Dakis Joannou, a really rich Greek dude, is the owner of this 115-foot masterpiece of a yacht. The “Guilty” yacht as it’s known is basically a floating piece of art. It was designed by world renowned yacht designer Ivana Porfiri and decorated by artist Jeff Koons. The camo exterior, which was inspired by camo used by the British Royal Navy during World War I, is just as impressive as the ship’s interior. Take a look.
Artist Dylan Shields recreated several of the world’s most well-known sculptures using only recycled cardboard and packing tape. The cardboard sculptures include Sisyphus, Tityus, David and Goliath and more. There is a deeper meaning behind this work, but I just think it looks cool.
Banksy set up shop in Central Park a few days ago and sold off signed paintings for only $60 a piece. Only 3 people purchased the exclusive art from him. The $60 pieces of work are now valued at over $30,000 each. Banksy caught the whole thing on camera just to rub it in. The video raises an even more important question – is Banksy the old dude selling the artwork?
Artist Alyson Thomas created these manly prints featuring two things we can’t live without – food and cocktails. The prints are a playful spin on the beef cut charts you may have seen in your local butcher shop. At only $25 bucks a piece you can afford to buy a few.
When I’m watching a movie, one of the first things I notice about a character is the shoes they are wearing. It looks like I’m not the only one. French artist Nicolas Bannister focused on the footwear of Pop Culture icons like Luke Skywalker and Marty McFly in his recent project. Take a look at all of his illustrations below.