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KAWS Launches Mailing List To Get ‘Blush’ Companion

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KAWS revealed a new set of limited edition companion figures earlier this year, coming in full body and flayed iterations. After making it available at the “Where the End Starts” exhibition at the Yuz Museum in Shanghai. KAWS will be letting interested fans sign up

This Artist Imagines What Self-Driving Cars Would Look Like In 2030

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Self driving and electric cars are universally agreed to be the future of transport. We have decades of sci-fi telling us what that might look like but lately we’re seeing growth that’s making all of those visions seem dated. Luckily we have artists like Barcelona’s Omar Alfarra

KAWS Reveals New “Blush” Companion Figurine

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Today, KAWS has revealed a new limited ‘Blush’ companion figure while at it his ‘Where the End Starts’ exhibition. The museum Instagram post states that the figurines will be releasing starting April 18th at the Yuz store. KAWS also announced that the figurine’s will be available

Your Favorite Iconic Logos Get Mashed Up

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London graphic designer Reilly has took some of the most iconic logos of today and mixed and matched them up with each other. “I’m just trying to get people to look at things differently,” he told AnOther. “We see these symbols every day, so frequently

Watch A KAWS Companion Figure Get Made Out Of A Peanut

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Steve Casino, Painter of Nuts has released an interesting video of him turning a peanut into a KAWS Companion figure where the project took over 20 hours to finish. Casino began removing the nuts from the shells and starting sealing the shell with an archival

Banksy Opens Up A Hotel & Returns To Instagram

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Notorious British street artist Banksy has just launched his latest project – a hotel in Bethlehem located just by the barrier wall which separates Israel from Palestinian territories. It’s appropriately named “The Walled Off Hotel”. The Guardian got an exclusive first look and journalist Emma

Adobe Gives Advice On What Makes A Great Logo

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Nike, Apple, FedEx – all these companies have arguably the best and most recognisable logos in the world, but what exactly is it that makes their identities so strong? To help budding designers recreate simple yet memorable logos like these, Adobe has shared an online

Frank Gehry Is Set to Teach an Online Course on Architecture & Design

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Initially established in 2015 to  “give anyone the ability to gain the wisdom and knowledge of the world’s best creators, online teaching platform MasterClass has offered everything from Hans Zimmer-taught film scoring to a Shonda Rhimes class on writing for television and even cooking lessons from

Watch Every ‘The New York Times’ Front Page Since 1852

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Digital artist Josh Begley has released a hypnotic visual on Vimeo that features every front page of The New York Times since 1852 that stretches just over 55 seconds with 45 front pages being displayed on screen together for a fraction of a second. It’s crazy how

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