Keeping up our Halloween traditional of making a short film to celebrate the hallowed souls, we bring you “Pony and The Microwave”.
Lola wrote the story of “Pony and the Microwave” when she was just three years old, and now – thanks to the Songify app, it’s the next big alternative electro-pop sensation. It’s also a little bit freaky but also super cute. Magical lyrics that only a kid could scribe.
Halloween wouldn’t be the same with an intoxicating dose of our favourite lowbrow, street artists – D*Face.
Metro Gallery is excited to present D*Face’s first solo exhibition with the Gallery. The London street artist, known for his fluorescent prints, dark portraits, and interpretations of popular culture, has presented numerous sell-out exhibitions around the globe.
StolenSpace presents… the eagerly-awaited debut solo show by Mysterious Al – The Doomsday Papers.
Mysterious Al’s striking, satirical and often dark artwork has long commanded an underground, yet global cult following with avid collectors rabid for his latest creations. Known for his iconic gothic eyed creatures, monsters, mutants and sub-humans…
Vannen goes (extra) large for Valentine’s Day this year with the blood curdling Luke Chueh XL Edition – Bloody Valentine.
Released today, Bloody Valentine is the second in the new generation of cult collectible artist watches, Vannen XL. Luke Chueh’s chilling yet epic “Bloody Valentine” will no doubt resonate with fans and collectors alike.
The Museum of Everything returns with Exhibition #3 – an entirely new assembly of creations, artefacts and ephemera by the unknown artists of society.
Created and curated with legendary pop artist and collector, Sir Peter Blake, Exhibition #3 takes the form of a giant temporary artwork inside the museum’s original Primrose Hill space, featuring some of Peter’s latest discoveries as well as a never-before-seen recreation of Walter Potter’s taxidermy museum.
New Release: Alex Pardee x Vannen Limited Edition Artist Watch exclusively at ZeroFriends, NYC.
This Saturday, ZeroFriends and Vannen Watches bring you a new limited edition artist watch by Alex Pardee. Exclusively available at the ZeroFriends store located at 437 East 9th St., New York, NY 10009. Only 40 of these collectible artist watches exist in the entire galaxy!
Horror Pop Surrealism, hells yeah.
Halloween is the ultimate excuse to indulge in all things horror. Paradoxically, for someone who can no longer feast on horror films, the gut wrenching vivid nightmares that inevitably ensue have seen these days (and nights) go into premature retirement, I simply cannot get enough of horror art.
Memento mori… to die for?!
In true Damien Hirst style, his latest series of painted skulls offer a contemporary, daring and unique twist on the subject of death – comedy. Bright, colourful and lighthearted in appearance, the skulls are as engaging as they are inspiring, seemingly the concept of death becomes more accessible, less intimidating.
Pinocchio, a graphic art novel for adults.
Bandes dessinées as it is known to our francophile friends, or graphic art novels to the rest of us, is an incredibly popular scene in France but (sadly) not so widely appreciated here on home turf. Having (mis)spent this summer lounging around in the south of France, I took the opportunity to scout out more about the scene and I fell in love… with Pinocchio!