Whilst deep in lockdown and with a newfound perspective, Brazilian artist Vik Muniz drew inspiration from crowds, movements and large gatherings, exploring ideas and themes behind the nature of transmission for this, his new body of work titled 'Surfaces' Muniz is
Uplifting, dream-like and fun, Argentine film-maker Fernando Livschitz's works playfully transpose fantasy elements into meticulously captured contemporary backdrops - some iconic, others mundane - to charming and mind-boggling organic effect.
Lockdown has limited our approach to communication and interaction. The constant flow of email, zoom calls and media, in general, can all get very intoxicating. The little exchanges we've always taken for granted have been compressed into virtual data. Technology
You can run but contrary to popular opinion, you can also hide. This work by New York based visual artist Brooke DiDonato was inspired by a book which sat, previously unnoticed, in the artists' bathroom and beautifully evokes the feeling
Why did the toilet roll roll down the hill? To get to the bottom. Awful jokes aside, the insane scramble for toilet paper just before the lockdown was a surreal phenomenon and not in the slightest bit funny. Inspired by
It's been a rollercoaster of emotions over the past three months, the lion's share of these having been experienced within our own four walls. This piece by Zanotto, a Helsinki based designer, animator and a short-film director, perfectly sums this
'Dainception' by Dain Yoon (@designdain) This, the first in a series of original works created for our 'Artists Locked Down' project, ingeniously depicts the recent continuous daily loop experienced by many of us; Sleep > Zoom/Facetime > Repeat. 'Dainception' DAIN YOON LOCKDOWN