Thanks for this - Museum of Internet - Edvard Munch - Scream

6scream, artist, munch,

"Like holy relics, streetstyle garments radiate the power of their associations"

Ted Polhemus, Streetstyle: From Sidewalk to Catwalk, 1994


6streetstyle, sourcestreetstyle,


Ever wondered what the Turbine Hall looked like before it became Tate Modern? 



OPEN CALL! Tate Collective London are on the look out for artworks inspired or influenced by STREET STYLE. Think art, photography, portraiture and fashion. Share you work with Tate Collective London and it could be included in their upcoming Source Spotlight Display at Tate Britain. Find out more here »>

Image: Jason Evans, Strictly series, 1991

6sourcestreetstyle, opencall, streetstyle, call for submissions,

Basquiat in his studio. Where do you make art? 

Source: aestheticgoddess



Matisse: Cut-Outs opens next month! Check out our trailer created by Mat Maitland! 


It’s Friday. It’s spring. What better way to start than with a submitted 1840s GIF. Here’s a remix of Albert Moore, A Garden, 1869.

61840s GIF Party, gif, submission,

Sarah Lucas to represent UK at 2015 Venice Biennale

Image: Sarah Lucas, Self Portrait with Fried Eggs, 1996


Feeling like SPRING

This photograph one of a series of five portraits of young people living in Belgrade.

Phil Collins, Vanesa, 2001

© Phil Collins, courtesy Kerlin Gallery, Dublin

6art, spring,

"All my life I have tried to fight against the fact of dying"
Christian Boltanski - on why he’s gambling with his life.


Source: hateplow

It’s Friday, time to share an 1840s GIF Party submission!

Joanna Mary Wells, Portrait of Sidney Wells 1859

ClipfartRobin van Wijk

61840s GIF Party, gif, submission,


If famous artworks were transformed into buildings, this is what they’d look like. See more here.

(Source: Federico Babina)

Source: huffingtonpost


To celebrate Piet Mondrian’s birthday Tate Liverpool have even made a birthday cake!



Printed Matter's second annual LA Art Book Fair is this weekend. This year, Printed Matter is presenting editions by artists Laura Owens, Patrick Lee, Parra, and Jeremy Deller (pictured above) to benefit the fair. 

Source: londonbookarts

6world book day,