Another shoutout to an artist out there. Today we meet Mr Unbound. Here are his words below. If you are an artist and want to feature on the site, tell me. —————- “Well, friends, where do we begin? I am you. You are me. We are Mr. Unbound. Excuse my vagueness, I will have to … Continue reading Meet Mr Unbound or living UNBOUND
In 2007 the global population living in urban environments passed the halfway mark, and that trend is accelerating. As cities become bigger and denser, and within the rigid structures of a mass-market society, truly meaningful personal interactions become increasingly elusive. Pictures of the opening night…
When – 20/5 till 23/6/11
In Four Cities Black Rat Projects will take a look at the four artists whose experience of urbanity propelled them to create within their environment in similar ways.
I stumbled upon these very singular graphic design pieces from 1920s and 1930s, they all come from Japan and are characteristic of what Japan was experiencing: a massive social change.
One more time, Stolen space has put together a remarkable show. Group shows are so rich in diversity by definition and therefore always please a large number of people.
Mixed media on cotton paper, oil on linen canvas, screen print, acrylics, spray paint, cut book 3D collages,… the choice of medias and mediums is immense. How not to find a piece you like? Impossible.