ICYMI – Married To The Mob’s owner Leah McSweeney


Meet Leah McSweeney, owner of “Married To The Mob” clothing. We featured her in our last issue (The Source #263) as our Tastemaker for the Taster’s Choice section. Check out some of her likes and dislikes and what she thinks is going to be the latest trends for the coming year. For more on Mrs. […]

Listen to music? Now Look at it!

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Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information Nigel Stanford hails from New Zealand and has fulfilled the definition of avant-garde with a video for his song Cymatics. It’s the debut single from his new album Solar Echos. Everything you see in the video are actual sound experiments. In a very epic manner, the experiments depict the effects […]

Man & Bird – A Love Story

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Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information Joao Silvestrini, an elderly man from Barretos, Brazil has a very special friend. A hummingbird. His fluttery little friend visits him everyday in his kitchen. They talk, eat, and essentially have a good time. Sometimes the hummingbird can’t stay long and leaves, only to have Joao call him back. The […]

What “Dreams” May Come


Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information Beyond a shadow of a doubt, Chinese sculptor Wang Ruilin understands the meaning of juxtapose. The combination of animate and inanimate in his sculptures is nothing less than mesmerizing. He currently has a series titled “Dreams” where monumental landscapes are mixed into the anatomy of animals that create an expression […]

Born In The Bronx

Born In The Bronx

Born In The Bronx is an exhibition currently on display at Gavin Brown’s Enterprise. Pieces were curated by Johan Kugelberg and also on showcase are artifacts from the Cornell University Hip Hop Collection. Some the highlights focus on Afrika Bambaataa, the late Buddy Esquire, photographer Joe Conzo, and Charlie Ahearn from Wild Style. The exhibition […]

Splash and Freeze … WOW!


Can you make sculptures out of paint? No, but that’s the beauty of art isn’t it? Cassandra Warner and Jeremy Floto are the duo that make up Floto+Warner Studio. These stunning photos of paint splashes frozen in time give the effect of sculptures magically suspended in air. Here’s the trick, the photos were shot at […]

A Head Of The Rest

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Skulls always have and will always be a very prominent symbol in contemporary art. For centuries this symbol of life and death has been the inspiration for many artists. Currently the Bedford Gallery in The Bay Area has a Skull Show on display in the town of Walnut Creek. Some of the local talent exhibiting […]

It’s True, Less IS More


Hasan Kale is a very special artist. While most artists who love to paint, and find conventional canvases more than sufficient to express their ideas, Mr. Kale begs to differ. Peanut shells, butterfly wings, bits of chocolate, it doesn’t matter, he can elaborately paint highly definitive landscapes. Most of his depictions are of Instanbul. The […]

The Secret Technique of Porcelain Boxing – Ceramic Style

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“From a height of three meters, porcelain figurines are dropped on the ground, and the sound they make when they hit trips the shutter release. The result: razor-sharp images of disturbing beauty—temporary sculptures made visible to the human eye by high-speed photography technology. The porcelain statuette bursting into pieces isn’t what really captures the attention; […]

ZR Hoverboard – Summer Will Never Be The Same!


Be the envy of all your friends this summer with a new ZR Hoverboard. It was invented by Franky Zapata (inventor of the FlyBoard) of Zapata Racing and is the most awesome thing. It combines surfing, snowboarding, and acrobatics that are only limited by your imagination. The board gains “air” through a hose and u-pipe […]

Banksy Movie Trailer for “Better Out Than In, The Movie”


Banksy just recently won a Webby Award for Person Of The Year. Why? Well, last year October he graced us (NYC) with his presence for one month and dominated social media with his street art movement “Better Out Than In”. So without further ado he just released a trailer for a movie with the same […]

Curiot Raises Curiosity

Curiot Raises Curiosity

On June 14, 2014 in Mexico City, world famous artist Favio ‘Curiot’ Martinez will hold an exhibition at FIFTY24MX Gallery. “The Creation of Nirak’tuh” is a brilliant set that is inspired by fire as the basis of the duality of creation and destruction. Nirak’tuh is the sun god who leads other subordinate demi gods to […]

Notebook Doodling And Beyond … Really!

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As kids we’re sure everybody, at one time or another, has doodled in their notebook. Taking a peek into Jim Rugg’s notebook can make one easily feel that what they did was never doodling. You just drew plain old scribble scrabble. Jim Rugg, a native of Pittsburgh, is a cartoonist who is well known for […]

Juicy Street Art

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Today, June 5th, 2014, marks the beginning of the Juicy Brooklyn Art Festival. It will be held at 270 Meserole Street in the Bushwick section of Brooklyn and continue on through Saturday. Creative murals are already up on walls on Meserole, Waterbury, and Borinquen Place in Williamsburg. More murals are expected to go up as […]

Spiral of Emotions

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Kazuki Takamatsu’s work will be on display at the CHG Circa on June 21st, 2014. The exhibition “Spiral of Emotions” will be on display for the first time in North America. The intricately beautiful yet somewhat eerie works combine the use of computer graphics and hand painted images through a layering process. “Each graduation from […]

Skulls Of Pearl


Gregory Halili was born and raised in the Phillipines. He emigrated to the United States in 1998 and currently resides in New Jersey. He gains major influence from the jungle like environment of his formative years. He recently collected various mother of pearl shells from his homeland and carved some very intricately detailed human skulls. […]

Super Rockers!

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While growing up there are two thing that most kids love the most. Superheroes and musicians. Andrés Moncayo decided to merge his two favorite childhood memories and present to us “Super Rockers”. He combines Marvel and DC superheroes as musicians as well as a similar interpretation for Spider Man (we’re not too sure what he’s […]

Put Your “F*ckin Hands” In The Air For Doper Jones


Doper Jones, L.E.S.(Lower East Side, Ny) artist and daughter of jazz musician Denis Charles, has released a video for her popular single, “Fuckin Hands”. In the night I’ll be your teddy bear/ In the morning, I won’t be there The video was filmed, directed and edited by Destiny Mata. Mata is a street photographer who is credited on album […]

PLANE BOMBING! … Not What You Think


Graffiti has been raised to the next level … literally (the air). Otavio and Gustavo Pandolfo make up the dynamic Brazilian duo better known as Os Gemeos. They recently collaborated with GOL Airlines for something amazing. They spray painted an entire 737 Boeing that will officially transport Brazil’s team for the World Cup. It’s a […]