Roger Gastman and Jonathan LeVine engage in a conversation over pizza about the art show “Cruel Summer”. The show features an array of different artist like Huskmitnavn, Myla & Dabs, Tim Conlon, and Clean Peterson to name a few. Visitors can view different forms and styles of art from pop art, graffiti, street art, […]
London graffiti artist King Robbo has been announced deceased, after being in a coma from a traumatic head injury in 2011. His supporters, Team Robbo reported that he's been taken off life support. Robbo began his graffiti career in the 1980's, and was a pioneer in the grRead Full Story
[gallery ids="4347,4348,4349"] Azuma Makoto's has a new installation, sending a bonsai tree and an arrangement of flowers into space. Using a helium balloon, the artist was able to send the balloons 91,800 ft up before they burst. Makoto also attached Fuji and GoPro still and video cameRead Full Story
[gallery ids="4332,4333,4334,4335"] John Matos, alias CRASH is exhibiting in New York at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery. His new show titled "Broken English", features a number of graffiti pieces created on canvas, paper, and a 1975 Mini Cooper. "Broken English" will be exhibitiRead Full Story
[gallery ids="3976,3977,3978,3979,3980,3981,3982,3983"] Hey Abstraks fans! We're very excited to announce that we've started raising money to develop our mobile app. We need to raise $9,500 dollars to develop the mobile app. If we are successful in reaching our goal, we would like to ceRead Full Story
Call for Submissions for Public Media Art for the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center Marquee The Massachusetts Convention Center Authority and Boston Cyberarts are issuing the eleventh call for media art for display on the Marquee at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center. The 80-foot-tall Marquee offers more than 3,000 square feet of display area […]
José Parlá’s new show titled “IN MEDIAS RES”, will be exhibiting at the Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery in New York from September 12 – October 18. The show will feature new paintings, sculptures, and a large mural installation. Parlá’s work from his childhood and travels from around the world will also be shown. For more information about the […]
ONE FOR THE DITCH A REGRETFUL RETROSPECTIVE BY ADAM O’DAY AND COLLABORATORS: KDONZ, Sean Flood, Scott Murry, Will Long, Josh Falk, Rob Vaughn Guess, Ian Sanity, Sean Walker, Dave Tree, Zoe Friend and Tom Keating Opening reception Aug 23rd 6-9 pm Show runs Aug 23rd – Sept 20th After Party at Shanghai Social Club, VIP Specials for Reception […]
CYCLE has recently painted a mural for the Santurce Es Ley Street Art Festival in Puerto Rico. They continue to create with their iconic theme “OVERTHRONE”, as the two artists title the piece for the festival “Struggle of Nations.” The mural is painted on the side of the Contemporary Art Museum of Puerto […]
Alex Trochut comes from Spain, and is exhibiting work at Kinfolk 94 in Brooklyn, New York. His installation piece titled “Think Twice” involves his talent ‘binary printing’ techniques. Using binary printing Trochut prints two images, one light and one dark as they’re on top of one another. The artist’s intentions are for viewers […]
Menilmonde is a trvael blog based out of France, and have created a video where buildings and landmarks are re-imagined through sketches. The project, Archi’llusion, and it’s founders Claire and Max have created illusions where they’ve captured buildings and adding animated sketches. A few familiar buildings that can be recognized are the Gare […]
The publication Sneaker Freaker from Australia has collaborated with Montana, and has created a limited edition spray can titled “Infra-Red”. The concept for the can was produced from the iconic Air Max releases with Sneaker Freaker. The Infra-Red can will be available through the Montana in a couple of weeks.
NEIGHBORHOOD has released a set of “Booze Reaper” salt and pepper shakers. As a part of their pottery series, these ceramic pieces are a reference to the US occupying Japan after World War II. They’re created from Chinese Kaolin clay, and are available at HAVEN retailing at $73.
National Geographic’s 2014 photo contest, has presented their winning entries. After choosing from 18,000 entries from an array of topics like natural world, cultural events, etc. the first place position goes to Marko Korošecwhile. Marko Korošecwhile photographed a supercell storm in Julesburg, Colorado. To view the other winners, you can visit National Geographic‘s gallery.