These surreal photos by Elena Kulikova are sure to tug at your curiosity. Their double exposure, cross-eyed nature places at least two images together to create a larger meaning. Much like the phantom sensations Oscar Wilde wrote about experiencing while drinking absinth, these photos capture that same mysterious spirit that is only reached while hallucinating.
Best known for his work in film, David Lynch is also a musician, designer and artist. After seducing Paris with his underground club, Silencio, two years ago, Lynch has now made a foray into the city’s art scene with his show 'Small Stories'.
The new exhibition's most eye-catching selections are in fact those that stay closest to what we know. On one side of the collection is the '@' sign, on the other is a towering model of Google Maps' location pin. They're ubiquitous symbols — and perhaps easily overlooked because of it — but they're critical to daily interactions online.
Clean, white, minimal, and flattering on the legs. What more can you ask for in a shoe? For young fashion designer Laura Papp‘s bachelor degree, she created a line of porcelain shoes that embodies all these qualities.
A major Gallup survey identified 'quality of place' as the single most important source of civic satisfaction. The more beautiful, welcoming and diverse the city, the happier and more prosperous its residents will be.
Magda Mostafa focuses on the need to accept informal communities as a reality, not an exception, and argues that conventional architecture practice and education must begin equipping architects to 'address the potentials and problems of such parallel modes of existence in our built environment'.
San Francisco's Spoke Art gallery is holding an exhibition of art inspired by film director David Lynch. Titled 'In Dreams', the group art show features more than 50 artists including works by Joshua Budich, Jason D’Aquino, Kukula, Joel Daniel Phillips, and many more.
The majority of the vintage photos we see of people are usually associated with the feeling of innocence. Artist David Lyle re-imagines vintage and vernacular photographs from 1950s and 60s America by adding a twist of dark humor into them in his new series of work, Misbehaving.
Jazzberry Blue is a Toronto-based artist who loves to create abstract art. She has incorporated this art to the different maps, revamping them by putting artistically picked colors to each blocks. The results are splendid as they show a mid-century abstract feel to the image.
The years between 1880 and 1920 changed American cities completely: From elevators to air conditioning to electricity, the monumental buildings born during this period seemed like living things, humming with life. But as quickly as they rose, many of them were torn down -- victims of the same progress that pushed them up.