Kip Omolade began his art career as a graffiti artist while interning at Marvel Comics and The Center for African Art. Today he creates unique portraits-masks inspired by his Nigerian heritage.
Mallorca-based artist Tomàs Barcelò casts steampunk-style figures from resin and recycled objects that resemble ancient art while evoking otherworldly relics of an alternate reality.
Artist Alessandro Gallo creates animal-human hybrids with animal head features. The colorful characters reflect the breadth of interactions occurring every day throughout public spaces as folks encounter others unlike themselves.
London-based photographer Luke Nugent captures a wide swath of beauty and expression through his powerful images focused on Black models.
The sculpture Julia created by Jaume Plensa was installed in 2018 in Madrid. Since then it had many interpretations. Some of them relate to the latest events of the world’s pandemic.
There is no subject that can resist Street Arts. Maradona, Pelé, Messi, Cristiano, Totti, Beckham, Ali, Rossi are just some of those figures who went from making art in the arena to become it on the streets of all the world.
Understanding the link between specific genes and facial features could be useful for treating facial malformations or for orthodontics.
Handing down its verdict in China’s first court case over face recognition technology: the use of the technology without visitors’ consent to facilitate their admission into the park “illegal and unnecessary”.
Article (an Italian translation from NYT original) investigates controversial face recognition company.
An introduction to the anamorphic faces of Sergi Cárdenas.