Picture perfect paintings by Costa Mesa, California-based artist, Michael Ward. Check out more of his wonderfully detailed (and slightly nostalgic) work below!
Born in Seoul, South Korea, and raised in New York City, Timothy Hyunsoo Lee’s watercolour painted and hand-cut paper sculptures explore issues related to his Korean-American identity and personal struggle with panic and anxiety disorders. See more images below.
The Shoes latest video, directed by Montreal-based directors Dent de Cuir, is a celebration of GIF culture. The whole video is a mouse dragging various pre-edited animated gifs around a desktop but the results are a lot more entertaining than they sound (it was just awarded a Vimeo Staff Pick).
Not sure how James Van Der Beek feels about being the star of this video. Watch “Drifted” below.
The Entombment (Deposizione, 1602)
I only recently came across these brilliant paintings by Oakland-based artist Jamie Vasta, recreating the master works of Caravaggio entirely out of glitter. More images below!
This is a stunner of a video, maybe the best music video I’ve seen all year. It actually feels more like a short film than a music video clocking in around 8 minutes. Gorgeous cinematography, perfect casting, this really is as good as it gets. More flawless work by Canadian born, Los Angeles-based, director Alex Takacs aka Young Replicant.
Watch the video for “Neuroplasticity” below!
Just want to congratulate my close friends Jasper and his wife Amy for opening their new shop out in Hawaii! Last year the two started a fun little clothing brand aimed at kids ages 2-10, called Big Bad Wolf, and it’s really grown a lot since then. Artists like James Jean, Madsteez, and Brendan Monroe (tee pictured above) have already collaborated with them, and there’s a laundry list of future collaborators on their site.
I honestly just wanted to use this an excuse to post this photo of their daughter Ella’s chubby arms. If you’ve got a kid, follow them on Instagram @bigbadwolfkids.