Author Archives: pipwonder
Photographer Horst Wackerbarth recently introduced a pack of lions at Duisburg Zoo in Germany to a lovely red couch. That couch, as you can see in the video above, gets torn to pieces by these huge cats who obviously just … Continue reading
Peter Root creates amazing cityscapes using just staples and glue. “Stacks of staples were broken into varying sizes from full stacks about 12cm high down to single staples. These stacks were then stood up and arranged over a period of … Continue reading
Artist and surfer Jim Denevan has taken the sand writing to a whole new level. He uses a simple driftwood stick to create large-scale beach drawings that is mostly geometric circles and shapes.
A new Banksy throw-up was found on La Brea & 4th and comes to us as he prepares for the premiere of his documentary, Exit Through The Gift Shop, in New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. The below pic is … Continue reading
Los Angeles based artist Patrick Martinez creates large-scale paintings that are influenced by hip-hop and graffiti. With his knack for street art and an urban style, he has worked with brands like Upper Playground, Stussy, Nike, Adidas, Undefeated and many more. … Continue reading
Sten & Lex developed this technique to make Poster Stencil art. First they make the stencils and paste them on a panel of wood as a poster. Then they paint the whole board black, when it’s dry they remove the … Continue reading
Dela, a producer from Montréal is a big fan of Robert Glasper, just like the rest of us. He was so impressed by Glaspers music that he put together a “beat tape”. The Robert Glasper Beattape is up for free download. … Continue reading
The Chinese artist Cai Guo-Qiang uses gunpowder to draw on paper. He was the originator of fires of artifices of the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games of China, and many settings in scenes questioning the violence of the contemporary world.