Shot over eight years, the film photographs in the artist and zine queen’s new book, ‘The Swimming Pool,’ are an ode to beautiful bodies and Southern California summers. The previous owner of artists Deanna and Ed Templeton’s house in Huntington Beach, California was an elderly lady. As a result, their swimming pool is just the […]Read more "Deanna templeton – ‘The Swimming Pool’"
Featured in Apartamento magazine, Casa Horta is a 1920s single-family home in Barcelona that is finally boasting its true colors. Its most recent owner, designer Guillermo Santomà, refurbished the home in an exciting way that still feels natural to the space. By using bold pops of pink, blue and green to function as art, personality and intuitive design, Santomà was able to […]Read more "A Study Of Color In A Barcelona Home"
“Though this be madness, yet there is method in’t” – Shakespeare Following his debut sell-out solo show in January 2015, visual artist Nick Smith returns to London’s Lawrence Alkin Gallery with a new body of work inspired by erotic literature. Marking 400 years since Shakespeare’s death, Paramour employs Nick Smith’s signature ‘colour-chip’ methodology, combining modern […]Read more "PARAMOUR: PANTONE WOMEN BY NICK SMITH"
“The Garden” and “Moons” are two new collage series from Berlin-based, Portuguese artist and illustrator Luis Dourado that attempt to deconstruct natural elements and re-build them into hypnotic new configurations. From the small scale of petals and leaves to the big scale of the moon, both series successfully manage to distort reality in visually captivating and thought-provoking […]Read more "Hypnotic Collages by Luis Dourado"
Matthieu Venot is a self-taught French photographer whose pictures capture the urban environment in a most graphic and transformative of ways. Focusing on the part rather than the whole, his photographs abstract his surroundings into colourful graphical vistas turning the quotidian into the iconic. Via All pictures © Matthieu Venot.Read more "Abstract Architecture Photography by Matthieu Venot"
Italian studio Pedevilla Architects designed a minimal rose-tinted structure that serves as a fire station for the town of Vierschach in South Tyrol. Built at 1,130m above sea level from lightweight concrete, the design prioritizes simplicity and durability. Inside, stone pine and native Loden wood were used to create a warm contrast to the concrete exterior, […]Read more "A Rose-Tinted Fire Station By Pedevilla Architects"
Tony Futura, a digital artist based in Berlin, creates surreal art that seems to poke fun at the materialism and pop-culture focus of modern Western life. His light-hearted and funny digital art is often charged with sexual energy.Read more "POP CULTURE SURREAL ART BY TONY FUTURA"