28.04.17 by Staff

Trippy Anamorphic Sculptures by Artist Jonty Hurwitz

London-based artist Jonty Hurwitz transforms warped digital renderings into incredible anamorphic sculptures made out of bronze, copper, plaster and paint. “Anamorphosis” relates to purposeful distortions that depend on an additional device or precise vantage point to reconstruct the image. In Hurwitz’s case, cylindrical mirrors reveal each sculptures true form. See more below!

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27.04.17 by Staff

“Sojourn” by Artist Charlotte Keates

A lovely series of paintings inspired by a three month trip through the United States and Canada by London-based artist Charlotte Keates. See more images below, along with a short video of Keates discussing her work. “Sojourn” will be on display at Arusha Gallery in Edinburgh from May 5 – May 30.

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18.04.17 by Staff

Tiny Metal Sculptures of Strangers by Artist Zadok Ben-David

London-based artist Zadok Ben-David’s latest iteration of his installation “People I Saw But Never Met” brings together over 3,000 miniature metal figures, each based on anonymous people captured in photos he took while travelling the world. See more images below or on display at at Shoshana Wayne Gallery in Santa Monica until May 27.

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14.04.17 by Jeff

Photographer Spotlight: Dan Sully

A selection of photos from “Tokyo Taxi” by London-based filmmaker and photographer Dan Sully. More images below.

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13.04.17 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Antoine Cossé

A selection of work by Paris-born, London-based cartoonist and illustrator Antoine Cossé. More images below.

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11.04.17 by Staff

Reader Submission: “Exhibition Labels” by Artist Le Quidam

Paris and London-based street artist Le Quidam attaches exhibition labels to everyday occurrences. Discovered via our monthly Reader Submissions! See more images below.

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29.03.17 by Staff

Illustrator Spotlight: David Biskup

A selection of work by London-based writer and illustrator David Biskup. More images below.

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17.03.17 by Staff

“Considered Accidents” by Artist Daniel Eatock

London-based artist Daniel Eatock has been photographing damaged Fiat cars since April of 2000. Designed by Pininfarina with a purposeful slash above the wheel arch, Eatock’s ongoing archive focuses on vehicles that have complementary (although far less intentional) markings to the same area.

See more images from “Considered Accidents” below. And click here to check out previous posts of some of his other projects.

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