“Ruby” is an animated self-portrait by artist Emma Allen. It explores the idea of rebirth and illustrating the transfer of energy from one incarnation to another.
Not everyone can appropriate from a culture like Miley Cyrus, but there’s a paper doll with some super ghetto accessories for that!
“Hold It In Your Mouth A Little Longer” is a magnificent new piece by 28-year-old Nigerian-American artist Toyin Odutola, whose signature style is a use of texture, light, and pattern unlike I’ve ever seen.
“Between Hope and Despair” is latest artwork by Korean artist Minjae Lee, whose style includes vibrant color usage, intricate patterns and textures. The beautiful mixed-media piece is available as a limited edition 15in x 20in print at the artist’s shop.
An all female collective will take over London’s Shinobare Studios October 7th – 17th to showcase ‘Re-Introducing Oshun’ — movement, visual arts, and poetry centered on black women’s bodies, gender, and sexual expression through the lens of the Yorùbá deity.
Brooklyn // Afrolatinidad Film, Art, & Music Series for [email protected] Heritage Month | Sept. 25 – Oct. 9
Latino Heritage Month (September 15th – October 15th) is underway and the [email protected] Project has partnered with Geko Jones and his Que Bajo?! record label to present the Afrolatinidad Series — three free nights of film, art, and music from 7pm to 10pm.
“Queers in Exile: the Unforgotten Legacies of LGBTQ Homeless Youth” opens at the Leslie Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art in New York City on July 17 and runs through July 28, 2013.
Inspired by the summer’s most anticipated album, Jay-Z’s ‘Magna Carta Holy Grail,’ designer Darien Birks illustrates the set’s announced collaborators: Pharrell Williams, Rick Rubin, Swizz Beatz, Timbaland, and Mr. Carter.
German artist/student Eva Sonja captures Janelle Monáe’s bold red lips, sparkling eyes, and immaculately coiffed updo in a recent digital painting titled simply “Janelle.”
South Korean artist KwangHo Shin combines inner emotions and an explosion of color to create this series of untitled oil and charcoal paintings.
Stunning Japanese calligraphy brush-and-ink illustrations by award-winning artist Yuko Shimizu tell the story of Japanese American baseball player Kenich Zenimura in a new children’s book titled ‘Barbed Wire Baseball.’
The Poool Magazine, a Spain-based annual publication, pays tribute to jazz greats Charlie Parker, John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Christian Scott, Esperanza Spalding, and more.
Another new poster has been revealed for Ryan Coogler’s harrowing Oscar Grant film ‘Fruitvale Station,’ winner of both the Grand Jury Prize for dramatic feature at Cannes and the Audience Award for U.S. dramatic film at Sundance 2013.
An amusing ad campaign for GQ Brasil titled “GQ Teaching Style To Men” pokes fun at some iconic looks that should never be replicated: Snoop’s pigtails, MC Hammer’s parachute pants, and Hulk Hogan’s golden ‘stache.
Rapper Bun B and illustrator Shea Serrano have teamed for a fun new project, Bun B’s Rap Coloring and Activity Book, described as “what every hip-hop head wishes they had as a child” by the Washington Post.
Tameka Raymond will host a ‘Kile’s World Foundation’ Fundraiser in Atlanta on May 30th to support the art-based children’s camp.
Known as the artist who plays with her food, Hong Yi, produces some of the most creative pieces of art using the most unlikely tools — like carrots, prunes, and coffee stains.
Though currently still in beta, artwork for Blue Frog Gaming’s Darkfire Galaxies has slowly rolled out over the past few months, garnering more and more interest in the game.
Marc Jacobs’ book-focused sub-brand, Bookmarc, joins forces with KRINK to release a chic collection of high quality paint markers.
On May 16th, the Chicago Fire Soccer Club will host its third annual Art of Futbol exhibition, a showcase of artwork by local artists who celebrate the world’s most popular sport.