ice©ream INPI 2016 wishes RIDDIM COLLISION #17 festival ident ▲ THE WASTE LAND – A Poem by T.S. Eliot ▲ L'heure eXquise Taras Kuščynskyj (Source: virginwhoreofbabylon) Dario Catellani THE DAILY MONSTER: How are you? I'm glad you're here. As always, the Daily Monsters are restless, and they've been waiting for your visit. Here is a very special 7th Anniversary Monster to get you started: Here's what you'll find on the site: Click here to check out all the Daily Monster video clips, and Mind Blowing Hyperrealistic Sculptures Artists that produce photorealistic sculptures, for the most part, aim to show us our bodies and life as it really is. Technically, artists who strive for a high resolution level of detail in painting or sculpture are called “hyperrealists”, although all hyperrealists are also considered to be photorealists. Every detail is slavishly recreated as close to the real life model as possible, even if the sculpture is larger than the original scale. Photorealistic sculptors create truly amazing sculptures that will make you feel wonder, revulsion and the sense of looking in someone else’s mirror.
Swoon New Street Piece - London, UK Brooklyn based street artist Swoon is in London and she pasted up one of her intricate large work in the East London area yesterday. Her work is often portraits of everyday people contrasted by both art and historical elements and this piece is no exception. Last time she visited London back in November 2010 she left 4 pieces pasted up on the streets so hopefully this first installation is just a beginning closely followed by some other work by her. Take a look at some more images after the break and then check back with us shortly for more street art updates from London. The Cloud Refuge The Cloud is a collaboration between Bruit du Frigo, the collective Zébra3 / Buy-sellf, a playful architecture made of wood and plexiglass. Sleeping up to seven people, the Cloud refuge was produced as part of the first edition of the biennial panOramas 2010. Photos © Zébra3 + Le Bruit du Frigo.
Banksy Le Rat By: Andrew Dyck As New York City continues to moisten her panties over the month-long artist-in-residency Banksy has graced us with during the course of October, I can’t help but want to shout, “Doesn’t anybody realize that he’s just ripping off Blek Le Rat?!” Blek le who? Okay, so I guess you’re going to need a primer in street as well.