When photographer Joey L.’s planned trip to shoot the Maha Shivratri festival in India was postponed, he turned his eye to a festival much closer to home—Halloween in Bushwick, Brooklyn.
James Jean’s art explores themes of decay and renewal, vulnerability and empowerment.
Omote is a collaboration between Japanese artists Nobumichi Asai and Hiroto Kuwahara. The project combines projection mapping and motion tracking to stunning effect.
The Savanna Project is the home and studio of designer Julio Garcia. It is built from two 40-foot shipping containers and elements of wood, steel and concrete.
When photographer Adrain Chesser tested positive for HIV, he knew that he had to break the news to his family and friends somehow.
A sampling of travel photos from the extensive portfolio of Jessica Antola.
These playful and provocative portraits are part of ‘Kesh Angels, an exhibition by Moroccan-born, UK-based artist Hassan Hajjaj.
Ruby is an animated self-portrait by British artist Emma Allen. It explores the idea of rebirth and illustrates the transfer of energy from one incarnation to another. Allen painted this stop frame animation on herself over five 17-hour days, using face paints, a mirror and a camera.
These outlandish characters come courtesy of Lili des Bellons, an illustrator and animator from Paris, France.
Byronic is a series of paintings by Boris Pelcer, created to capture “the dark mysticism of Byronic characters.”
Custom covers for prosthetic limbs—”fairings”—that elevate otherwise utilitarian accoutrements into personalized, wearable art.
Amerigo Gazaway’s latest mash-up is a gorgeous and surprisingly cohesive rework of Marvin Gaye and Yasiin Bey.