Tag Archives: art

  • Ripple Maker Latte Art Machine (Video)

    Ripple Maker Latte Art Machine (Video)

    One of the most elite art forms of all time is now being democratized so that anyone (anyone with over a grand to spend on a coffee art machine, that is) can participate: Latte art. It’s the Ripple Maker, a machine that creates those intricate designs on the surface of a foamy latte that used […]

  • ‘Querkles': Paint-by-Numbers Puzzle Books by Artist Thomas Pavitte (Video)

    ‘Querkles': Paint-by-Numbers Puzzle Books by Artist Thomas Pavitte (Video)

    I have no idea if paint-by-numbers books are still popular or even available in 2015, but Australian artist Thomas Pavitte has rejuvenated the form by adding a liberal dose of mystery to the equation. It’s called Querkles, and the big gimmick behind it is that you don’t know what you’re painting until it’s close to finished. […]

  • Supreme Spring/Summer 2015 Lookbook

    Supreme Spring/Summer 2015 Lookbook

    Supreme can always be counted on to provide pieces that get people talking, and they’ve continued that tradition in their recently released lookbook for the spring and summer of 2015. The Supreme spring/summer 2015 collection has a lot of different ingredients coming together for a mostly cohesive and striking overall aesthetic. The Supreme spring/summer 2015 […]

  • ‘Descension': Sculptor Anish Kapoor Unveils Perpetual Whirlpool (Video)

    ‘Descension': Sculptor Anish Kapoor Unveils Perpetual Whirlpool (Video)

    When most of us hear the word “sculpture,” we think of something that’s totally static and unmoving, like a statue. But that’s not always the case, as evidenced by Descension, a new installation by sculptor Anish Kapoor that can best be described as a constantly swirling black whirlpool. Descension is the first site-specific art installation […]

  • ‘Periodic Table of Sexual Terminology’

    ‘Periodic Table of Sexual Terminology’

    Being a single guy means constantly trying to convince people that you are an expert in sexual matters. There is, of course, only one way to prove this definitively, but it can be harder to arrange than you might think, which is why the Periodic Table of Sexual Terminology is such a godsend. The Periodic […]

  • MB&F Nixie Machine: Like No Other Clock You’ve Seen

    MB&F Nixie Machine: Like No Other Clock You’ve Seen

    The Mechanical Art Device Gallery is a retail concept by timepiece brand MB&F that marries function with art. And there’s no better example of that marriage in action than the new MB&F Nixie Machine by designer Frank Buchwald. The MB&F Nixie Machine gets its name from the six 1960s Nixie tubes that display either the […]

  • Illma Gore: LA Tattoo Artist Will Etch Your Name On Her Body

    Illma Gore: LA Tattoo Artist Will Etch Your Name On Her Body

    Tattoo artist Illma Gore is on a mission – a mission to cover her entire body with tattoos. Like most ambitious art projects, she can’t do it alone, and she wants your help. So she started a Kickstarter campaign to tattoo strangers’ names on her body in exchange for cash. And not even that much […]

  • ICEHOTEL 25 Art Suites Unveiled

    ICEHOTEL 25 Art Suites Unveiled

    You’ve probably heard of ICEHOTEL, the annual attraction/artistic project in the village of Jukkasjärvi, Sweden that gets an estimated 50,000 visitors. If you haven’t, it’s a giant hotel made almost completely from ice, an impressive feat of engineering that is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. And the ante is being upped considerably with the […]

  • Curater by ACNE Studios Is the First Digital Art Subscription Service

    Curater by ACNE Studios Is the First Digital Art Subscription Service

    The young world of high-definition (and ultra high-definition) video and digital streaming has already changed the world of home entertainment, but the world of art exhibition might just be next. That’s because of Curater, a new fully digital art exhibition system developed by ACNE Studios. Curater works by streaming high-definition reproductions of specially curated exhibitions […]