NEWS

The Illustrious "Light Origami" @ Vivid Sydney

The Illustrious

With only a few more days to enjoy Vivid Sydney 2015, one of the standouts is Masakazu Shirane and Reuben Young's "Light Origami" installation.

Interior designer Pavel Vetrov's 50/50 design

Interior designer Pavel Vetrov's 50/50 design

Half chic minimalism, half graffiti explosions, Kiev-based interior designer Pavel Vetrov reveals an intriguing design for hotel rooms.

Seattle Artist Tom DesLongchamp's Portraits

Seattle Artist Tom DesLongchamp's Portraits

Seattle artist Tom DesLongchamp takes our favorite childhood mediums of crayons and Crayola markers and turns them into stunning portraits.

Kitty Von-Sometime's "The Weird Girls Project"

Kitty Von-Sometime's

Iceland-based artist Kitty Von-Sometime’s current series, “The Weird Girls Project", empowers women to express creatively and unmitigatedly.

Sunflower House by Cadaval & Sola Morales

Sunflower House by Cadaval & Sola Morales

Overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, the Sunflower House is a gorgeous modern design by Cadaval & Solà-Morales Architects.

PREMIERE: The inky depths of Mr. Lawrence Yang

PREMIERE: The inky depths of Mr. Lawrence Yang

Offering an amalgam of traditional Chinese portraits and watercolor, the folks at Nuvango recently explored the inky depths of Lawrence Yang.

"THE PANIC OFFICE" @ CARRIAGE WORKS, SYDNEY

Stanley Donwood, known predominantly for his work with Radiohead, currently has a retrospective exhibition at Semi-Permanent and Carriageworks.

The Haunting Whim of “Credulous Morons"

The Haunting Whim of “Credulous Morons

UK-based artist Candice Tripp recently held a one-night-only exhibition, “Credulous Morons,” at Baltic 39 in Newcastle.

"THE COLOR OF STRANGENESS" @ SPOKE ART

This past month Spoke Art gallery boasted a stellar group exhibition that payed tribute to French filmmakers Jean-Pierre Jeunet and Marc Caro.

"Main Street" @ Musee Mohammed VI d’Art

Mohammed VI Museum (MMVI) is currently hosting a group exhibition focused on street and urban art as a means of discovery.