Distorted American Flag Sculptures for a Distorted America

Each year around the fourth of July, we try to introduce you to some sort of creative form of patriotism and this year is no different. Meet artist Paul Rousso, an American artist based in North Carolina who combines realism with abstraction in his oversized sculpted representations of everything from candy wrappers to cigarette packs. But since today is July 4th we are sharing with you his series of distorted American Flags, hand sculpted of styrene or acrylic. Read more

Richard Woods “Wooden” Swimming Pool At Albion Barn

Pool by Richard Woods

As part of Albion Barn’s current exhibition, Living With Art, renowned British artist and designer Richard Woods created a fantastical swimming pool for the installation using his iconic ‘wood’ pattern on ceramic tiles. Read more

Ben Frost Mixes Drugs and Art With His Painted Pharmaceutical Packages.

Kids on Ritalin Aerosol stencil on board 40 inches x 40 inches

Last time I introduced you to the work of Australian pop artist Ben Frost it was to share with you his fabulous hand painted McDonalds french fry containers. Now he’s added to his repertoire by painting directly on pharmaceutical packaging – as well as new large scale paintings and giclées on the same theme. Read more

Bugaboo + Andy Warhol For The Pop Art-Loving Baby

andy warhol bugaboo banana hero IIHIH

Baby stroller company Bugaboo has collaborated with the Andy Warhol Foundation again, this time creating a stoller that utilizes a textile from Warhol’s iconic print created in 1966 that was chosen to adorn the first album cover of The Velvet Underground and Nico. Read more

Body Painting Artist Emma Hack Goes Pop!

pop art body painting

This is my third post on the jaw-dropping work of Australian body artist, Emma Hack . Read more

Creative License. Comparing Michael Kalish’s Works With The Original Art That Inspired Him.

a composite of Banksy’s Flower Thrower with license plate version by Michael Kalish

There are actually several artists out who have found creative ways to “up-cycle” license plates from automobiles. One of the most respected and well-known, is artist Michael Kalish. Read more