So happy that David Shrigley’s been nominated for a Turner Prize, who said art can’t be funny!
Hidden away in the lower desert of Southern California, Salvation Mountain is an inspiring religious art installation. WGSN subscribers click for more images
Vinyl Singles Today: Current Hits with a Vintage Look The Retro/Vintage Hype is not only currently happening in photography, but also in the music industry. Was it not beautiful when you could hold a vinyl record with a beautifully designed album cover in your hands?
Look whats just landed on the Print & Graphics teams desk! It’s a stick-up focuses on the increasing popular form of street art: the wheat paste-up. With work from 20 top global artists and posters to tear out and paste up this is a must for anyone interested in this medium of street art.
We managed to catch the lovely @katyperry again today at #coachella along with our friend @miamoretti #streetstyle #wgsnroadtrip
We visited the colourful Salvation Mountain yesterday and can’t wait to do our photo file from all our images #salvationmountain
Fantasy landscape photography by Richard Mosse. Created using a rare technique produced by kodak aerochrome, a product developed for military use in the detection of aerial bombing targets in the late 1960s, the medium was appropriated in artwork for rock musicians like the grateful dead or jimi hendrix, setting the tone for the sublime psychedelic aesthetic of the time.
We love UK DJ/producer Redlight’s new video for his forthcoming track Switch It off. Shot in the South of France, the video follows a lone runner trekking the urban streets. #SwitchItOff
Beautiful shot of an 18-year-old Matthew Williamson on ’s Instagram as part of his campaign - showcasing inspirations from around the world in the build up to his own launch on the social platform from April 1.
The #CitybyCity team is still deep in Bowie fever since the opening of David Bowie is at the V&A on Saturday. Here’s our favourite video of the man himself singing Heroes in 1977 - we love the stark lighting and bronze eyeshadow.
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