We started the week with works of art, as the latest pieces by guest artists were unveiled at our London HQ. Here you can see Jon Bentley’s intricate oil paintings that play on the traditional children’s learning books Peter and Jane, offering a bizarre and often surreal dialogue to accompany the reassuringly quintessential scenes.
Robert Davidovitz weaves with paint to create these wonderful works of art
Childlike scribble prints at Dior Homme
Bright day glow colours contribute to the 80s Pop Art look at the DSquared show today
Olaf Breuning spins wheels of colour to produce these beautiful blurs
It’s hard to believe, but this is actually an oil painting by the infinitely talented artist Yrjö Edelmann
American Apparel collaborates with artist Peter Max known for his cosmic 60s art style. Available now for both kids and adults, click HERE
First major show in the US of one of Brazil’s leading contemporary photographers, Caio Reisewitz, opens May 16 at ICP in New York.
Don’t miss Reed Anderson at the Pierogi Gallery in Williamsburg, Brooklyn (Last week-on until 27th April)
Another gem from the Whitney Biennial in New York. Great inspiration is found throughout the city by Fiona Coleman, WGSN’s Global Head of Colour. Subscribers can look forward to several upcoming photo files!
Image credit: Untitled, 2013 by Etel Adnan