Critically-acclaimed Exhibitionsim - The Rolling Stones open until Sept 4th, & til 9pm Thursdays Fridays & Saturdays
Bangkok-based artist Sunga Park creates dreamy architectural watercolours.
Penao has painted a deranged building facade on the streets of Barcelona
Visual artist Hayden Zezula creates unusual animations that he shares on his Tumblr by the name of Zolloc.
Israeli artist Sigalit Landau submerged an 18th century dress into the Dead Sea where it crystalised with salt.
We love Claude Monet's 'Wheat Stacks (End of Summer)', 1891.
Artist Matt Willey's 'The Good of the Hive Initiative' is his personal project to paint 50,000 bees around the world
Barcelona-based artist Raya Sader Burana explores sports through paper in her ongoing series of paper athletes
Duo Trevor Williams and Jonathan Gallon capture bioluminescent shrimp off the coast of Okayama, Japan.
Artist Ernest Zacharevic playfully interacts with large and small structures of international cities he visits.
Mohammad Domiri documents Iran's natural & architectural treasures. This is the ceiling of Alī Qāpū in Isfahan.
This is the album artwork for the Rolling Stones' Let It Bleed, featuring a cake baked by Delia Smith. #Stonesism
Gustave Caillebotte was born on this day in 1848. This is 'Portraits in the Countryside', 1876.
Eduardo Kobra has painted a 3,000 square meter mural for the Rio Olympics.
Umwelt by Japanese artist Yoshiyuki Katayama depicts a series of flowers blooming in slow motion.
Xavier Portela saturates Tokyo's sidewalks, streets & sights in pink.
Moradavaga have installed Vernie the Giant Squid on the island of São Miguel in Azores
This is Vincent van Gogh's 'Summer Evening, Wheatfield With Setting Sun', 1888.
Tundra Collective has installed the D museum in Seoul with an immersive work made up of thousands of hexagonal cells
BORGMAN | LENK has added architectural pixelation to a Lillebælt Academy in Odense, Denmark.
The world’s first elevated bus has taken its first test drive in China’s Qinhuangdao, Hebei province this week.
Nomad Studio has suspended an aerial garden at the Contemporary Art Museum of Saint Louis.
The Rolling Stones photographed by Anton Corbijn in Toronto, 1994. #Stonesism
UK artist Beccy Riddle surgically peels porcelain layers to reveal the colorful internal workings of ceramic dishes.
Patrick Shearn of Poetic Kinetics has installed a shimmering mylar wave above downtown LA.
Jeweler Secret Wood has been producing miniature cities & landscapes inside the resin of their rings.
Daniel Kordan captured the Uyuni salt flat in South America with a special astrophotography camera
Takumi Kama paints imaginary insects.
Mateo Pizarro’s graphite drawings are scarcely larger than the length of a match.
John William Godward was born on this day in 1861. This is 'The Sweet Siesta Of A Summer Day', 1891.
Street Artist Mathieu Tremblin paints over ugly graffiti to make it legible.
Loris Cecchini liquifies walls of art galleries by turning them into pools of undulating sound waves
Check out Mick and Keith photographed in 1977, photographer unknown. #Stonesism
Andy Warhol was born on this day in 1928. This is 'Marilyn'.
Happy birthday to artist Richard Prince! This is 'Untitled Cowboy', 1989.
Stephen Knapp produces large-scale light installations that he refers to as paintings.
Check out M.C. Escher's 'Drawing Hands', 1948.
Spanish photographer Xavi Bou takes long-exposure photographs of birds in flight.
JR has installed giant athletes interacting with the city of Rio.
LA-based designer Paul Foeckler produces lamps made from wood-gathering trips
Wade calf-deep through teamLab‘s light mapping installation at Tokyo’s Odaiba Minna no YUME-TAIRIKU 2016 festival.
Japanese artist Masayoshi Matsumoto elevates the inflated craft of balloon animals.
A new animation from art director Kouhei Nakama uses physics-based particle animations to explore the human form.
We love 'Yellow-Red-Blue' by Wassily Kandinsky
Jean Dubuffet was born on this day in 1901! This is 'The Beautiful Horned', 1954.
Check out the artwork for the Rolling Stones' Flowers, with Guy Webster photographs & Tom Wilkes graphics #Stonesism
Korean designer Jongha Choi builds furniture that collapses into two-dimensions
'I have forced myself to contradict myself in order to avoid conforming to my own taste.' - Duchamp, #borntoday
We love Octavio Ocampo's 'Kiss of the Sea'.
Levitating clouds are about at Festival des Architectures Vives by Michaël Martins Afonso & Caroline Escaffre-Faure