With some clever camera trickery, artists Lucie & Simon have captured some of the world’s most populated cities completely devoid of any human activity. The result is a series of unimaginable, apocalyptic-like photos – honestly eerie yet incredibly compelling and cool.
These hand painted kimonos by Paris Kain, of Abraxas Rex, have such an exquisite sense of movement to them. Any of these one of a kind pieces would be the perfect dancing companion at Coachella this weekend, wouldn’t you agree?
I always look forward to Diana‘s mashups. Her most recent series brilliantly combines jungle-like prints spotted on the streets with paintings by the likes of Cezanne & Rousseau. Love. Check out the rest over at Miss Moss!
Last month, Tilda Swinton and director Apichatpong Weerasethakul curated one of the newest, and possibly the coolest, film festivals in Yao Noi, Thailand. Four days full of film screenings and workshops brought artists, actors, designers, and journalists together at Film on the Rocks. Waris Ahluwalia of House of Waris held a Batik dyeing workshop. Moviegoers were delivered by boat to a floating movie theater, made of recycled materials, to watch the original Peter Pan from 1924. I mean, honestly . . . WTF.