Juxtapoz Magazine - KAWS “Where The End Starts” @ Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
As we previously informed, on October 20the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth opened their 2nd, long awaited exhibition by Brian Donnelly aka KAWS. Alon...
Style Hero: KAWS
All Brian Donnelly aka KAWS want to do is make art he likes. Call that selfish, call it self absorbed or call it really brave to not give a shit about what anyone thinks or says...... to not give a shit about potential lawsuits from corporations/brands he's dissing in his acerbic and thought provoking work. What he's so good at doing is bringing in an intelligent conversation reworking familiar icons like Mickey Mouse, Michelin Man, The Simpsons and Smurfs into a iconic and modern platform…
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Kaws Companion Black Open Edition 2016
The Kaws Companion Figure in it's original black colorway is one of the most coveted vinyl toys in history and is considered a holy grail for art toy collectors. This edition features a beautiful matte black version of the classic character. The open edition coincides with Kaws 2016 art tour titled Where The End Starts. Stands at 11 inches tall. Vinyl. Ships and sold by third party.
Takashi Murakami Returns to Paris for New Solo Exhibition
Takashi Murakami returns to Paris' Galerie Perrotin for his 14th solo show, "Baka" takes place inside the gallery's Salle de Bal.
Three Ways To Present Your Artwork at an Art Festival
Presentation is an important aspect to being successful selling at Art Fairs. While people walk past your tent at an art festivals, many observe how the artwork looks in relation to the way the artist displays his or her work. Some artist go into length to have elaborate decorations around their tent while others put in little to no effort at all. They don’t hang their artwork and just leave it laying on the ground without any tender care. Many people at art shows observed these things and…