Louis Masai is a British painter, sculptor, illustrator and street artist, perhaps best known for his murals of endangered species. A graduate of Falmouth School of Art, he aims to use his artworks as a means for spreading climate change

Article and pictures by Architect Elica Sartogo.    At the Bloomberg Center's Cornell Tech building, by Pritzker Prize architect Thom Mayne, the New York DNA is part of the conceptual project. The outdoor texture has captured the skyline of Manhattan; the panorama is expressed

First catching my eye whilst browsing Soundcloud, Knobblehead are a new band bursting on to the Oxford music scene. Officially coming together in late October, the self-described 'psych-rock cacophony' has been in the mind of guitarist and songwriter, Rowan Janjuah,

Jeanette Hägglund is a Swedish photographer who has established herself with her work in portraiture and her ability to manipulate shape and color to produce otherworldly results. She has become well known on Instagram for her skill of capturing the abstract aspects of architecture. Through

There’s a vicious war underway. The battlefields are our overloaded screens, media outlets, platforms, devices, and minds. Many—on both sides of the aisle—criticise the way things have become polarised, protesting that they never wanted it all to be so black

The title of this article is exactly what the huge green puppy, by the artist Jeff Koons, tells us at the Brandt Foundation in Connecticut. It is exactly what Joseph Kosuth expresses at the Whitney Museum in Chelsea, in his

Founded in Copenhagen, ART 2030 is a non-profit organisation that aims to merge art with the United Nations 2030 Sustainable Development Goals. The organisation believes that through art, they can open people's heart and minds and ignite their imagination, sparking

Janelle Barone is an Australian-based digital illustrator and designer, known for eye-catching drawings on social issues, film and everything in-between. With a deliberate use of colour, her work evokes powerful emotions, inspiring a sense of intimacy and intrigue about the

Conscious of the environment and the problematic choices we are making concerning it, an increasing number of artists are expressing their views about our uncertain relationship with nature. Seattle in particular has been a long supporter of the green movement,

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