MEHDI GHADYANLOO'S "PERCEPTION"
Howard Griffin Gallery is currently setting up “Perception,” the debut London solo show of Iranian painter and muralist Medhi Ghadyanloo. For this show, the artist will create a full-scale sculptural installation at the gallery space and exhibit a new body of work that is loaded with symbolism.
If you notice that you're being observed by a suspect individual, make gestures that simulates you're communicating with someone from a distance. It might work.
ART USING COFFEE CUP STAINS
Drawings of motorcycles by artist Carter Asmann, using the stains left by coffee cups.
It is a showcase of Australia’s diverse street fashion and street style scene. It’s about the Aussies, and how they dress out in public. Nothing more, nothing less.
THE PHOTOGRAPHY OF ANDREW B. MYERS
Andrew B. Myers, a photographer based in Toronto, grew up in the countryside drawing but it wasn’t until he was in Ryerson University where he developed his particular photographic style. Carefully arranged objects with loads of negative space in between, his photographs evoke postmodern portfolios.
Looking towards a more somber future, the March 2015 issue of W Magazine puts the spotlight apocalyptic fashions with a sci-fi twist with this fashion editorial starring Sasha Pivovarova and Natalie Westling.
FRANK KORTAN'S SURREAL PAINTINGS
Originally from Prague, Frank Kortan began his career as a musician before moving to Germany and making the switch to painting in the 1990s. His work is surrealist in the traditional sense of the word. He mixes symbolism to brew strange concoctions of imagery that represents the chaotic milieu of the subconscious.
NEW YORK FASHION WEEK STREET STYLE REPORT
As New York Fashion Week continues, creative forms of menswear seem to have trumped the industry’s previous knack for sportswear, so prevalent in recent seasons. Crossover fashion-athletic brands, however, continued to have a strong presence with those in attendance sporting pieces from Y-3 and Stone Island.
RIO FROM ABOVE
In Rio de Janeiro, sports are life and life is not a spectator sport. Little playing fields steal back space from the asphalt and traffic circles, defying cars and buildings alike. They creep in amongst the steep and winding streets and are sketched into the golden sands that have made this city immortal.
AMAZINGLY HYPERREALISTIC DRAWINGS CREATED DIRECTLY ON WOOD
Using pencils and pastels, Singapore-based artist Ivan Hoo produces amazingly hyperrealistic illustrations drawn directly on the surface of wood. The impressive works are filled with mind-boggling details that look incredibly realistic.