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Banks, Insurance & Financial Services How Artists Are Trading Through Blockchain

Rather than losing profit and opportunities to connect with fans on traditional networks, the decentralized model more directly benefits the people who make and enjoy art

Advertising Three-Night-Only Prada Club In Miami Has Two Opposing Themes

Carsten Höller designed The Prada Double Club Miami for Art Basel Miami Beach

Design Kickstarter Commissions Encourage Collaboration Between Funders And Creators

Kickstarter is launching a program in which creators engage with their backers to create customized pieces of art

Hotels, Hospitality & Travel Controversy And Cutting-Edge Art Flourish In This Hong Kong Artist Village

In Kowloon’s former Cattle Depot, artists defy the Beijing crackdown with alternative artworks of all kinds

Entertainment Print Series Covers The A-Z Of Rock Band Typefaces

Typography prints from UK studio Dorothy feature letters from rock band logos

Technology Google Turns Art Searches Into Digital Gallery Experiences

The search engine has made museums around the world available digitally for users to view and learn about art

Design Solar Egg Sauna Provides Warmth In A Cold Swedish Town

In the arctic climate, this social sculpture offers a place for warmth and reflection

Advertising Construction Fence Doubles As An Art Gallery

Pentagram has created a building fence for the Philadelphia Museum of Art that doubles as an outdoor gallery space

Features Why Disco Revival Is Perfect For 2017

Associated with New York 70s cool, Fiorucci’s Lexington Avenue store was known as the ‘daytime Studio 54’—but there’s no time like the present for a relaunch of this playful heritage brand

Advertising Artists Take Over Advertising Around New York City

The Public Art Fund's 40th anniversary is celebrated by swapping ads for art

Design Dutch City Celebrates De Stijl Art Movement With Public Installation

Honoring 100 years of the minimalistic Dutch art movement, the city is erecting a series of art works inspired by De Stijl founder Piet Mondrian

Shia LaBeouf's Latest Performance Is Four-Year Long Live-Streamed Political Protest

The actor has set up a camera in order to broadcast people during the next four years of the US presidency

Retail Art Project Asks Buyers To Pay More If They Want To Know Who Made A Piece

Be prepared to spend double the amount if you want to know the creators behind this clay art collection

Food & Beverage Store Offers Unique Cutlery And Dishware For Imaginative Dining

The retail outlet features designers who create experimental products that stray from the typical rules of functionality