Brémond – Le Shampoo

Posted by Fabio 27 July 2012

Music video of the first single from Brémond’s new EP Pedestrian. It is full of footages and spirit from the 80’s. Directed by Steven Spencer.

Ken Garduno

Posted by Fabio 25 July 2012

Ken Garduno graduated in 2006, with honors in illustration from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. After graduating, Ken pursued a career as a freelance illustrator/gallery artist. His work has been shown in galleries internationally, as well as in various publications, album art, and tshirt designs. read more

Gerda Steiner & Jörg Lenzlinger

Posted by Fabio 25 July 2012

Gerda Steiner and Jörg Lenzlinger began collaborating in 1997. Their work engages matter in a process of reproduction and creation; they explore the reactions between different kinds of matter within a given space and, by establishing relation­ships between physical, organic, and immaterial elements, produce mutation. read more

The Wizard of Oz experiment

Posted by Fabio 25 July 2012

The Wizard of Oz experiment by artist Dennis Neuschaefer-Rube shows the movie 5,829 times side by side. The movies are arranged in rows from left to right and time shifted by exactly one second each. read more

Art Relay

Posted by Fabio 25 July 2012

To celebrate this year’s Olympics KK Outlet are playing a version of their own and they called it Art Relay. Art Relay is a collaborative project involving artists, designers, musicians and writers from across the world. read more

Kris Martin – Every Day of the Weak

Posted by Fabio 24 July 2012

Belgian artist Kris Martin (b. 1972) today occupies an important and distinct position in contemporary art. In his diverse work, which ranges from installation and sculpture to photography, video and drawing, he loosely refers to literary and art history. read more

Bat For Lashes – The Haunted Man

Posted by Fabio 24 July 2012

First track to be heard from Bat For Lashes’ new album The Haunted Man (released October 15 2012). read more

Going for broke | The unofficial Olympic sculpture

Posted by Fabio 23 July 2012

Everyone knows the broken window theory – that vanadalised windows signal an acceptance of social decline. Not so in Hackney where 312 identically smashed windows are causing passers-by to double take. Nicknamed ‘the Banksy of glass’ by local residents, artist Alex Chinneck is replacing broken factory windows with… broken factory windows. read more