Here are the latest additions to my Malus Menagerie.
Museo Atlantico, Europe’s first underwater contemporary art museum deployed the first phase of sculptures by internationally acclaimed sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor this February.
Japanese artist Isana Yamada creates clear resin whales that contain miniature worlds.
Swedish artist Cecilia Levy used old books and comics to create beautiful paper sculptures.
Erik Vestman and Nils Petter use unusual places to place their art …
Paul Rand discusses what art and design are to him.
Art Kane’s photography
Retro-styled travel posters from Nasa Jet propulsion labs.
By Daryl Stokes
Watercolours by Elicia Edijanto.
What an amazing collection of photos taken by Ho Fan.
By Elke Memmler
Macedonian graphic designer Marko Manev has created some images from ‘Force Awakens’ using a Film Noir style.
The Dark Hedges in Ballymoney, Northern Ireland, a tree-lined road on the coast of Antrim. Game of Thrones fans will also recognise this area as the Kingsroad.
By Hiroshi Yoshida
Wish Flower by Miroslaw Struzik in Wrocław, Poland
The latest addition to my Malus Menagerie.
Klaus Pinter’s floating installations.
Staedtler pen on moleskine notebook by Jung Gi Kim
Shots from the Rolling Stone article.
Nameless, the sci-fi horror comic, written by the Scottish comic writer and self-professed occultist, Grant Morrison. Nameless is illustrated by Chris Burnham, who worked on Batman Incorporated and Nathan Fairbairn, who worked in art on Scott Pilgrim and Wonder Woman: The Trial of Diana Prince. The work of these three men, culminating in only six issues, is one of the most terrifying projects to come from Image in years.
An intriguing study and observations of #GravelPlants by Bernd and Hilla Becher 1988-2001, courtesy of the Walther Collection and Sonnabend Gallery.
A stunning short film that explores the addiction of virtual gaming and where it could lead. Full length feature in the making.