The wonderful Andrew Sutherland

Reading Time: 2 minutes Andrew Sutherland was born in Oranjemund, South West Africa in early 1982. He moved to England with his family at the age of 11 where he spent his early teenage years. At the age of 16 Andrew moved to Cape Town and after finishing school enrolled at The Ruth Prowse School of Art in Woodstock. […]

We Are Flowers, Melissa

Reading Time: 2 minutes A stunning, nature-inspired installation of over 20,000 translucent flowers to create a large immersive hanging surface in the New York flagship. The surface was designed specifically for the Melissa Gallery in New York with an engineered Mylar net made of over 4,000 unique pieces. These flowers are placed in a more natural arrangement to combine the […]

G-Shock vs State Tretyakov Gallery

Reading Time: 2 minutes G-Shock’s lookbook for its Spring/Summer 2016 collection features skaters in the State Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow. The photographs portray a distinct contrast of what one would expect to see in an art gallery, but that’s what makes the shots so appealing. They come across as rebellious and youthful with the streetwear-adorned men posing in front of […]

Stephen Wilkes Photography: Night to Day

Reading Time: 2 minutes Stephen Wilkes captures striking images of famous cities transcending from day to night, using over 1 000 photographs taken over a 24-hour period. These dramatic and surreal photos draw a variety of timeframes into one still image. Stephen wakes up early and uses a crane to get a good aerial view of the landscape he is shooting. […]

Las Etnias

Reading Time: 2 minutes ‘We are all connected,’ says street artist creating record-breaking mural for Rio 2016 Games Graffiti isn’t an Olympic sport, but if it were then Eduardo Kobra would win gold for his 2787 square meter mural that he painted for this year’s Rio Olympics. The mural, titled Las Etnias (The Ethnicities) stands a astonishing 15 meters […]

Loose lips recycles Ships

Reading Time: 2 minutes In Seoul, there’s a unique pavilion that looks oddly out of place. It’s only once you turn upside-down that you’ll realise what it really is: a rusty old ship. While most ships go to die in a scrapyard where they’re cut up and sold off, Shinslab Architecture gave this vessel a second chance at life. […]

New York is really getting that underground version of the High Line

Reading Time: 2 minutes Move over, High Line. New York City authorities have approved the plans to transform an abandoned trolley tunnel into the world’s first underground park: The Lowline. The subterranean park will be built on a former trolley turnaround point, which has been disused since 1948. It will feature sunken areas flooded with natural light and decorated […]

BlackBay Brewery & CO

Reading Time: 2 minutes A new favourite designer of ours is Carlos de Toro. We fell in love with his 3D Experimental Type project and he is back with more beautiful design. Introducing BlackBay Brewery & CO BlackBay Brewery & CO is a new craft beer company based in Byron Bay (Australia), led by Liam Brooks and David O’neil. BlackBay’s aim is […]

Portraits from Africa

Reading Time: 2 minutes Rafael Comino Matas, a Spanish artist, uses one of the most inspiring, unique ways to capture his experiences in Africa –  journaling in the form of a sketchbook. He captures powerful portraits of people that he meets along the journey. His striking mix of different materials such as watercolor, pencil, and pen create beautiful effects in his […]