The It’s Alive! project pays tribute to Dr Frankenstein’s monster with 80 busts—each by a different artist—that reinterpret the feared visage.
For weeks and weeks and weeks you lot have been submitting your photos to the Stories of the Eye competition, in the hope that you will win a brand new Olympus PEN and the glory of victory in a VICE photo competition.
Invisible man: Chinese artist Liu Bolin, painted from head-to-toe, stands suitably camouflaged in front of Freedom Tower, where the Twin Towers once stood, in New York. Hiding In New York, his latest exhibition, has just opened at the Eli Klein Gallery in the city.
seeking to reinvent and reinterpret the vernacular architecture of england’s seaside, is ‘dune house’, a holiday home south of thorpeness, suffolk by norwegian practice JVA in collaboration with mole architecture.
a concept by japanese-born, italy-based designer sono mocci, ‘nesting pc virtual tablet’ is a combination tablet and data visualization interface with automatic battery charging and data syncing.
Los Carpinteros are a Havana-based duo consisting of Marco Castillo and Dagoberto Rodríguez. Formed in 1991, originally as a trio that included Alexandre Arrechea until his departure in 2003, the Cuban collective decided to renounce the idea of individual authorship and pay homage to an older tradition of artisans and skilled laborers.
36-year-old Boston-based photographer Diana Lemieux creates beautifully mysterious stories that will leave you with more questions than answers.
Alejandro Cartagena takes photographs in Mexican suburbs that don’t shy away from confronting social and urban issues.
Japanese architect Toyo Ito is known for grand decorative gestures and ?sweeping organic shapes, which makes this small prefab cabin design both fitting and unusual. On the one hand, it certainly stands out … but, on the other hand, it is quite simple and geometric.