New Zealand artist Karley Feaver works with taxidermy, sculpture and photography to create a unique, fantastical breed of exotic creatures.
The litmus test of enduring talent is always found when you come back to something after years away and it still feels fresh. Like Nirvana’s Nevermind or Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction, there’s some creativity that acts both as a marker for a point in time and continues to have resonance.
Corinne Day’s raw and intimate images of friends, most famously Kate Moss, captured the spirit of the 1990s and early 2000s.
In fact Sarah Lucas has a eyebrow-raising selection of all sorts of genitalia; whether its blokes and their bits, giant phallus or something more ‘Au Naturel’.
We’ll reveal the winner here within about 8pm UK time, 3 pm EST. Having a terrible time choosing!
Bursting with light and color, photographer Barry Underwood expertly creates otherworldly spaces from remote, natural locations.
Let’s go back to 1972. Paris. Marie-Hélène de Rothschild is putting the finishing touches on her Surrealist Ball. While you may not have made the guest list, or even been alive, the first time around let’s all live vicariously through these off the wall photos.
Just as the cream filled desserts that he paints, we want to take a bite right out of Luigi Benedicenti’s collections.