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Latest Entries Tuesday, October 13th 2015

With a new full-length rocktronica album scheduled for release in March 2013, new DJ music coming and an official remix of the The Doors – Waiting For The Sun, the group plans to have a very busy upcoming year.

Ranging from an armored gauntlet in a First World War poster by Ludwig Hohlwein to glistening talons advertising Japanese nail polish in the 1980s, the disembodied hands in this exhibition salute, menace, manipulate, and caress.

Explore New York City through Carsten Witte’s lens: a stunning set showcasing the architectural photographs taken by Carsten Witte of New York City.

Riccardo Tisci will continue his reign at Givenchy. Givenchy extended Tisci’s contract for another three years showing faith in the creative director’s vision, designs, and business plans.

Jose Guizar has put together a new creative project titled “Windows of New York”, a weekly fix of an obsession that has been developed by the designer since he was put in our town.

From Säynätsalo Town hall in Finland to The Pierres Vives building in Montpellier, France. This is the ABC of Architects.

A full lash is a rare sight on the runway, but this season’s full drama paved the way for flirty fringe that was adventurous and chic.

old brows are usually a Springtime favorite, a touch of mild masculinity paired with glowing feminine skin is a duo that is a classic heart stopper that never goes out of style.

SFMOMA will present an off-site exhibition throughout the downtown commercial core of Los Altos, a town located in the heart of Silicon Valley. Featured artists include Jeremy Blake, Spencer Finch, Charles Garoian, Christian Jankowski, Chris Johanson, Mike Mills, Kateřina Ŝedá, Alec Soth, and Jessica Stockholder.

Silence, a landscape photo series captured by Claire Droppert. This breathtaking project aims to express simplicity and minimalism and was shot around the world from locations such as Paxos, Greece and Montejaque, Spain.

Mocci’s work spans from illustration to graphic design. Her work is influenced by minimalism of black and white as well as the “chaotic beauty and mystery of the universe.”

Menswear can be very tricky. Walking a fine line of pushing the design creatively enough while still remaining functional enough to make people want to buy and wear the clothes.

Photographed by the very talented Jakob Wagner, “Above Gobi” is a breathtaking series shot at Gobi Desert, China and Mongolia throughout 2013.

The Ocean – where Saturday, Monday’s dramatic strings over minimal techno is paired with Julia’s poetry and haunting vocals – tells a dark, sublime tale off love lost.

Nicholas Kirkwood becomes first accessories designer to win the award.

Emporio Armani managed to create a not-so-future futuristic look Fall. Managing to strike an almost unfathomable mix of pragmatism with a hint of the future, the pieces utilize a mix of textures, sheens, and colors.

The book tells a fascinating story in this lavishly illustrated, slipcase volume, revealing the artistic, social, and historical events that created and surrounded the incredible artistic flowering of the now mythical Montparnasse neighborhood.

In less than a week Rehs Contemporary Galleries will open its doors to premiere “THE BIG GAMBLE”, a gallery exhibition featuring talents from the Ani Art Academies.

For her third haute couture show, Donatella Versace strikes an unprecedented chord: luxurious daywear – front and center.

Fabien Castanier Gallery is proud to present All You Can Eat, solo exhibition by Tilt.

Earth tones ruled the runway for Fendi’s Fall outing in a massive turnaround from the futuristic vibe of its previous collection.

This awesome illustrated and pretty educational activity book follows Gramps and Kiddo on an amazing journey through the history of graphic design.

In this weeks artist spotlight we focus on Canadian graphic designer & illustrator Amanda Mocci.

Portraits of Andy Warhol by Richard Avedon, August 20th, 1969. This artwork is currently on display at The Art Institute of Chicago.

The weather may not have been in Marc Jacob’s favor, but that didn’t stop him from mounting what would be New York Fashion Week’s piece de resistance.