This shit is ridiculous.
That’s meant in the most sincere and respectful way.  Turkish-born German native, Selim Varol is a collector of everything creative - almost to the point of borderline hoarder and freakishly obsessive. 
The guy has over 15,000 pieces of creativity from over 200 artists - including, KAWS, Fafi, Shepard Fairey, Takashi Murakami, Banksy, DJ Shadow, JR…you get the fucking picture right? 
Somehow, The Collectors Room has managed to fit only 3,000 pieces of his collection into their space to showcase for the next few months.  
One word to this man, Respect.
Unfortunately, the older we get - the more we tend to dry up inside.  We lose taste for what really matters in life - and what really matters by far is, Creativity.  We forget that colours matter;  that sharing designs are important.  
Admiring one’s idea, that has been transformed into a creation shouldn’t be a simple feeling of admiration but something that should trigger something within.  
Which is why, we need to realise - that toys, paintings, statues, photos aren’t just for the young-minded and ‘creative’ types. But rather - quite necessary for humans to progress.
I mean, FUCK - can you imagine what we’d be like if we never had any form of toys, paintings or music?
All images belong to Jermain Raffington & Clemens Poloczek.  Check out the rest here.
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This shit is ridiculous.
That’s meant in the most sincere and respectful way.  Turkish-born German native, Selim Varol is a collector of everything creative - almost to the point of borderline hoarder and freakishly obsessive. 
The guy has over 15,000 pieces of creativity from over 200 artists - including, KAWS, Fafi, Shepard Fairey, Takashi Murakami, Banksy, DJ Shadow, JR…you get the fucking picture right? 
Somehow, The Collectors Room has managed to fit only 3,000 pieces of his collection into their space to showcase for the next few months.  
One word to this man, Respect.
Unfortunately, the older we get - the more we tend to dry up inside.  We lose taste for what really matters in life - and what really matters by far is, Creativity.  We forget that colours matter;  that sharing designs are important.  
Admiring one’s idea, that has been transformed into a creation shouldn’t be a simple feeling of admiration but something that should trigger something within.  
Which is why, we need to realise - that toys, paintings, statues, photos aren’t just for the young-minded and ‘creative’ types. But rather - quite necessary for humans to progress.
I mean, FUCK - can you imagine what we’d be like if we never had any form of toys, paintings or music?
All images belong to Jermain Raffington & Clemens Poloczek.  Check out the rest here.
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This shit is ridiculous.
That’s meant in the most sincere and respectful way.  Turkish-born German native, Selim Varol is a collector of everything creative - almost to the point of borderline hoarder and freakishly obsessive. 
The guy has over 15,000 pieces of creativity from over 200 artists - including, KAWS, Fafi, Shepard Fairey, Takashi Murakami, Banksy, DJ Shadow, JR…you get the fucking picture right? 
Somehow, The Collectors Room has managed to fit only 3,000 pieces of his collection into their space to showcase for the next few months.  
One word to this man, Respect.
Unfortunately, the older we get - the more we tend to dry up inside.  We lose taste for what really matters in life - and what really matters by far is, Creativity.  We forget that colours matter;  that sharing designs are important.  
Admiring one’s idea, that has been transformed into a creation shouldn’t be a simple feeling of admiration but something that should trigger something within.  
Which is why, we need to realise - that toys, paintings, statues, photos aren’t just for the young-minded and ‘creative’ types. But rather - quite necessary for humans to progress.
I mean, FUCK - can you imagine what we’d be like if we never had any form of toys, paintings or music?
All images belong to Jermain Raffington & Clemens Poloczek.  Check out the rest here.
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This shit is ridiculous.
That’s meant in the most sincere and respectful way.  Turkish-born German native, Selim Varol is a collector of everything creative - almost to the point of borderline hoarder and freakishly obsessive. 
The guy has over 15,000 pieces of creativity from over 200 artists - including, KAWS, Fafi, Shepard Fairey, Takashi Murakami, Banksy, DJ Shadow, JR…you get the fucking picture right? 
Somehow, The Collectors Room has managed to fit only 3,000 pieces of his collection into their space to showcase for the next few months.  
One word to this man, Respect.
Unfortunately, the older we get - the more we tend to dry up inside.  We lose taste for what really matters in life - and what really matters by far is, Creativity.  We forget that colours matter;  that sharing designs are important.  
Admiring one’s idea, that has been transformed into a creation shouldn’t be a simple feeling of admiration but something that should trigger something within.  
Which is why, we need to realise - that toys, paintings, statues, photos aren’t just for the young-minded and ‘creative’ types. But rather - quite necessary for humans to progress.
I mean, FUCK - can you imagine what we’d be like if we never had any form of toys, paintings or music?
All images belong to Jermain Raffington & Clemens Poloczek.  Check out the rest here.
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This shit is ridiculous.

