Content from original post
The second best thing about Bao (after its buns) is its humorous and eclectic visual identity, the vision of its creative polymath founders Shing, Erchen and Wai Ting.
Somerset House Exchange is a new shared workspace inside one of London's most iconic riverside buildings, giving 200 desks to freelancers and small businesses in the creative sector who embrace innovation, collaboration and diversity in their practice.
Digital artist Bob Bicknell-Knight offers up a primer on how the complex digital-art industry operates, from how practitioners can monetise their work to how collectors should behave when buying a digital artwork.
Born and raised in Sweden, Simone has been building things since she was a child. Today, she runs a YouTube channel with nearly 2 million subscribers who eagerly anticipate her next “shitty robot”. We caught up with Simone to chat making things fail on purpose, getting bored and undergoing treatment for two brain tumours online.
This autumn, Coal Drops Yard in King’s Cross has some colourful new residents. Created by It’s Nice That, Double Take is designed to get visitors to look twice and discover something new about the area. We chat to the team behind the project to find out how they created an installation to stop shoppers in their tracks.
Los Angeles-based painter Nick McPhail creates illustrative, layered paintings that feature landscapes and architectural elements, using a colour palette of cool pastel and bright neon tones in combination with Renaissance layering techniques.
In anticipation of Tomorrowland’s 15th anniversary, the Belgium-based festival commissioned Danish artist Thomas Dambo (previously) to build seven of his world-renowned trolls throughout the De Schoore area in Boom. Like his previous installations in Copenhagen, South Korea, and northern Illin