Hidden within every photograph is Chinese artist Liu Bolin. With a team of two assistants Bolin spends hours painting himself into the background to appear invisible. His work deals with concepts of identity and the influence an environment has on an individual.
Belgian artist Wim Delvoye transforms old tires into intricate hand carved sculptures. Influenced by eastern ornamentalism, these works of art give new meaning to the notions of industrialization and the evolution of our aesthetic culture.
Guy Yanai’s first book “FIRST WE FEEL THEN WE FALL” mixes photography, drawing, and painting in the elaboration of a unique visual language.The book is encased is a black plexi and laser etched box that contains a unique drawing by the artist. Unifying art, design and content this publication is a proud addition to Sternthal Books, an art book publishing company devoted to making political picture books that fuse images and aesthetics to examine current global issues from an artistic perspective. To purchase or inquire about the book: firstname.lastname@example.org
The power of this image resonates on many levels. At first glance it’s quite beautiful, the United States illuminated through energy and human existence. Upon deeper inspection it reveals the locations of all the McDonald’s across the U.S. This world is besieged by a corporate maze of consumption. Our lives are heavily influenced by all that surrounds us. It is a continuous challenge to fight complacency and seek out a more natural existence.
"In the future, everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes."
This well known prophesy by Andy Warhol perfectly sums up the world we live in. With the advent of social media platforms and reality TV, fame is now accessible to all who desire it. Warhol was not only an artistic revolutionary, he was also a cultural phenomenon and part of a select few of artists who bridged the gap from artist to philosopher.