Paolo Pettigiani – Infrared Landscapes

Italian photographer and designer Paolo Pettigiani has captured stunning colourful Infrared Landscapes scenes from his hometown of Avigliana, Torino shooting the pink and blue hued series using an infrared filter on his camera, creating a candy-coloured photographic collection of the snow-capped site. Pettigiani’s style mirrors that of Richard Mosse, who won the Deutsche Börse photography … Continue reading

Red Cross – Charity Arcade

Everyone has left over coins from their travels, why… we think we might use them again. Do we, of course not. The Swedish Red Cross has come up with a novel way to make you part with those coins and donate to charity, called Charity Arcade. Traditional coin donation boxes were transformed into arcade games, … Continue reading

Iva Troj – My Dear Foe

Bulgarian artist Iva Troj’s first UK solo show, My Dear Foe, opens this week at London’s Imitate Modern gallery. The exhibition, running from  23 – 28 September 2014 sees the 2013 Towry National Open Art Prize winner seamlessly incorporate Troj’s vast experience of traditional painting techniques with postmodern elements to create engaging, Renaissance-style works that … Continue reading

Anya Hindmarch Mini-Mart

The Anya Hindmarch Mini-Mart is now open at 99 Mount Street, London. The designer who is known for mixing luxury with mass-market themes, launched her latest collection, Counter Culture with a temporary shop space. With Hindmarch’s new handbag collection featuring icons from Kellogg’s cereal boxes, including Tony the Tiger – the advertising cartoon mascot for … Continue reading

The Unquiet Film Series – Culture & Foreign News

The Times and The Sunday Times have released the latest instalments in The Unquiet Film Series, a collection of films celebrating the historical and cultural impact of the newspapers. The newspapers have given filmmakers unprecedented access to 229 years of archive material. Bringing The World To Britain focuses on foreign news reporting, whilst Cultural Impact … Continue reading

Kimchi and Chips – 3-D Light Sculptures

The brilliantly named Seoul-based art and design studio Kimchi and Chips have created Light Barrier, a series of glowing rays that create stunning 3-dimensional geometries and shapes. The installation creates floating graphic objects which animate through space and time, by crossing millions of calibrated beams, projection, scanning and convex mirrors. The light installation creates floating … Continue reading

Zaria Forman – Climate Change Landscapes

Artist Zaria Forman creates breathtaking pastel landscapes to creatively record the effects of climate change across the globe using her fingers. The inspiration for Forman’s hyper-real, photo-like imagery began in early childhood when she would travel to the world’s most remote landscapes beside her late mother, who would be capturing the sites as part of … Continue reading

Wildlife Selfies by Silvio Medeiros

Art director Silvio Medeiros and Diomedia Brazil have created a funny advertising campaign entitled Wildlife to highlight the stock images company’s new National Geographic Collection. The Wildlife series captures animals taking selfies in unexpected locations, with a panda in an elevator and a gorilla in a bathroom. The campaign aims to show people that even … Continue reading

SpY – Moon

Spanish street artist SpY has set his two-stories tall installation ‘Moon‘ alight in Lausanne, Switzerland. The artificial crescent moon has been suspended on a crane above the urban landscape to light up the night sky. Moon is a project SpY was commissioned to install above the University Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL), in Switzerland … Continue reading

Yinka Shonibare – The British Library

A new installation on the theme of immigration by Yinka Shonibare entitled The British Library has just opened as part of the Brighton Festival and HOUSE 2014. The piece features 10,000 books, each bound in Shonibare’s trademark African Dutch wax batik fabric. The artist’s latest sculptural work explores the contributions made to British culture and … Continue reading

Judit Rita​ Rabóczky – Wire Sculptures

Hungary-based artist Judit Rita​ Rabóczky playfully molds strips of wire cables together to create her series of energetic human figurine sculptures. She welds the colorful pieces into acrobatic and seductive poses, that seem almost lifelike. As a result, the work is filled with a lively energy that emanates from each body. Rabóczky pays close attention … Continue reading

Clark Little – Shorebreak

Getting tossed around by shorebreak and slammed into the sand day after day is a rough life; Clark Little wouldn’t have it any other way. In fact, for the North Shore local, it’s all in a good day’s work. But the Waimea addict didn’t grow up snapping shots with his father’s camera like so many … Continue reading

Floral Art Installations by Rebecca Louise Law

London-based artist Rebecca Louise Law has made a name for herself in the fashion world as the go-to-girl for her breathtaking large-scale floral art installations. A fine art graduate from Newcastle University; Law’s work transforms spaces using thousands of suspended flowers with work that sees an exploration of relationships between nature and humans. “Most of … Continue reading

Courtney Mattison – Our Changing Seas III

Our Changing Seas III is the third piece in a series of large-scale ceramic coral reef sculptures by artist Courtney Mattison. The sprawling installation – currently on show at the Tang Museum – is entirely hand-built and is meant to show the devastating transition coral reefs endure when faced with climate change, a process called … Continue reading

Lykke Li – No Rest for the Wicked (Video)

Swedish singer-songwriter Lykke Li has unveiled the video for her chest-thumping new single No Rest for the Wicked, taken from her forthcoming third album, I Never Learn. A beautifully shot film about intimacy and separation, the video evokes the harsh emotional subject matter of the new album, which Li wrote after a breakup. “No Rest … Continue reading

Baileys Feaster Egg Hunt

Baileys Feaster Egg Hunt sees immersive theatre take over Harvey Nichols. The first adult-only immersive theatre egg hunt experience in a live department store, sees Baileys Chocolat Luxe look to reclaim the scared season of Easter for adults – forget those children in the garden its now all about the grown-ups! Following last year’s innovative … Continue reading

Amnesty International – Help Get Them Home

Waterloo is the UK’s busiest railway station and is used by thousands of people to make their way home every day, but this weekend, it was transformed to raise awareness for those who want to go home, but can’t. The Amnesty International campaign Help Get Them Home saw the world’s largest departure board at the … Continue reading

Nick Meek photographs Costa Rica covered in flower petals

Photographer Nick Meek took to the tropics of Costa Rica to create stunning images that showcase the new high definition Sony 4k TV. Meek and his team collected thousands of multi-coloured flower petals and leaves which were whirled through the prismatic suburban streets, blasted out from a neighbouring volcano and blanketed on a pathway where … Continue reading

Surf Sauna

A mobile Surf Sauna sauna to use once you’ve ridden icy cold waves off the coast of wherever? Why the devil not! That was the idea from a group of surfers in Portsmouth, New Hampshire who had cut their teeth in the cold New England waters and, wanted a warm retreat after donning their wetsuit … Continue reading

House of Ismay Classic Book Brooches

London-based company House of Ismay create fantastic handmade classic book page brooches which are made using original pages of worn out books, damaged maps and unwanted scraps of wood sourced from local businesses. House of Ismay was set up by Art History graduate Sarah Pounder in 2008 after selling the brooches on Brick Lane markets. … Continue reading