I spotted one of Luke Jerram's 30 pianos, but was too shy to play. Pianos occur across London as part of an interactive art project to challenge people to come out of their urban insularity and also to provide some summertime music.
Qaa’im A. Goodwin releases photos of an office calendar entitled T.I.M. A Compositional Calendar System, this piece is made out of wood with what look like stencil-cut numbers to denote the current month and day.
Eric W. Sanderson's Mannahatta Project, an exhaustive study and recreation of the Manhattan ecosystem circa 1609 (the year of Henry Hudson's arrival in Mannahatta), as an exhibition at the Museum of the City of New York.
"What if I were to paint a realistic version of something usually thought of as cute and benign? For no particular reason and maybe several, I chose Charlie Brown." — Tim O'Brien on his submission to MONSTERS, showing now in Santa Monica
Alexis Marcou is a British artist working out of Greece. The fluid and organic nature of his work is achieved through the loosely built figures and the variant in tones that he creates with his unique watercolor-inspired technique.
Kyle Cassidy's latest crowdsource photo project asks what happens when one person controls the camera-buttons of several photographers going about their lives all over the country. The result is the Hive.
Darbotz, Graffiti artist from Jakarta-Indonesia held his solo exhibition inside Geseho Motor Works in Singapore. His Original Cumi spread out over different medium such as Skatedeck, Sculptures, Sketches and Videos. Enjoy!
The Murmur Study is an installation by Christopher Baker that consists of 20 thermal printers that are constantly working and pulling live data from the social networking and micro-blogging website, Twitter.