• Rubber Sculptures by Ai Weiwei and Eric So
  • Posted 19 months ago by staff · Art & Design · 2990 Views
  • The celebrated and often controversial Chinese activist and artist Ai Weiwei has teamed up with Hong Kong-based toy designer Eric So to create a series of giant rubber sculptures for the Singapore Museum of Art and Design's booth at Art Stage Singapore. Entitled "Aibodao" (which means "Unloveable" in Chinese), the series refers to the artist's nude studio portrait which features four women and the artist naked, causing it to be deemed "pornography" by the Beijing government.

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  • Nike Flyknit HTM Chukka
  • 19 months ago · style · 1 Comment · 7438 Views
  • In follow up to their hugely successful Flyknit Lunar 1, Nike have re-imagined the Flyknit crafted running and lifestyle show as a chukka boot. Made as a collaboration between Japanese producer and designer Hiroshi Fujiwara, Nike design legend Tinker Hatfield and Nike CEO Mark Parker,...
  • Video: This Is Peter
  • 19 months ago · Art & Design · 1 Comment · 5259 Views
  • The sixth installment in the 10th anniversary video series from French surf, snow, and skate magazine Desillusion focusses on legendary snowboarder Peter Line. Having won four Winter X Games medals, it is well known within the sport that Peter Line is one of the forefathers of modern...
  • Video: The Knife - Full Of Fire
  • 19 months ago · music · 2 Comments · 6325 Views
  • Swedish duo The Knife have revealed the official video for "Full of Fire" - the lead track from their upcoming album Shaking The Habitual. Directed by Stockholm-based artist Marit Östberg, the nine-minute-long short focusses on images of queer bodies and sexualities and sees her...