'Used Paper' Launch – London, UK

'Used Paper' Launch – London, UK

When arranging the shipment of works for Robert Ryman’s 1968 exhibition at Konrad Fischer Galerie, Düsseldorf, the gallerist listed the artworks simply as ‘paper’ to minimise any potential import costs. When informed that the import duty on handmade paper was also high, Fischer re-categorised the works as ‘used paper’.<br><br> Used Paper is a new contemporary art publisher commissioning multiple and editioned works across a broad range of media, accompanied by commissioned essays. Artists are invited to approach the conception and production of a portfolio as if making a solo or group exhibition, employing images, objects, sound and film/digital works all within the context of a box file.

The 'Consumer' T-shirt by SHOK-1 – London, UK

The 'Consumer' T-shirt by SHOK-1 – London, UK

A 30+ year veteran of painting in the streets and a hardcore gamer since the early 80's, SHOK-1 painted the image inspired by the classic videogame character to create a witty metaphor on our modern consumer culture. The original artwork was spraypainted on a wall in Germany in his unique X-ray style using cutting-edge freehand techniques pioneered by the artist. No stencils or tape were used to achieve the intricate translucent effects.

TRUTH Interactive Postcard by Eddie Lin wins iF Design Awards – Taipei, Taiwan

TRUTH Interactive Postcard by Eddie Lin wins iF Design Awards – Taipei, Taiwan

This typography series showcases Chinese characters using patterns from other writing systems such as Arabic, Thai, among others. TRUTH presents characters on proverbs said by remarkable people seeking for the true value of existence. Recognized by the iF DESIGN AWARD 2015, Eddie have used temperature-sensing ink to cover-up characters untile they have been touched and felt.

Rolls-Royce presents new commission by Isaac Julien during Art Basel 2015 – Basel, Switzerland

Rolls-Royce presents new commission by Isaac Julien during Art Basel 2015 – Basel, Switzerland

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars will present the first public showing of Isaac Julien’s new work Stones Against Diamonds during Art Basel in Basel, 2015. The work, commissioned as part of the Rolls-Royce Art Programme, will be shown at the Kirche Elisabethen, Basel, from 16-17 JUN 2015. Following the preview during the Venice Biennale last month, the video installation will be shown on a larger scale than previously seen, as a unique site specific installation filling the magnificent interior of the imposing church across ten screens.

Greg M – Illustrator on the Dark Side – Paris, France

Greg M – Illustrator on the Dark Side – Paris, France

Greg M is an illustrator based in Paris, France. For many years, he has been known to illustrate cheerful children's book – Greg flipped his switch to take revenge and entering into a dark and mysterious side. His brand new website headlines "Bad Drawings for Bad People" is extremely fitting for the kind of portfolio he is churning out right now. Check it out!

Camille Vannier – Illustrator – Barcelona, Spain

Camille Vannier – Illustrator – Barcelona, Spain

Camille Vannier is a freelance illustrator, originally from France, is currently based in Barcelona, Spain. As illustrator, Camille has won numerous industry awards including: Juncéda Prize (Barcelona), Injuve Contest (Madrid) and Talente (Munich), to name a few. She's also had ample of attention from magazines and press around the world including features in the likes of Yume Magazine, Juxtapoz Magazine and Fantastic Plastic Mag.

Scheltens & Abbenes – New Website – Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Scheltens & Abbenes – New Website – Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Design by Bas Koopman and coded by Thijs Gadiot and Martijn Eerens, please checkout the brand-new website of photographer/artist Scheltens & Abbenes. Maurice Scheltens and Liesbeth Abbenes are the sum total of a still-life photographer and the creative craftsmanship of an artist. Technical perfection added to individual handicraft, strong pictorial clarity in addition to tailor-made settings. They experiment with converting spatial dimensions into flat surfaces and explore intensively photography’s potential for creating illusion. Essential to their work is the laboratory process in the studio where they construct their settings with an attitude of conceptualization and solution-led thinking, regardless of whether they are editing or tackling commissioned or independent artistic work.

Sweet Lemon 2015/2016 Advertising Campaign by Yves Lavallette – Paris, France

Sweet Lemon 2015/2016 Advertising Campaign by Yves Lavallette – Paris, France

Yves Lavallette was recently commissioned by international brand SWEET LEMON as Photographer and Art Director for its worldwide advertising campaign and catalogue for 2015/2016. Having worked with prestigious magazines including Vogue, Harper's Baazar, Elle to name a few, Yves Lavallette specialises in fashion photography, art direction and photo editing.

"Moving the Pointless Monument" by Fintan Magee – Werchter, Belgium

"Moving the Pointless Monument" by Fintan Magee – Werchter, Belgium

Sydney-based street artist, Fintan Magee, has taken his trademark urban mural style to a new canvas and a new continent with his striking new work ‘Moving the Pointless Monument’. In a change from painting large-scale murals on multi-storey buildings, the canvas for Magee’s latest artwork is a 16 metre tower of repurposed shipping containers installed on the festival grounds of Rock Werchter in Belgium – one of the largest rock festivals in Europe. Conceived and curated by contemporary Belgian artist, Arne Quinze, the unusual constellation of shipping containers known as ‘North West Walls’, is a permanent street art installation in the Belgian village of Werchter.

Hospital's Paediatrics Department Wall Murals by Michal Or-Ad, Baram and Miki Mottes – Ramat Gan, Israel

Hospital's Paediatrics Department Wall Murals by Michal Or-Ad, Baram and Miki Mottes – Ramat Gan, Israel

Miki Mottes, independent illustrator, in collaboration with Creative Director Michal Or-Ad and Baram who owns the project, designed and produced huge wall murals for the Paediatrics Department in Israel’s biggest hospital 'Sheba Tel Hashomer'. They took part in this project voluntarily, created different concepts for each floor, full scenes of creatures that are fun, innocent, colorful and funny – an exclusive and unique story – leading the visitors into a fantasy world.