As Americans, most of us are already pretty obsessed with money. Can you imagine if it looked this cool? This is an updated banknote proposal designed by Travis Purrington. The series of bills plays on themes of human discovery and endeavors. It’s probably not a reality that we’ll ever see, but what do you guys think of designs? Read more about the project here.
Artist Dave Pollot combines his love of pop culture and art with these classical paintings. Each one depicts a beautiful landscapes featuring notable characters from tv shows, movies, and even video games. Check out his work below and head over to his website to purchase a print.
Artist, Nuri Durr, recently put together this art series that reimagines the class of P.S. 118 as grown adults. The series by Nuri is actually based around Helga, and it’s called “Yo, Pataki!” It would be cool to see Nickelodeon bring back the series featuring these adult characters. Hey Arnold! was definitely one of my favorite TV shows growing up, so this is really cool. These are all for sale over on his website.
Photographer, Corey Arnold, has a new exhibition up at the the Charles A. Hartman Gallery. The “Wildlife” photo series features various photographs that Corey has taken during his journeys over the past few years. It features some truly amazing photographs, and it’s on display until November 29th. Here are some of the pieces featured.
Javier Pérez Estrella (aka “cintascotch”) is an Ecuadorian based artist who depicts some downright charming animals, which he finishes off with the addition of some aptly placed appendages.
Monsieur Plant has put together this series called “Just Grow It!” that consists of art that features organic Nikes made from flowers, plants, seeds, and bark. Unfortunately for you sneakers lovers, these do no look wearable.