Posted by Clutter July 23, 2012

Artist Whatshisname has created his own adaption of the London Olympics 2012 mascot, in efforts to raise awareness for London riots. Whatshisname's goal with his figures is to put more attention on safety issues during the London 2012 Olympics. The figures are of both London officers and hooded hooligans, in different displays.

These figures are 12 cm tall, made of resin,...

Posted by specialK July 23, 2012

Agostino Iacurci is an Italian artist who can paint awesome murals like nobody' s bizness. Here are some pictures of his amazing work. 

I would love to see something like this in my neighborhood. 

Check out Agostino's website for...

Posted by specialK July 23, 2012

Japanese artist Hirotoshi Itoh has a way with river rocks. They're just every day river rocks, like the kind you cut your feet on in the lake last summer, but he has a way to make them look like anything but rocks. Hirotoshi likes to leave some of the natural texture so we get an idea of what we're dealing with. Don't eat that ice...

Posted by Trustpigs July 22, 2012

The psychedelic cartoonist Oliver Hibert is curating an exhibition of artists who tend towards the bold and brightly colored side of painting, to be shown under the banner of "Vivid Visions" at the...

Posted by Trustpigs July 21, 2012

Eric Pause's Canadian-based Pause Designs continues to astound collectors of customized designer toys with this fantastic 8-inch tall Dunny entitled "What A Day For A Daydream." The Most Wanted Crew member was commissioned to do this piece, displaying a brilliantly rendered lumberjack dreaming of his...

Posted by Trustpigs July 21, 2012

As the world gears up for the 2012 Olympics, Kidrobot hopes for the gold! In celebration of the popular phenomenon, Kidrobot are releasing a 3-inch tall 'Bot Mini entitled "Faster, Higher, Stronger," which proudly displays an athletic champion properly attired for victory. And not only does this contender...

Posted by Trustpigs July 21, 2012

Travis Louie was born in Queens, NY about a mile from the site of the 1964 World's Fair, so his fascination with "Atomic Age" science-fiction and horror shouldn't be surprising. Or, at least, no more surprising than his fantastical world where human oddities, mythical creatures and otherworldly beasts seem to have existed in the...

Posted by Clutter July 20, 2012

Jonathan LeVine Gallery presented the first solo gallery exhibition of Jason DeCaires Taylor, Human Nature. Human Nature is a collection of sculptures, video documentation and photographs taken during his different projects that Taylor has worked on in aquatic environments. This show was opened June 30, 2012 and is ending July 28, 2012...

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