PETA’s naked ads finally take a step up design-wise with a new one starring actress Taraji P. Henson.
One of the world’s favorite dance companies, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater returns to show off the brilliant artistry and passionate energy that bring audiences around the globe to their feet night after night. What makes this phenomenal company so special is the incomparable sense of joy, freedom and spirit that the dancers and audiences share. Discover for yourself what millions of fans already know–you don’t just see an Ailey performance, you feel it.
What do you use more now?
The Brooklyn Artist Project, at it’s core, is about giving fresh and independent visual artists a platform to share their story with the world and connect with like creative minds.
Jason Rivers aka Deleete has been drawing since he was able to pick up a pencil…
Natalie Shau is an illustrator and photographer from Lithuania (Vilnius). She works mainly in digital media and her works are mixture of her photography, digital painting and 3D elements.
The Brooklyn Comics and Graphics Festival is an annual curated fair organized by Desert Island, PictureBox and Bill Kartalopolous. Admission is free to the public.
Jazz legend Miles Davis spent the last decade of his life creating swathes of drawings and paintings that for the most part have been kept away from the public gaze until now.
Architect and designer Rafael de Cárdenas has once again partnered with OHWOW to create a festive pop-up shop in Cappellini’s flagship showroom on Wooster Street in SoHo. His newest retail project marks the second OHWOW venue in New York after the highly successful OHWOW Book Club on Waverly Place in the West Village.
It Ain’t Fair is the third edition of OHWOW’s annual group exhibition, presented to coincide with Art Basel Miami Beach. Offering an alternative to the overwhelming mazes of art fair booths, It Ain’t Fair will highlight a cogent selection of leading-edge art.
Kikayis is a Freelance Illustrator from Barcelona, Spain. I instantly became a fan of his use of vibrant colors and bold lines!
Check this out if you plan to be in the Williamsburg area around 7pm on Friday, October 8th!
When design goes wrong!
Funny and pretty accurate!
Thought I’d start putting some of my favorite links in lists every week, and then I thought, why not share the list.
I don’t know where to start other than to say that A) I love Nia Long and B) I love when people stand up for what they believe in. The unfortunate part of this is that the ad just looks so… bad… As a designer I’m baffled that any Art Director would let this surface! It looks like a rough sketch!
Gorgeous capture by a DeviantArt friend.