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A great art combination of Hilarity and Horror illustrations by Monica Cook.
Teamlab exhibits a sea full of screens that resembles ears of rice and true relationship between nature and mankind.
Some rare and spectacular photos of Mickael Jou, doing drifting in air by using his body art.
Teamlab invites all the enthusiasts into the world of floating flowers to interact with each other and tranquilize themselves.
Hula portraits amazing bathing ladies half sub-merged in the isolated water.
Sacha Goldberger merges the modern day heroes and villains with 17th century art and shows a way to discover the melancholy of invincible people.
Sebastian Bieniek portraits the daily routine of double faced girl having different postures.
Scott Scheidly depicts the femininity of Tyrants, popes and dictators on their starkly masculine bodies.
Sebastian Magnani invites the furry friends and merges them within the faces of their owners. He invented a strange breed of cats with different characters.
Bangkok-born and New York-based performance artist Korakrit Arunanondchai held his first solo exhibition “2012-2555” at MOMA PS1 in 2014.
From New York City’s Metropolitan Museum of Art to Galleries Lafayette in Paris, here are this years’ most unique and interesting Christmas trees.
Leah Yerpe’s incredibly realistic and mesmerizing sketches of figures suspended in mid-air are painstakingly drawn with graphite and charcoal.
New York’s Joshua Liner Gallery hosts an exhibition by the famed Japanese artist and master craftsman, Riusuke Fukahori.
Myeongbeom Kim’s surreal installations makes you reflect upon the nature of birth, death and the role of the natural world within our lives.
Visual artist and documentarian Chulayarnnon Siriphol, lives, works and breathes Bangkok.
Controversial activist-artist, Vasan Sitthiket’s paintings highlight power struggles in Thailand and undermine the policies of capitalist western powers.
The Toy House MM01 in São Paulo, Brazil is every grown-up’s and kid’s playground paradise come to life.
Multi-talented Thai artist, Jakkrit Chewapanya ‘Popkapi’ tells us a bit about his subject matter, studio space and the turning point of his artistic career.
Paris-based sculptor Catherine Wilkening discusses her motivations, inspirations and the importance of following your instincts when it comes to making art.