Ian Pons Jewell’s Bolivian Dreamscapes
The director behind Naughty Boy and Paolo Nutini's latest music videos found his surrealist calling in Bolivian paganism.
Romare - Projections
Romare's Projections will be released on 23 February, following up his great Roots EP. The album is described as “Voodoo Ray reworked by DJ Shadow", a crude comparison which nevertheless makes sense.
Tumblr, PC Music and the Iceland frozen food aisle come together in the eponymous label of artist/designer Dom Sebastian.
The Town Shaped Like Jayne Mansfield’s Head
It's not the subtlest image from David Foster Wallace's novels, but it's a powerful one.
A Simple Conceptualist From Ulsrud
Forget everything you knew about Norwegian visual satire. Christopher Nielsen, the illustrator, filmmaker and sculptor is having his first major exhibition at Henie Onstad Kunstsenter, Norway.
The Hand-Painted Fabrics of Le Studio Anthost
Astrid de Saint Anthost discovered hand-painted fabric while working for Atelier Dynale in Paris. She relocated to New York in 1997 where she founded Le Studio Anthost.
Dreadful Wind And Rain
Isabel Greenberg's dioramas for the English Folk Dance Society have turned into a dark and twisted graphic novel.
Karl Nesser Has a Message For You
He wants contemporary art to be more like his grandad's washing machine.
An Interview with GHOSTSHRIMP
The forest-dwelling illustrator behind the NehruvianDOOM cover grew up in a family torn apart by treasure hunting. Either that or he’s taking us for a ride.
Karol Radziszewski and Queer Poland
The founding editor of DIK magazine is using Warhol to salvage Poland's forgotten, queer history.
The Montreal-based artist's crowdfunding an "augmented reality" book full of Terry Gilliamesque gifs.
Aaron Draplin & The Art of the Side Hustle
On behalf of the good people at Vans, director Jared Eberhardt met up with Portland's Aaron Draplin at his day job as a designer at his own studio, Draplin Design Company.