Calbuco Volcano


Last April, Chile’s Calbuco volcano erupted for the first time since 1972, emitting an ash plume that rose to an estimated 40,000 feet in the air. Martin Heck, German filmmaker behind Timestorm Films, was on site to capture the spectacular eruption and released few weeks ago this stunning 4K time-lapse. A magnificent and terrifying video … Continue reading


BATMAN POP ART // 15th June 2015

Renowned for its “Starry Knight”, a mashup of Van Gogh’s masterpiece and a Joker scene from The Dark Knight, artist Vartan Garnikyan strikes again with new paintings combining his passion for iconic classical art and his love of the Caped Crusader. The result – famous paintings transformed into Batman Pop Art. Thus, “American Gothic” of Grant Wood … Continue reading


PAC-MAN PACKAGING // 8th June 2015

Australian design student Craig Sutton created the packaging and a brochure inspired from the famous Eighties pop icon, Pac-Man. He re-interpreted the arcade game into a board game only made out of paper. It contains pieces representing Pac-Man as well as the five legendary ghosts, and it composed of four different mazes. The design perfectly … Continue reading


DESCENSION // 1st June 2015

Four years after the huge success of his “Leviathan” in the Grand Palais (Paris) which gathers more than 277 600 visitors, British-Indian artist Sir Anish Kapoor is back with a new exhibition titled “Descension”. Currently being held at Galleria Continua in San Giminagno (Italy), the exhibition engages visitors in personal reflection about the perception of the … Continue reading


PIXELS // 25th May 2015

Last week, Sony has released the second trailer for Pixels, which was directed by Chris Columbus, and based on a short film by Patrick Jean. The movie features a horde of arcade games characters which, after a misinterpretation of videos about them, attacked Earth deploying Pacman, Donkey Kong, or Space Invaders as pixel warriors. Among the … Continue reading


GIVE ME LOVE // 18th May 2015

Following the success of the “I Who Have Arrived in Heaven” show in 2013, Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama has once again taken her elusive art to the David Zwirner gallery in New York for a brand new exhibition entitled “Give Me Love.” Touted as the most popular artist of 2014, Kusama is known for her … Continue reading


OUTINGS PROJECT // 11th May 2015

Dijon – France Dreamed up by French artist and filmmaker Julien de Casabianca, the ongoing international collaborative project takes fine classic art paintings out of the gallery and onto the streets. Outings invites you to go into a gallery, discreetly snap photos of under-appreciated portraits with your phone, print one of them out and paste … Continue reading


HUBBLES’S LEGACY // 4th May 2015

Late last month, NASA and ESA (European Space Agency) have celebrated the Hubble Space Telescope’s 25th anniversary. Launched on April 24, 1990, the telescope has shown us the universe as we never imagined. Named after American astronomer Edwin Hubble, the telescope has deeply changed scientists’ view of the universe, both in space and in time, … Continue reading


THE PLAY OF BRILLIANTS // 27th April 2015

“Light In Water” by DGT. Photo by Fubiz. In this International Year of Light supported by UNESCO, the new Éléphant Paname Gallery’s exhibition (Paris, France) explores one of the key concepts of lighting design, “The Play of Brilliants” imagined by Richard Kelly, the pioneering architectural lighting specialist. This exhibition at the Parisian center of art … Continue reading


DOWN OF JUSTICE // 20th April 2015

This weekend, Batman’s fans got their first glimpse of Ben Affleck as the Caped Crusader. Indeed, Director Zack Snyder released the official teaser himself for Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice on his Twitter’s account. The movie is due in cinemas in March 2016 but if you want a first taste of what to expect … Continue reading


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