André Gide’s take on great art and Baudelaire’s 2-line definition: Là, tout n’est qu’ordre et beauté, Luxe, calme et volupté [There, all is order and beauty, Luxury, calm, and voluptuousness] In which the inattentive reader sees only a cascade of words, I see the perfect definition of the work of Read more…

Urban Potters: a novel look at ceramics in 6 global cities from London to New York Katie Treggiden, editor at Design Milk, just launched her third book in time for the London Design Week. Pottery fans will find 28 of the rising stars in the world of urban pottery, accompanied Read more…

Gravity Glue: this zen artist builds impossible towers of rocks to meditate  Patience and focus. And rocks. These are the ingredients the aptly named Michael Grab uses to construct his defiant towers. His project, Gravity Glue, started as a pastime to quickly become an integral part of his meditation routine. Read more…

Silence in a museum has never been this fun: Marina Abramovic at London’s Serpentine Gallery This morning is was put to bed and gently tucked in by Marina Abramovic. The world-renown performance artist notably famous for her way of interacting with her audience has taken residence in Hyde Park’s Serpentine Read more…

The new crazy music video from OK Go – The Writing’s On the Wall (warning: you’ll have to watch it twice) The upside down bicycle is pretty cool but my favourite part is the rotating camera and the finale. (Source: https://www.youtube.com/)

This eerie Sahara desert art installation is still visible from Google Earth after 17 years (via @BoredPanda) Click through for the full gallery – truly a sight to behold!