In the eerie 75-mile stretch of desert between Capital Reef and Goblin Valley, Utah, professional rally car driver Ken Block—who is also the co-founder of DC Shoes—sends engulfing dust clouds swirling through the jagged landscape.
The graffiti community has once again lost another participant who had known in the streets as 2Buk or 2Buck.
Jun Hao Ong has created a massive, LED light, site-specific installation, titled The Star, on a four-story cement building for the 2015 Urban Xchange public art festival in Penang, Malaysia.
Neil Krug portrays model Ainsley Burke in a collection of light leaked, double exposed photographs which are guaranteed to satisfy any subconscious desire you might have had for seventies-inspired imagery as of late.
We are really enjoying the new work of Sergei Isupov, a ceramic artist born in Russia and currently living in Virginia.
Artist Asif Farooq is making a paper airplane, but one far from the kind folded by a bored child and thrown to glide softly through a classroom.
That time David Bowie released a new track called “Blackstar” and creeped us out in the music video. That time was right now.
Vans Syndicate celebrates its 10-year anniversary twith a retrospective installation at the renowned Known Gallery.
The art world too global for you? Each week, Interview highlights in pictures the shows you’d want to see—if you could jetset from one international hub to the next.