William S. Burroughs Talking About Pooping, Now on Vinyl

This album release announcement is completely out of left field, to say the least. William S. Burroughs, the infamous Beat generation poet, author and provocateur, is releasing an album. But...

Eva Zar’s Peachy World

I have a new girl crush-and this time it’s serious. Her name is Eva Zar and she everything but the shy neighbour girl hiding in her apartment, that is also home of 10 cats. According to her, she...

That Filth You Wallow In Is Art

Remember Room Raiders? It was a CLA$$IC back in the Golden Years of MTV. A single-and-ready-to-mingle college dropout would ‘raid’ three strangers’ fugly private domiciles,...

ART: An Intellectual Analysis

This is an article about art. This is also art about an article. What art? This art. What article? This article. Yes! ~*~*~It Iz SoOoO aRtIsTiC~*~*~

Collabs of the now

Amidst a world of borderline ridiculous volumes of colabs being released on the daily, Illustrator Mike Hughes imagines what will be popping for FW16, strictly unlimited edition. 

The Pop-Up Book Revisited by Tauba Auerbach

You should never underestimate how many childhood things stick with you even deep into adulthood. Like celebrating your birthday for a full week, having a bag of chips for dinner or only stepping on...

Clipart, The Most Under-Appreciated Art Form

Human communication has changed and evolved drastically over the past few decades. It may be difficult to remember a time before the World Wide Web came along and gave us access, first via dial-up...

Silas Inoue’s Moldy ‘Mi Casa Es Su Casa’ Installation

Copenhagen-based artist Silas Inoue works with unorthodox and unexpected materials, even living organisms. His new exhibition “Mi Casa Es Su Casa”, opening tomorrow at SIRIN in...

Sam Taylor for the LB Project

Sam Taylor is a young bloke from London-town mixing his passion for skateboarding and illustration. Enjoy the fifth episode of the LB Project where Sam explains his two loves.

A Vagina Monologue – Stephanie Sarley Interview

Stephanie Sarley comes from a family of artists. Her father was a storyboard artist for movies such as Waynes World and Robbin Hood Men in Tights. But this Oakland-based visionary specializes in a...

Talking Type and Berlin Hype with Otto Baum

Part of the KLUB7 art collective, Otto Baum has made a name for himself in Berlin and beyond. We linked up to geek out about brushes and lettering and found out that Berlin is not all it’s cracked...

Phillip Kremer’s Factory Workers

Life in the chemical storage facility isn’t always sunshine and Bo Diddley for foreman Phillip Kremer. His long days spent riding his iron horse forklift in the chemical ghetto. One day during a...

Food Porn Superstars

What appears to be a popular ‘Muk-Bang’ video (usually featuring beautiful Asian women eating) is actually a political statement from South Korean performance-artist Showry.

New exhibit by Anders Scrmn Meisner 🌴 Under Distant Palm Trees 🌴

Anders Scrmn Meisner explores the fine line between nostalgic longing and post-colonial melancholy in his solo exhibition Under Distant Palm Trees, currently at the Hans Alf Gallery in Copenhagen.

Bernin’ 4 U

Let us introduce you to Buff Bernie, an adult coloring book from illustrator Nicole Daddona consisting of over 20 pages of our favorite candidate looking very presidential and very, very hunky. Brains...

Alvin Flip – Skateboard Barista

Alvin Flip is a Skater/Father but most of all a barista whipping up latte art that makes me nostalgic for watching old skate videos on VHS.

Impressions of “Miami//On Location. Off Season” Opening at VESS

Last week we interviewed Daniel van der Noon and Emil Monty Freddie for their upcoming exhibition as VESS. If you weren’t there, you certainly missed great art, good looking people, glitter and...

The Jaunt #23 with Nigel Peake

For their 23rd travel, our favourite art+travel combo The Jaunt have brought artist Nigel Peake with them to the Scilly Isles. As we’ve written before, The Jaunt selects artists and sends...

Illustrator Polly Nor’s Devils and Devilishly Realistic Women

North London illustrator Polly Nor knows her way around erotic and cultural satire. As she puts it: “I draw women and devils for women and devils”. Same thing, right?

Buffalo Bill Gates – Kalle Mattsson

I stumbled onto the work of Stockholm-based Kalle Mattsson deep into the realms of the world wide web. I kept scrolling through the celeb mash up puns of his ‘Buffalo Bill Gates’ series...