Street Life | Nevercrew’s Street Art Space Oddity For The St+art Festival in India

February 10, 2016  |  Streets  |  No Comments

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Swiss street art duo Nevercrew (aka Pablo Togni  & Christian Rebecca) have created some fun Ziggy Stardust-approved astronaut murals as part of the St+art Festival, a two-month long street art festival in New Dheli that transforms the Indian city’s urban landscape with art interventions in public spaces through murals, installations, performances, workshops, Read More

Design | Carmaker NanoFlow Introduces Radical New Electrolyte-Fueled Quantino

February 10, 2016  |  Design  |  No Comments

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While eco nerds everywhere are focused on ugly EVs (that includes you, Tesla) that have to be plugged into the wall like a lamp, Liechtenstein-based auto startup NanoFlowcell (hopefully they’re still working on that name) has announced plans to put their new Quantino 2+2 seater that runs exclusively on the company’s trademark electrolyte fuel into production. Featuring radical design language throughout and powered by four Read More

James Jean Creates New Year of the Monkey Art to Celebrate Chinese New Year

February 8, 2016  |  art, Culture  |  No Comments

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Today marks the global celebration of the lunar Chinese New Year ushering in the Year of the Monkey, celebrated by Supertouch buddy James Jean with a beautiful new piece of monkey art and installation at multimedia agency InterTrend in Long Beach, CA. Throughout the day today, passers-by can visit InterTrend’s offices to peel off one of the 2,000 Read More

First Look | KAWS at Yorkshire Sculpture Park

February 8, 2016  |  art  |  No Comments

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Following up on our recent preview of KAWS‘ new indoor & outdoor retrospective at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park and its attendant Longside Gallery we’re now able to take a full look at the eponymous exhibition that brings together a large selection of recent sculptures and paintings for the artist’s first proper museum show in the Read More

Controversial Russian Punk Rockers Pussy Riot Release New Protest Song

February 7, 2016  |  Culture, Film, Music  |  No Comments

Russian all-girl punk band Pussy Riot‘s new protest video may be one of its most outspoken songs yet. Last week, the feminist punk group whose members were sent to prison by Vladimir Putin for a controversial performance that enraged the Russian president released a video for its new song, Chaika, named after Russia’s general prosecutor, Yuri Chaika. The video, which depicts prisoners in Read More

Lego Brings The Force Awakens Characters to Life in Trailer For New Star Wars Game

February 4, 2016  |  Culture, Film  |  No Comments

Continuing its blockbuster partnership with the Star Wars franchise, Lego has just released a trailer for its new Force Awakens Star Wars video game that brings the characters to life in Lego World and adds a very welcome dose of slapstick humor to several of the film’s most dramatic scenes. We can only hope a full Lego Force Awakens remake is on the way…

Design | The Incredible Cantilevered Crossed House by Clavel Arquitectos

February 4, 2016  |  Design  |  No Comments

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Forward-thinking Spanish architecture firm Clavel Arquitectos has created an incredible new cantilevered residence Crossed House in Spain’s Murcia region. Fabricated in concrete, the home was designed to offer views of the surrounding Valle del Ricote  & Sierra de la Pila mountains while creating protected & shaded outdoor spaces. To achieve this, the team, led by   Read More

Artist Daniel Arsham Directs New Short Film Video For Usher’s “Chains”

February 4, 2016  |  Film, Music  |  No Comments

Continuing his foray into film, multimedia artist Daniel Arsham, in conjunction with partners, cinematographer/director Ben Louis Nicholas and producer Courtney Andrialis under their Film The Future production banner, has directed the provocative new video for Usher’s track Chains. Inspired by the current racial tensions and inner city police violence against Read More

Master Japanese Artist Hajime Sorayama Brings His Sexy Robots to Nanzuka Gallery

February 3, 2016  |  art  |  No Comments

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Legendary Japanese sci-fi illustrator and master of the sexy robot Hajime Sorayama has delivered an awe-inspiring body of new work to Nanzuka Gallery in Tokyo with his new show, An Actress is Not a Machine, But They Treat You Like a Machine, which focuses on a series of paintings that reimagine Marilyn Monroe as a sexy Read More

Streets | Os Gemeos on the Wall in Rio at JR’s Casa Amarela Cultural Center

February 2, 2016  |  Streets  |  No Comments

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The São Paulo homies Os Gemeos have been in Rio this week lending their Brasilian wonder twin freehand aerosol powers to JR’s evolving Casa Amarela project, a cultural center the fellow street artist established in the city’s oldest favela, Providência. Since its inception in 2009, Casa Amarela or the Read More