Blondes at MoMA Stephanie Kimberly shoots art house Blondes at the Museum of Modern Art.
Kilian Eng's drawings are loud Kilian Eng is one of the most inspiring illustrators around and works for Lazer Sword, Tokyo Dawn, Tesla Boy and more.
Nathaniel Whitcomb works with stop-motion and nostalgia Nathaniel’s nostalgic images in motion create a poetic audio-visual experience.
Filmmaker Sam Fleischner makes crafted dreams for Panda Bear, himself and you Filmmaker Sam Fleischner has a great eye for what we all want to see – 80s bike stunts and skeletons surfing at night.
Flickr photographer of the month: Nathan Bobey The monochrome experiments of Pacific north west-based music snapper Nathan Bobey are the best of the month.
DJ Food's live AV show at the London Planetarium To coincide with the release of his first album for 11 years, DJ Food performs at the London Planetarium alongside astronomers in a live audio visual show to blow your mind.
Dream in Colour: an exhibition by Stylorouge The Aubin gallery present the iconic designers for Blur, Trainspotting & The Cure. Stylorouge produce their first series of contemporary artworks to coincide with their 30th anniversary.
Sally Linsdell's digital gems Introducing Sally Linsdell, graphic designer and master of the digital collage.
Optigram Hyperdub’s retronaut artworker responsible for Ikonika’s iconic cover, Kode 9’s artwork and DVA’s brilliant new ‘Pretty Ugly’ LP cover.
A catch up with Leif Podhajsky Incredible new work for Young Magic and Peaking Lights from the psychedelic artist.
The grunge era in pictures The work of photographer Michael Lavine, who famously shot Nirvana’s ‘Nevermind’ cover.
Introducing Pencil Face Meg Sharp catches up with RAMP recordings illustrator and Ras G cover artist Pencil Face.
Make your own electronic musical instrument How to make your own electronic Lumiphone and play it using paint.
Voguing and the house ballroom scene of New York Soul Jazz Records have compiled a book featuring photos from New York’s house ballroom scene, 1989-92.
Sun Ra, Gil Scott-Heron and Afrika Bambaataa celebrated with portraits Artist Jeb Loy Nichols will be exhibiting his wood cut portraits of jazz, hip hop and folk heroes at Rough Trade East.
'Skying' designer Neil Krug's photos of The Horrors Off cuts from Neil’s photo session of the British band, before his spectral, inky picture made the cover of ‘Skying’.
Introducing Kuedo cover artist Anna Higgie Stylish, graceful and sophisticated pencil illustrations are the Bristol artist’s trademark.
Flickr photographer of the month: Sergey Kostromin Sergey shoots happening gigs, beautiful skaters and his friends having fun with a sharp eye for a perfect candid shot.
Gabriel Bruce's Sleep Paralysis book Full shots of Gabriel Bruce’s debut release, a book and his wonderful fantastic 7”, both about sleep paralysis.
Ritornell makes business cards that play through a music box Composer Richard Eigner takes ideas of audience interaction into the office.
VIA Festival gallery Candid shots from the Pittsburgh festival by esteemed New York photographer Shawn Brackbill.
Flickr artist of the month: Sister Luna Flickr artist of the month makes collages out of folk art.
A 8m-high boombox Welcome to audio-installation-house-cum-record label 1024, and the art of architectural projection mapping: audio-visual installations about ghetto blasters.
Slipknot backstage Clown reveals an insight into their latest tour commemorating bassist Paul Gray who passed away in May this year.
Amon Tobin gives life to digital being Awesome audiovisual sound sculpture by Stilikon and Amon Tobin.
Flickr photographer of the month: Jonathan Hyde Next up is Brighton based Jonathan Hyde, who shoots haunting video and imagery for Esben and the Witch and Peggy Sue. Contribute to our Flickr pool for a chance to be featured here.
Turn LPs into speakers that amplify with magic Paul Cocksedge transforms vinyl LPs into speakers that amplify through shape alone.
Ed Arnaud: Photos from hardcore punk shows in Tuscon 1982 – 1984 Hiding his camera in his socks, Ed snuck into various venues in Tuscon, Arizona to document hardcore bands like Black Flag, Suicidal Tendencies and the Meat Puppets.
A closer look at Us Design Studio DELS’s videos are brilliantly distinctive and Wiley’s Numbers in Action video has been nominated for a MOBO – welcome to Us.
Lost photos of Elvis, Chuck Berry, Doris Day and Roy Orbison ‘The Lost Photographs of Deejay Tommy Edwards’ is a book compiling 1,700 colour slide photographs of musicians passing through Cleveland’s radio station in the 50s.
Nabil Elderkin's seriously varied music videos Nabil’s video for Bon Iver’s Holocene is beautifully Scandinavian: mystical, dreamy and innocent. His video for Wolfgang and WILL.I.AM’s Forever, on the other hand, is just freakishly wrong.
Bombay Bicycle Club's cover artist Katie Scott Illustrator Katie Scott created the awesome cover art for ‘A Different Kind of Fix’ and the rest of her work is equally brilliant.
Mastodon cover artist AJ Fosik is the don AJ Fosik creates brightly painted and intricately assembled Chinese animal head sculptures that are out of this world, and Mastadon got one made for their album cover.
Flickr photographer of the month: Melissa Madison Next up is Kansas born, Nashville based candid photographer Melissa, who photographs her friends jumping naked in pools, playing in bands and having that thing called “fun”. Submit your photos to the Dummy flickr pool for a chance to have your photos featured.
Valeria Cherchi's shots of Field Day Contributing photographer Valeria Cherchi’s shots of the east London festival.
Mikael Gregorsky's shots of Field Day Staff photographer Mikael Gregorsky’s shots of the east London festival.
Julia Corsaro's shots of Field Day Staff photographer Julia Corsaro’s photo-report on the east London festival.
Leif Podhajsky's psychedelic world The digi-psyche world of Leif Podhajsky, artist behind Shabazz Palaces, Lykke Li and Tame Impala’s visuals, and his body of awe-inspiring artwork.
Flickr artist of the month: Ivan Afanasyev Our next flickrer is Ivan Afanasyev, from Petrozavodsk, Russia, who creates awesome collages, runs his own record label Full of Nothing, and plays music under the name Love Cult.
Rinse Presents: A Visual Retrospective Rinse present a neat exhibition revealing an insight to the collaborative works of their photographer Shaun Bloodworth & graphic designers Give Up Art.