We interview URL’s hottest new designer Patric DiCaprio on his digital collection for Autumn/Winter 2013, which was inspired by memory cards, conceptual dynamism and NYFW styles. Keep an eye out, Shinra Corp is coming – and it’s gonna be big. Read the rest of this entry
Dutch-based independent design duo Pinar & Viola (aka Pinar Demirdag and Viola Renateare) are the creative minds behind Ecstatic Surface Design, a conceptual, hyper-detailed take on visual aesthetics that pushes contemporary imagery to glittering, overloaded extremes. In this exclusive interview, the pair talk political sex scandals, the concept of beauty and why Michael Jackson is the perfect Pinar & Viola pin-up. Read the rest of this entry
Philadelphia-based multimedia artist Alexandra Gorczynski has been getting top hits online with her imagery and video work, as well as her #SRSLY cool visual blog Hologram City. Applying a fine art background to some seriously impressive digital skills, SUPERSUPER! loved her aesthetic SO much we asked her to design this issue’s art spread!
SS: Tell us about the process behind the spread you’ve made for SUPERSUPER!
AG: Digital drawings/collages are a style I’m exploring, and [the spread] is a continuation of that concept – classic elements of painting with classic elements of graphic design, the meshing of two worlds. The collage imagery I use is usually somewhat self-reflective… Read the rest of this entry
Whether it’s blood-letting on his own surreal, #POPCULT creations, or blogging Simpsons porn as 50% of notorious Internet art duo ‘Space Slave Trade’, it’s fair to say that Seychelle Allah is an artist existing quite literally in a world of his own. Expect your expectations to be twisted, chewed up and spat out through the skewed canvas of Seychelle’s eye… We go deep URL to find out more.
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