These short films are like particularly bent New Yorker cartoons. Just a little silliness to get you laughing on a Monday morning.
In this Moleskine spread, Spanish artist and photographer Chamo San created a great opportunity to explore not just his work but the illustrations of his friends, pictured above. They are illustrators Guim Tió and Amaia Arrazola both also from Barcelona. It shouldn’t be too difficult to distinguish who is […]
“Coney Island : Paradise at the end of New York” by Mijoo Kim & Minjin Kang This series is a collaboration between visual artists Mijoo Kim and Minjin Kang, a creative duo who have been inspiring and influencing each other since their Master’s program.
Toronto artist Cat Lamora’s three-dimensional paper installation deals with the experience of a gyopo — the term for Korean expatriates who have been citizens in their new countries for longer than a decade.
Visionary photographer William Notman (1826–1891) owed his early fame to portraits in snowy settings typical of Canada’s winters, shot entirely in studio! What did he use for snow? Lambswool, salt and paint. (So different from what the continent is going through this week.)
Inspired by a flock of migrating birds, Jihee Min uses devices made to mimic wings in her exhibition A Few Flaps to Belong. The work draws a parallel between the longing for flight and the desire to cope with