Saturday, December 29, 2012

Kuro Megami by Junko Mizuno


The goddess beckons. Flowers seductively lead to the serpent in her womb. She wears a coat of hair that shines like armor, protecting her body as well as her identity. Two sweet and small guards stand at her feet with chains holding them in two of six gloved hands.

Like the Asian ancients before her, she commands power with imagery and attention with metallic. Under her breasts, a skull and heart reside. She houses both life and death. She is a symbol for worship and a vessel for cosmic energy: strong and unsympathetic.

Releasing November 20 in a limited edition of 200, each piece is hand numbered with the artist’s signature engraved on the bottom, and exclusive to and select retailers worldwide.

Where the Internet Lives

"For the first time ever Google has posted dozens of rare photographs inside and around its data centers revealing the absurd level of organization, energy and design that goes into powering some of the largest, most powerful systems plugged into the internet."

See lots more images HERE...


INSA Gif-fiti


IDT Crew Paint Tibet

Chinese graffiti artists, WHYYY, NAN and SINIC (IDT Crew) traveled for 50 straight days from Southwest China’s Kunming to the highest region on Earth: Tibet – A journey of more than 1,200 miles to paint on an array of unique and unorthodox surfaces. Entitled “On the Road,” a documentary highlighting the entirety of the nearly two-month-long trip is due out on 2012 December.

3AToys X Ma.K

This is what happens when you put my fave toy house- 3AToys and legendary toy brand- Maschinen Krieger together.... Kröte isn’t massive in size (approximately 11.8 inches tall), but it’s very detailed and it has real working lights and rotating machine gun feature. WANT!!!

Eliot Lee Hazel Photography

Dark & Dreamy photographs by Eliot Lee Hazel...


Bonsai Tree Aquarium

Makoto Azuma creates stunning hybrids of nature and man-made systems....


Alex Fakso

"Alex Fakso is one of the world’s leading photographers of the underground graffiti scene, who began his career as a skate photographer in the early ’90s. He published his first book Heavy Metal in 2006 and his second bookFast or Die in 2011.

He’s recently been in Brazil working on projects with street artist duo Os Gemeos, while preparing for an upcoming exhibition that opened in London yesterday, December 12, 2012. Titled Santa in Camo, it features 15 photographs and an installation from Tokyo, Moscow, Milan, and other cities around the world, examining global crisis and the underground.

Alex shared a few works from this exhibition and the stories behind them for their latest portfolio review."

Los Angeles, 2001
“I took this photo over 10 years ago. It was my first trip to Los Angeles. Looking back at it now, I realize that I have spent a lot of my life jumping fences, going into private property, and generally living with heaps of passion, freedom, and the frequent desire for a good adrenaline rush! This is where it all began. I took this when I went to skate at some spot in LA’s suburbs.”

Bassano del Grappa, 2011

“One day, my Papa came to me and said that he wanted to start a new business. He had been selling military supplies for half of his life and wanted to change his job. He now dresses up like this year-round and is the sole subject of my upcoming exhibition ‘SANTA IN CAMO.’”

Bucarest, 2007

“I met this guy on a Subway platform. He told me that he was a gypsy and pulled a knife from his pocket to show me, not caring that there were cleaners and other people on the platform.”

Thursday, December 27, 2012


A chance encounter and shared moment with one of natures greatest and most fleeting phenomena.

Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Jack Stocker Illustrates Sneakers

Jack Stocker illustrates Nike sneakers throughout the ages. The 18-year old illustrator undertook the project as his final university assignment (yup, he's still studying) and decided to replicate the colours of the iconic sneakers from the late '80s and early '90s.
Using simple coloured paper Stocker constructed the silhouettes of the shoes, including the 1987 Air Line max, 1989 Air Pressure and the 1990 Nike Air Factor.


Saturday, December 22, 2012

We Are Batman

Brazil-based graphic and web designer Billy Butcher took Batman’s final words in The Dark Knight Rises quite seriously (or not so) and decided to imagine how artists and celebrities from past and present would look as if they were the caped crusader.


Monday, December 17, 2012


(PixelParty) (PPC)
Béziers / France


Roid New Letter Studies Work


Krink Bin

Love the colours...


G.I. Joe Skateboards

"The Loyal Subjects has released several G.I. Joe skate decks. Running $55.00 each, they features Destro, Snake Eyes, and Cobra Commander."


JR Schmidt Replicates NYC in Lego Bricks


Dave Kinsey Second Solo Show

Dave Kinsey
Everything at Once
December 13, 2012 to January 12, 2013

"As the show title suggests, Kinsey attempts to convey a world gone mad with media, perpetual conflict, and a sense of the mounting struggle between the urban and natural worlds. Kinsey creates this new body of work through a brash synthesis of materials, textures, and aesthetics, conjuring multilayered abstractions with traces of figuration which create dynamic transformations of images within images." - Joshua Liner Gallery

Custom Futura Nosferatu

Nosferatu gets a 43 LED mech-twist with this robotic custom called Futura Biotica by Task One...

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