Articles tagged Street Art

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A new Champs-Élysées streetwear shop got its inspiration from a hardware-store icon

Paris – The new Homecore flagship in Paris, designed by Studio Malka Architecture, was inspired by Newtonian physics and the humble Krylon spray can.

Nobu Hotel by Ben Adams. Photos Nicholas Worley
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Ben Adams pierces through the Shoreditch scene

LONDON – The striking front of the building punctures into the public scene with open-ended beams.

Amsterdam Light Festival 2016–17. Photos Lauren Teague/Benthem Crouwel Architects
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Natural phenomena transform into a festival of light

AMSTERDAM – Local firms UNStudio and Benthem Crouwel Architects reveal the potential of biomimicry for the future of architecture at the Amsterdam Light Festival.

Can You Tell Me A Secret? by Estudio Guto Requena. Photos Leonardo Finotti
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Estudio Guto Requena asks 'Can You Tell Me A Secret?'

SAO PAULO – An interactive installation in the immigration-flooded neighbourhood of Bom Retiro invites you to reveal your inner-most thoughts.

Atlantico Sur, 2014, 118 x 98 cm, mixed media on canvas, image courtesy of the artist and the gallery
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Soup by Martin Ron

Buenos Aires is an anomaly in South America when it comes to the acceptance and encouragement of street art.

Studio Job’s streetscape echoes Viktor & Rolf’s latest collection.
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Highway to Hell by Studio Job

After designing Viktor & Rolf’s teenage angst-inspired catwalk last fall, Studio Job has done it again. At this month’s Paris Fashion Week, the Dutch fashion brand debuted its grey …

Syrian Olympic, 2013, c-print diasec mounting, 133 x 200 cm, edition of 8, courtesy the artist and Ayyam Gallery
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I, The Syrian by Tammam Azzam

Earlier this year, Elephant editor Margherita Dessanay covered Tammam Azzam’s work Freedom Graffiti. The Syrian artist is holding his first UK solo exhibition at Ayyam Gallery in London, which will …

Amanda Marie is an American artist whose paint–stencil–prints can often have a fairy tale aesthetic.
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The Jaunt: Take A Trip on the Wild Side

American artist Amanda Marie is going on an inspirational adventure to Glasgow later this month, after which she'll be creating a unique artwork for The Jaunt.

In March 2013, 'Skinny Dippers' was created as an urban artwork in Brooklyn.
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Introducing: Amanda Marie

Introducing American painter and stenciller Amanda Marie, who recently showed her artworks at SCOPE Basel.

Untitled 61, Nacho Ormaechea, image courtesy of the artist
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Q&A with Nacho Ormaechea

Nacho Ormaechea is a Paris-based graphic designer and artist who uses the figures of people on the street as contours for his intriguing collages and photomontages. We caught up with him over email …

Signs and words from the street reveal new layers of meaning in their juxtaposition in Faith 47's new show.
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Fragments of A Burnt History by Faith 47

Faith 47 is known as a brilliant street artist, but for her new show at David Krut Projects she assembled an installation of found objects and her own artworks, bringing the complex feelings and …

Laurent Chehere's photographs transport real buildings into the sky.
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Flying Houses by Laurent Chehere

In the hands of French photographer Laurent Chehere, contemporary techniques of photo-manipulation are used in the service of a fantastic world, where buildings float in the sky.