Monday 23rd September 2019,

Paradigm Swift from General Art Magazine to Asian Contemporary Art

Hidden Room was first published back in August of 2012, that was almost 7 years ago. From that day a lot has changed in my life and I had to focus on other things than art. Even though I’m still busy running things offline I feel it’s the right time to change the subject of [...]

September 9, 2019 Makis Mourelatos News 0

Javier Pere’s Doodle Stop Motion like World

Javier Perez is one of those artists which doesn’t seem to experience any difficulty in getting inspired and creating new artwork. His recent art project is called “Stop motions experiments” and features many pop doodles presented using the stop motion animation technique. In this artwork series Javier is using everyday objects like coffee beans and [...]

June 30, 2018 Makis Mourelatos Culture & Art 0

Tsang Tsou Choi, the King of Kowloon

Hong Kong artist “King of Kowloon” Tsang Tsou-choi started drawing street walls with chinese calligraphy (or Shūfǎ 書法) in 1956 while his work was one of the first graffiti expressions in Hong Kong. Tsang completed more than 55,000 works until his death in 2007. Most of his street artwork has been replaced or erased by Hong Kong’s [...]

June 24, 2018 Makis Mourelatos Culture & Art 0

GoPro View when Fired out of an Air Canon

In one of our previous posts(about 3 years ago) we covered a Corridor Digital Project where a GoPro Hero+ Black and a DJI Phantom II quadcopter come together to create a POV video showing how Superman would like using a GoPro. The same two guys, Sam Gorski and Niko Pueringer, launched a new project where they fire a GoPro [...]

December 22, 2016 Makis Mourelatos Lifestyle & Fashion 0

Decoy experiment: 6 Photographers 1 Man

This an experiment by Canon’s The Lab called as Decoy, about a man who was photographed by six different photographers. In each of the shoots he wear the same outfit but he told a different story about his personal background to each of the photographers. One of the photographers was told that he is an [...]

January 3, 2016 Makis Mourelatos Culture & Art 0

Rodrigo Dada Voragine(Vortex) artwork

Rodrigo Dada is a Costa Rican photographer born on 1987, currently working in El Salvador as a freelancer. His Voragine(Vortex in english) artwork is about “about personal crisis and the human ability to regenerate, to rise from our ashes“, it features people struggling to balance themselves with their objects and possibly find their real meaning. [...]

May 24, 2014 Makis Mourelatos Culture & Art 0