Diana 'Didi' Rojas is the Brooklyn artist behind the giant ceramic Balenciaga, Vetements, and Nike trainers. Her art has caught the attention of Adidas and she's a refreshing addition to the world of high fashion. We find out what inspired her to create these shoes and how the process she has to follow.
Daniel Szalai visualizes a story about technology, man’s relation to nature and how human existence might not be too far away from that of a mass-produced chicken. With corporations now micro-chipping employees, should we be worried?
Art is meant to be intriguing and draw a reaction. It’s true that something can be considered art just from it being labeled as such or a credible figure saying as much. But art is also meant to draw emotion and make you think, that's the sensation you get from Tishk Barzanji's work. Read more
Punk as a sub-culture has had an incredibly diverse, long-lasting and hugely influential impact on music and fashion. Born in the early 70's from a rejection of societal norms, the movement soon became big-business. We take a look at the trajectory of this cultural underdog and its stylistic re-appropriation. Read more
Mocking the Donald Trump's relationship with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un is some his more signature work. Tony Futura also fictionalizing how Facebook is a modern day Bible, savagely outlines society’s determination for instant gratification on social media, plus the dominance of conglomerates such as McDonald's and H&M in Western consumer culture. Tony's artworks make you stop and question what humans have become in modern society. Read more
Today's brands are many things, including creative platforms that pose between playful and professional pillars. They stir emotion and draw inspiration from everywhere, yes they boost sales but also allow us to celebrate diversity and break the glass-ceilings of the past. We look at the charities raising the branding bar. Read more