German photographer Thomas Herbrich has recently released the photos from his newest series entitled “SMOKE”. These trippy smoke clouds are the results of thousands of photos and countless hours documenting plumes of cigarette smoke.
I need this guy to make me some custom lights for the crib, nam sayin’? James Clar originally studied film and animation at NYU. Eventually he started to develop his own visual systems by controlling and manipulating light itself, and that translates into his works. These are just some of his most recent works, he has much more over on his website.
Artist JC Ro creates these insanely dope Jordan prints out of thousands of triangles (literally). JC Ro has featured such classics as I’s, III’s, IV’s, V’s, VI’s, IX’s, and XI’s in these prints, and they vary in size from 28″x36″ to 18″x24″. All of this featured work (and more) is available for purchase at his webstore: triangleshit.com
These rooftop photos that were taken in Paris honestly look like they could be paintings. Photographer, Michael Wolf, took these after moving to Paris from Hong Kong in 2008. Instead of capturing images of all the iconic landmarks around the city, he decided to focus on the dense rooftops surrounding the city. He currently has an exhibition on view at the Robert Koch Gallery in San Francisco.
Writer & photographer, Ray Mock, has released his new book that documents Banksy’s 31 day stay in NYC. The book offers a day-by-day first hand account of Banksy’s time in New York. The book features over 120 photos and illustrations, and available in a limited edition of 2000 with a screen printed cover. Head here to buy now.
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, or LACMA, made history last month when they became the first museum to join Snapchat. Their account is much different than you would expect from a world-renowned museum. Check out some of their best Snaps below.
Jay Shells has hit another city to hang up some “Rap Quotes.” This time around Jay heads to Philadelphia, with lyrics from Black Thought, Meek Mill, Action Bronson, and more. Check out the full feature over on Animal.
Shawn Smith is an artist from Dallas Texas, whose works have been featured from California to France. These works are from his “Re-things” collection, which focuses on the gap between digital photography and the image captured. To create these dope works Shawn Smith cuts plywood or MDF board into 1/2 inch strips around 1/2 inch to 2 inches long, and then he hand dyes them in a mixture of ink and acrylic paint.
London-based make up artist Laura Jenkins has taken her profession to the next level. Using her own face as a canvas, Laura re-created some our favorite cartoon characters like Cartman and Bugs Bunny. She even found a way to incorporate her own mouth into each one of her creations. Take a closer look below.