The digital age may be racing ahead, but there is no reason why art cannot keep up. While the internet is stockpiling images of smug selfies and cutesy cats, meet the artist who is finding his way via his iPad.
Trends come and go, some become engrained into our everyday lives, but some entrepreneurs don't let the dust settle before they innovate and improve. Meet the Belgians who took the laundrette cafe to a whole new level.
In an era when technology rules and progress is king, old artistic methods are often left to die out as more efficient techniques take over. Some inhabitants of the Eternal City are, however, of the mind that new doesn’t necessarily mean better.
Pussy Riot claimed worldwide fame after their stunt in a cathedral in Moscow in the beginning of 2012. But less known is the fact that the group is sprung from an even more radical russian art group, Voina.
Struggling with mental ill health since her early teens, twenty-year-old Londoner Ruby Elliot, AKA RubyEtc, has cultivated her own artistic method of therapy to help herself and others to heal. All the evidence is there that she's been...
As co-owner of Aesthetic Apparatus, a small but wide-reaching design studio in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Dan Ibarra is not simply a designer. He is also a practitioner of a once-outdated art that is experiencing a resurgence – screen-printing.