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Anissa Kermiche and her original Christmas decorations

Anissa Kermiche, known for her ceramic vases with shapes that pay homage to the female anatomy, brings out Christmas decorations.

Los Simpsons

Can you imagine the Simpsons’ scenarios in pure Wes Anderson style?

The animated stages of the “Simpsons” series become real spaces designed and decorated in the purest Wes Anderson style.

Garage Italia x nss presents “The Jumpsuit of Milan”

Garage Italia and nss magazine join forces to present “The overalls of Milan”, a project that combines fashion and cars.

El street art está cambiando el skyline de Madrid

Street art is changing the skyline of Madrid

A new open-air street art museum decorates the Paseo de la Castellana. An initiative that aims to put Madrid in the spotlight.

Gucci concludes its virtual festival Gucci Fest

Earlier this month, Gucci presented its new collection “Ouverture of Something that Never Ended”. So, Alessandro Michele announced a virtual festival called Gucci Fest to showcase the narrative of his latest proposal. Today, Gucci concludes this series of seven-part films co-directed with Gus Van Sant. 

Vans Checkerboard Day 2020

Vans Checkerboard Day 2020 and the power of creative expression in mental health

Vans is celebrating Checkerboard Day for the second year running: a global initiative that focuses on the power of creative expression.

Mondrian’s neoplasticism arrives at the Reina Sofia Museum

The Reina Sofía Museum has managed to move forward with the exhibition of the painter Mondrian after several months of uncertainty.

The significance of Prada Marfa | Space metaphor

Prada Marfa was conceived as a permanent art installation created in 2005 by Scandinavian artists Elmgreen & Dragset. Located in the middle of the Texas desert, about 60…

Glam and Medicom Toy presents figures inspired by Bansky

The Japanese label Glamb joins Medicom Toy to release a limited edition of ‘Throw Mickey’ figures, inspired by Bansky’s work.

The black curvy model that forced a change in Instagram

Instagram cambiará su estricta política de desnudez en contra de la pornografía, que se traduce en la censura de los cuerpos femeninos.


The Met opens its exhibition “About Time: Fashion and Duration” 5 months later

The Metropolitan Museum of Art is preparing to open its long-delayed Costume Institute exhibition, “About Time: Fashion and Duration”.


Pull&Bear’s new collection is inspired by the world of modern art

Pull&Bear has decided to tell the world of modern art to its public with an exclusive collection in which the works of modern artists.

Alex Moli and Alex Nikolov present LEXA They are the difference

Alex Moli and Alex Nikolov present LEXA, their new hybrid agency project for the management of artists from different disciplines.

Bulgari protects the artistic heritage

Bulgari has financed the restoration of over 90 Greek and Roman marble statues. These pieces belong to one of the most important collections of classical art in the world.


Off-White launches second “HOME” collection for IKEA

After its initial launch last year, Virgil Abloh returns with new home pieces for Off-White’s “HOME” collection.

Daily Paper x Van Gogh Museum: The artist’s works to be worn at last

Daily Paper is back with its second collaboration with the Van Gogh Museum. Together they have launched a new collection of the artist’s works.

They discover a hidden drawing under the Mona Lisa

The scientist Pascal Cotte has revealed the existence of a drawing under the famous portrait of the Mona Lisa.

Helmut x YSL

Helmut Lang returns with a collaboration with Saint Laurent

Lang said goodbye to fashion in 2005 to focus exclusively on art. However, he now partners with Saint Laurent in an artistic collaboration.

We talk w/ Coco Capitán

The works of Coco Capitan speak for themselves. We talked with Coco Capitán to discover how is her day to day, her ambitions and her biggest fears.

The clock that marks the countdown of our planet

On the occasion of Climate Week, the screens of the Metronome showed a clock that counted down the life of our planet.

Banksy risks losing the rights to his work because he is anonymous

A greeting card company wins a legal case that allows them to replicate his work on their products because Banksy “is nobody”.