• Spencer Tunick for the 2012 Munich Opera Festival
  • Posted 28 months ago by Jack Lowe · Art & Design · 5105 Views
  • To open the 2012 Opera Festival in Munich, American installation artist Spencer Tunick gathered over a thousand naked volunteers, each painted either red or gold, and took them to several locations around the German city and recreated scenes from Richard Wagner's opera Der Ring des Nibelungen.

    Tunick is famous for his nude site-specific artworks which often use vast numbers of people and never fail to catch the media's attention. "I'm very interested in the history of the city, the close links with Richard Wagner's work, but also the dark chapters of the city's history and the building structures from the Nazi era," the artist said.


    • His work is incredible.
    • Marlon Posted 28 months ago · 24 Reply
  • W'HAPPEN Magazine
  • 28 months ago · Art & Design · 2 Comments · 5656 Views
  • After originally being published in the 1990s, Antenne Books and Levi's (who paid for it to be printed the first time around) have re-released the first issue of cutting edge photography magazine W'HAPPEN. Edited by Jason Evans, the magazine features the early work of photographers...
  • Video: Beirut - The Rip Tide
  • 28 months ago · music · 1 Comment · 4330 Views
  • Fresh from American band Beirut comes the video for song "The Rip Tide" which comes from the album of the same name and was directed by Houmam Abdallah. The visuals follow a sail boat at sea, which is hit by some rather strange (and beautiful) looking weather. Watch above!
  • Milan Fashion Week: Vivienne Westwood
  • 28 months ago · culture · 2 Comments · 1974 Views
  • Now that Milan Fashion Week has started, you can prepare yourself for an onslaught of new collection posts on HUH. First up is British designer Vivienne Westwood's Spring/Summer 2013 men's collection which is an interesting mix of avante garde and traditional design, with pastel...
  • Music Video Monday
  • 28 months ago · music · 1 Comment · 2240 Views
  • Taking a rare step aside from our staple MVM post this week to allow our friends at Leefest to pick the videos. Here are five videos from acts that will be gracing their various stages next weekend in Highams Hill Farm, Bromley; coming from Mystery Jets, Summer Camp, Foe, Fever Fever...