Ali and Nino (Man and Woman) is a monument erected in Batumi, Georgia designed by Tamara Kvesitadze, one of the famous Georgian artist. It is a 7-meter steel sculpture of a man and a woman moving toward each other and merging into one piece every 10 minutes. Read more info ➔ here
➔ Jacob Hashimoto (born 1973, Greeley, Colorado, USA) is an artist based in New York. Drawing on his Japanese heritage, he creates light three-dimensional structures such as wall hangings comprising thousands of miniature “kites”: bamboo-stiffened rice paper hexagons suspended with nylon fishing line. (➔ wiki) _ Index images 001-005 Skyfarm Fortress, Mary Boone Gallery 2014
The Crash Billboard, a brilliant campaign targeting pedestrians created by the Agency Serviceplan France and the French road safety authority DRIEA (Direction Régionale et Interdépartementale de l’Equipement et l’Aménagement). It would be nice if this campaign will be implemented in other countries too. Read more: ➔ serviceplan.com
Arne Quinze was born in 1971 in Belgium and lives and works in Sint-Martens-Latem, Belgium and Shanghai, China. In the eighties he began working as a graffiti artist but he never finished an official art education. Quinze creates large and small sculptures, drawings, paintings, and large-scale installations. (source: ➔ arnequinze.com)
Martin Whatson (b. 1984) is a Norwegian born and based stencil artist. While studying Art and Graphic design at Westerdals School of Communication, Oslo, he discovered stencils and the urban art scene. After following graffiti and its development, he started his own stencil production 10 years ago in the winter of 2004. excerpt from http://martinwhatson.com
➔ Tarsila Schubert (1987) Born in Brazil. Visual artist, she develops her paintings inspired by music, nature, spirituality, science, philosophy and popular culture. Paintings, drawings, illustrations, animations and murals are the ways that the artist uses to express her creativity.