We’re not going to Miami Art Basel, but we’re already stressed out for those of you who are. Here’s a list of the artists we think you should check out while you’re there.
Oakley and Monster Children presented an exclusive gallery of images last night at Oakley’s Sydney #InResidence. See Atiba Jefferson’s photos and Brett Chan’s skate-able sculptures here.
Todd Francis has just dropped the ‘Dirty Dozen’ painting collection. If you’re a fan of Francis and his feathered friends, you’re in for a real treat.
Monster Children in association with Budweiser are proud to present LAND’s first ever show in Australia. We caught up with the Texan artists in Austin to discuss the upcoming show and their work.
Artist Kylea Borges is a master of collage. She makes naturalistic yet otherworldly works of art that transport you to a fantastic alt reality, complete with kaleidoscopic patterns and cobras. See her work here.
7 years after his last exhibition at San Francisco’s Ratio 3 gallery, artist Barry McGee unveiled his China Boo show over the weekend. See works from the exhib here.
Jacob Vanden Berge is an illustrator and painter who has a knack for depicting the finer things in life, like nipples, feet, and kisses.
Booooooom challenged artist Luke Ramsey to continuously draw characters without stopping for a second to think about what he was creating, and the results are pretty incredible.
As a child, Argentinian painter Victoria Baraga would spend many hours of observing ants. Twenty years later, she has the same sense of curiosity: observing, experimenting and examining how things function.
Slap on your SPF 90+ and head over to Banjo McLachlan’s photo exhibition this week.
Montgomery takes the best bits from religion and spirituality and puts them into one epic sculpture. It just mean he’s had to break old Mary’s face in to do it.
Artist Jeff McMillan made a whole new sport, with imagined rules, teams, uniforms, and even mascots for his outrageous Prigus Sport exhibition.
Hula AKA Sean Yoro has discovered a way to combine his three loves: surfing, art, and the ocean. The result is a series of large-scale portraits that appear to be rising out from the water below.
This weekend at the Nook Gallery, Mornington, our pals at Rhythm, who’ve teamed up with our other pals at The Snake Hole, will be launching their joint exhibition ‘Paper T’.
Artist Evan Hecox made us a desert themed playlist. So sit back, relax, and let the arid air surround you. An oasis will be appearing shortly.
Tomorrow night, RVCA artist Kevin Ancell opens his first solo exhibition in many years. We visited his studio to get the low down on his new work. Watch the video here.
To be clear, there is no such thing as ‘International Mung Day,’ (we hope) but for the sake of thoroughly disgusting you and making you wish you hadn’t read this–Happy International Mung Day!
Stephano Cerio lives and works in Rome and Paris. His “Chinese Fun” series is a collection of images of Chinese theme parks and other summer hot spots in the off-season.
Are your eyes looking for a good feed this weekend? If you’re in LA, there’s plenty for them to feast on.
Simon paints without the use of any brushes. In fact, he is using old twisted credit cards. See his work here.