A triangular art installation by Bottega Veneta has popped up at a car park in Seoul, South Korea. The Maze, as it is called, has Bottega’s signature green-tone and although it displays no products inside it is flooded with the label’s visual codes.
Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s 1961 ‘L’Arc de Triomphe, Wrapped’ is finally on view in Paris from Sep 18th to Oct 3rd. The project was executed with the use of 25,000 square meters of recyclable silvery blue polypropylene fabric and 3,000 meters of recyclable red polypropylene rope.
Nancy Fina’s series of photographs transforms fear and intolerance into beauty, joy and humanity, while inspiring dialogue and inclusion, emotional intelligence and fresh ways of seeing our world.
As she travels by train to advertise a soft drink, Bubble Girl, a hot-pink corporate mascot with amnesia, is framed for theft. Thrown into the prisoner’s car with the drink’s inventor, a magical chain of events unfolds to reveal her true identity. Starring model Yumi Lambert.
Vile Films follow visual activist Dr.D aka Subvertiser on a variety of subversive missions around London from billboards to street signs.
Looking at the artworks of the artist Charlie Davoli is like rekindling the identity of solidarity towards the environment that has been lost.
Mart Muse's series of illustrations questions: Is masculinity an ideology or just a trend? What can challenge the social forms when men create their own definition of "masculinity"?