The Dairy Art Centre (London) is currently hosting “Island”, an exhibition curated by Sarina Basta. It inspired by Aldous Huxley’s novel, a utopian version and counterpart to the Brave New World. Here are some interesting art works I spotted there! Island is running till December 8th, 2013. Wed.-Fr. 10AM-5PM and Sat. & Sun. 11AM to […]

Beirut Art Fair 2013

In case you missed the 2013 edition of the Beirut Art Fair that took place between the 19th and 22nd of September 2013 at BIEL here is a quick selection of the works I liked the most. Shadow Art by Bassam Al Selawi – Abu Dhabi Art Hub B For Beirut by Gilbert Debs & […]

The Lonely Arts Club

It all started when Adam decided to publish a graphical book about the end of the world. However, the writer realized he would need a skillful illustrator and that’s why he discussed that with his to friends Carl (developer) and James (writer). The three of them realized that it would be nice to create gatherings […]

Yekaterinburg is the fourth biggest Russian city in terms of population and it has a very poor quality of roads. Citizens and local media often complain about road holes but it has never shown efficiency. Ura.ru a local website decided to push it further and got street art artists to paint the faces of the governor, the mayor and the vice mayor of the city on three different potholes. A campaign that turned out to be efficient, getting politicians to actually solve that issue.