Blue Angel Vodka wanted to know what would happen if five of their favorite directors had the exact same creative brief and budget to make a video showcasing their own unique vision of how to make a BAM aka Blue Angel Martini.
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SA Studios orchestrated a true meeting of the minds when it introduced Machete star Danny Trejo to world-renowned visual artist David Choe. Inspired by Danny’s iconic face, David Choe crafted original poster art based on Machete as a tribute.
Tomokazu Matsuyama’s work — mostly acrylics on canvas or paper — has a sense of intrigue, mystery and secrecy that draws the viewer in and demands a further look. There is also a feel of lightness, floating and movement that seems to suggest fleeting glimpses of something impermanent.
Guido Mocafico has photographed a collection of guns from government-issued Colt handguns to the complex HK shown above. On a death black background, Mocafico strips down the viewers perspective on weapons and issues these forms as basic as they can be.
Check out a behind the scenes look at the collaboration between Paul Rodriguez and Don Pendleton for the Green Label Art: Shop Series.
Bay Area-based artist Apex shows an upcoming collaborative project involving Montana Colors and Black Scale. A behind-the-scenes look involves the creative process behind Apex’s work which will be displayed at the Black Scale flagship store in San Francisco.
Enough with the rainbows and flowers – it’s time for guns and missles! This is the true power of light painting: every weapon at your fingertips.
About 2 months ago, Booooooom launched their 10th creative project titled “Small Victories”. Celebrating the candid and unforeseen circumstances that play out each day, the user-driven project involved people sending in 4 x 6 submissions of photographs that represented the little moments that make life worth living.
CHILDREN OF ENLIGHTENMENT is a revolutionary documentary that aims to become the chronicle of a generation – namely, young Japanese people, who are in the process of leading their country into a creative renaissance.
A 1932 painting by Pablo Picasso sold on Tuesday night in New York for 106.5 million dollars, a new world record auction price for a work of art, Christie’s announced.