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.
It’s been a long time since we’ve seen any new work from the mysterious Banksy. The street artist recently took to his website to unveil his latest piece, “Better Out Than In”. The stencil is located in Los Angeles and utilizes the natural surroundings to depict a graffiti artist throwing up flowers. Hopefully this is just a preview of a larger project to come.
Artist Sean Williams created these typographic portraits of artists using lyrics from their well-known songs. The portraits feature the likes of Jay-Z, Kanye West, Justin Timberlake, Bruno Mars, Rihanna, and one of those kids from One Direction. These portraits were originally created for an exhibit called “Hip Hop Type”.
Artist Cory Stevens combined his love for photography, digital design, and architecture when he created these architectural compositions. He layered architectural photographs to resemble the images found in Kaleidoscopes. Stevens’ used both modern and historical architecture when creating these works.
Artist Fong Qi Wei is responsible for creating these beautiful time-lapse collages. He takes a series of photos over a 2-4 hour period and later splices the images together to create these layered landscapes. He usually takes the pictures at sunrise or sunset when the sky changes dramatically in color. The resulting images are impressive to say the least.
Photographer Adrian Skenderovic captured pictures of neglected basketball hoops as he traveled around the world. Some of the hoops are in better shape than others, and some are barely usable. Regardless of their condition, the basketball hoops were still an essential part of the local community Adrian visited. Head over to Adrian’s website for more info on the project.