Joe Iurato – Wooden Street Art

New Jersey-based artist Joe Iurato unites old-fashioned printing processes with contemporary street art style for his series of urban wooden interventions. The miniature figures he intricately carves range from guitar players to breakdancers, each subtly added to a city landscape and interacting within the scene. Site-specific placements of the pieces often use the surrounding environment … Continue reading

Moulton Bicycle Company – Made in England

Moulton Bicycle Company is an established manufacturer of 50 years and still very much family-run with the highly respected engineer and nonagenarian Dr. Alex Moulton, still watching over the development of new ideas and improvements to these innovative machines. Made in England is a short film that takes a look behind the scenes and meet … Continue reading

Rachel Whiteread for Whitechapel Gallery

Whitechapel Gallery Director Iwona Blazwick OBE today unveiled the major new commission by British artist Rachel Whiteread for the building’s historic façade with the artist and an introduction by Danny Boyle, filmmaker and London 2012 Olympic Games Opening Ceremony Artistic Director. The work is Whiteread’s first ever permanent public commission in the UK and features … Continue reading

Gimme The Loot – Indie Grafitti Film Is Talk Of SXSW

The debut feature, ‘Gimme the Loot’ from New York filmmaker and director Adam Leon, saw its world premiere at the SXSW Festival to a rousing reception from the watching gallery. With a miniscule budget, the film showed what brilliant talent was harboured on the streets on New York. Produced by Dominic Buchanan, Natalie Difford and … Continue reading

A Story For Tomorrow (Video)

Rhode Island production company Gnarly Bay Productions, has released a incredibly beautiful video of a couple traveling through Chile and Patagonia, entitled ‘A Story For Tomorrow’. The film of company co-owner Dan Riordan and girlfriend Nina through their five week journey asks the question, “is it possible to be happy with this life?” “Did you … Continue reading

The Pothole Gardener

East London is as much a hub of creativity as it is a home for urban degradation and one Londoner, Steve Wheen has followed the Guerilla Gardening guys by bringing miniature green art installations to scenes of ill-repair with his ‘The Pot Hole Gardener‘ project in aid of a charity I am currently working with, … Continue reading

Create, Work, Inspire with Dell

Last week computer giant, Dell, decided to challenge Apple’s dominance over the creative sector laptops with a novel way to launch their new XPS 14z laptop. The brand enlisted the support of LA-based creative think tank, Super! Alright! to create a three day exhibit at Openhouse Gallery, New York called Create, Work, Inspire. Tastemakers from … Continue reading

Jack Greer for ASOS Urban Tour

It is the buzz for all the brands at the moment to get their fingers on creative talent, immerse themselves in their world and bathe in their murky bath water. Online web shop ASOS is joining in on the action with their Urban Tour. In association with trendy lifestyle magazine VICE, ASOS is looking for … Continue reading