gi, pants, rash guard and bag with the design inspired Wong’s studies in Kung Fu, as well as the saying, “catch a tiger by the tail.” Take a look at more photos below… Discuss Jasper Wong here.
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For their annual TIME 100 issue, the news magazine decided to pivot their focus to COVID-19 by asking their TIME 100 alumns to share any for insights on some of the challenges of what we are all facing in navigating the new realities of the pandemic. Participants this year include Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen, Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai, Former Soviet Union President Mikhail Gorbachev, and as you can see from the cover, artist JR (interviewed), a 2018 TIME 100 honoree. The French street artist, who had the coronavirus himself weeks ago and has recovered, […]
Alongside the Chinese exclusive WHITE CRYSTALIZED PIKACHU (available through the Archive Editions WeChat Mini-program), Daniel Arsham will also be releasing BLUE CRYSTALIZED PIKACHU on his website on April 24th (12 Noon Eastern Time) These editions are the first inklings of the New York-based artist’s collaboration with the Pokémon company and the animators from their studio. Hand-sculpted and casted in resin and aluminum oxide, the blue version will be produced in a run of 500 and includes a Arsham Editions holographic label verifying its edition number and authenticity. As a […]
For all the kids (and adults) staying safe at home, Audrey Kawasaki (interviewed) has released a new coloring page that you can download for free and print out. You can see the process video of how she created the image on iPad Procreate on her Instagram here. This new offering joins her first coloring page from a few weeks back. Please make sure to tag her @audkawa so the she can see your finished page. Discuss Audrey Kawasaki here.
On April 21st (10 AM Japan Time), James Jean (interviewed) will be releasing a stunning new print through Adachi Hanga with proceeds going towards the institute’s mission of preserving of the traditional art of Japanese woodcut printing techniques by training young artisans and holding workshops. Entitled The Editor – Cutaway and priced at 100,000 yen (framed) and 80,000 yen (unframed), the edition (limited to 100) is the fourth collaboration between the American artist and Adachi Hanga and is the result of a detail intensive process utilizing 8 hand carved wood […]
Forced to spend more time at “home” during the lock down, Banksy recently shared an image of what his creative mind is capable of when looking for an outlet. The bathroom scene features a pack of his infamous rats wreaking havoc on the toilet, sink, mirror, and amenities. His cheeky one-liner explains – “my wife hates it when I work from home.” Take a look at more details in the photos below… Discuss Banksy here.
With the COVID-19 crisis engulfing the world, Pejac has revived his old concept of miniature window drawings interacting with the life outside to start a new public art campaign. Through #STAYARTHOMEPEJAC initiative, the Spanish artist hopes to help people explore their creativity from the safety of their home by utilizing pens, brushes, papers, and scissors while using the backdrop of real life outside your window as inspiration. Share your contribution through the #STAYARTHOMEPEJAC hashtag on social media.
Galleries are off limits at the moment – so you will have to be satisfied with photos from the current show at Thinkspace by Carlos Ramirez. Formerly half of the artistic duo from Coachella, the Date Farmers, Ramirez continues in the vein of their former work with a series of paintings, mixed media pieces, and sculptures created from found objects scavenged from various desert locales. A Faster Hallelujah features works that deal with social and political issues of the working class, a raw blend of influences from his Mexican-American experience, Catholic symbolism, elements from the natural world […]
With the world on hold because of COVID-19, we are hoping that all our readers are staying safe and healthy out there. Things have certainly slowed down here at AM recently because of the virus, but hopefully we will get through this soon and return to sharing more art that we love with you. Many artists are also in the same shoes – stuck at home. The UK-based Phlegm has been documenting these trying times with a Pandemic Diary. The drawings that we can all relate to can […]
Currently at the Over The Influence’s Hong Kong space, Mark Whalen (featured) has a show on view featuring 10 new sculptural works and a series of wall–hung reliefs. Gentle Reminders is a followup to the gallery’s show with the American artist at their Los Angeles space last year (covered) and continues his totemic sculptural works. Along with his signature stacks of heads, body parts, and everyday objects, the installation of of the new body of work also includes handwritten post-it notes that give insight into the studio process. Discuss Mark […]