That’s meant in the most sincere and respectful way.  Turkish-born German native, Selim Varol is a collector of everything creative - almost to the point of borderline hoarder and freakishly obsessive. 

The guy has over 15,000 pieces of creativity from over 200 artists - including, KAWS, Fafi, Shepard Fairey, Takashi Murakami, Banksy, DJ Shadow, JR…you get the fucking picture right? 

Somehow, The Collectors Room has managed to fit only 3,000 pieces of his collection into their space to showcase for the next few months.  

One word to this man, Respect.

Unfortunately, the older we get - the more we tend to dry up inside.  We lose taste for what really matters in life - and what really matters by far is, Creativity.  We forget that colours matter;  that sharing designs are important.  

Admiring one’s idea, that has been transformed into a creation shouldn’t be a simple feeling of admiration but something that should trigger something within.  

Which is why, we need to realise - that toys, paintings, statues, photos aren’t just for the young-minded and ‘creative’ types. But rather - quite necessary for humans to progress.

I mean, FUCK - can you imagine what we’d be like if we never had any form of toys, paintings or music?

All images belong to Jermain Raffington & Clemens Poloczek.  Check out the rest here.

“The greatest crimes in the world are not committed by people breaking the rules but by people following the rules. It’s people who follow orders that drop bombs and massacre villages” - Banksy.

This, is the epitome of Banksy.  

For someone that the general public knows so little about - it’s undeniable that his work speaks for himself.  Now this doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s good or bad.

There’s plenty of debate about that - some argue overrated others argue genius. 

But you can’t argue against, is that all of his work generates plenty of debate and that’s exactly what we need art to be doing.  It’s no surprise that Banksy’s work has strong relations to political fuck ups and consumer habits because at this day and age it seems we take everything as dished out to us all too much - from every form of way we can absorb.

How many artists can you honestly describe as ‘thought provoking’ in a way that summons us to question our day to day life happenings and occurances not just on a personal level but on a behavioural level as well?

Simple ideas are usually the most effective - it’s no different from the above works.  Ofcourse everyone is entitled to opinions - but you can’t turn around and say that an artist that, time and time again, causes debate doesn’t provoke thoughts of our current way of living when we read: 

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Artist and dancer Tony Orrico has the most unique way of creating his work using both forms of art.
It’s interesting to see the way the human body can create amazing works of art by moving in symmetry.
Check out his work in action here.

Artist and dancer Tony Orrico has the most unique way of creating his work using both forms of art.

It’s interesting to see the way the human body can create amazing works of art by moving in symmetry.

Check out his work in action here.

BMW Art Car by Jeff Koons. 2010 M3 GT2.
It all started when Herve Poulain decided to mix art with with a racing car that he wanted to take to the pist in 1975 Le mans.  Asking his artist friend, Alexander Calder.
Poulain’s 3.0 CSL was the first car to create a symbiosis between the world of art and the world of  motorsport.
This became an evolution for BMW. Jeff Koons completed the 17th in the series.
See all here.

BMW Art Car by Jeff Koons. 2010 M3 GT2.

It all started when Herve Poulain decided to mix art with with a racing car that he wanted to take to the pist in 1975 Le mans.  Asking his artist friend, Alexander Calder.

Poulain’s 3.0 CSL was the first car to create a symbiosis between the world of art and the world of motorsport.

This became an evolution for BMW. Jeff Koons completed the 17th in the series.

See all here.