After someone accidentally dropped Jeff Koons’s Red Balloon Dog in 2008, the fractured porcelain sculpture was considered damaged beyond repair. Similar works by Koons have been valued at tens of thousands of dollars, but after an art...Show More Summary
@jeffkoons & @louisvuitton Masters II keepall with the personalized custom ordered straps to match. #LVxKoons my "Arts & Craft" movement 2.0 A post shared by @virgilabloh on Oct 13, 2017 at 1:26pm PDT Following up yesterday’s news of a potential collaboration between OFF-WHITE, Louis Vuitton and Jeff Koons, Virgil Abloh took to Instagram to give […]
The second instalment of the collaboration between Louis Vuitton and Jeff Koons takes a step further in exploring the intersection of fashion and art with “Masters II”, a collection of bags and accessories designed by the world-renowned contemporary artist. As with the first, the second collection will also be based on the artist’s “Masters” series of […]
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A look at this week's art news, including Jeff Koons's work entering augmented reality, and events and exhibitions from Tampa to Basel.
It's a protest. And graffiti artist Sebastian Errazuriz didn't physically deface one of Koons' famous balloon dogs. But the augmented reality graffiti is Errazuriz's way of staking a claim to public space. He doesn’t think the privilege of geo-tagging should necessarily fall to technology giants. After Snapchat announced a partnership with the sculptor Jeff Koons that uses […]
The artist Sebastian Errazuriz used augmented reality to deface a famous sculpture by Mr. Koons to protest what he views as Silicon Valley’s monopoly on digital public space.
Snapchat and renowned artist Jeff Koons recently collaborated to showcase his iconic sculptures across the world utilizing the platform’s new augmented reality feature. While it’s appealing, not all artists approved of the idea, as on...Show More Summary
Snapchat recently launched a collaboration with Jeff Koons to showcase his iconic sculptures across the world using the platform's augmented reality feature. But not all artists are thrilled with the idea. On Wednesday New York-based...Show More Summary
Snapchat and artist Jeff Koons collaborated in an augmented reality project. You can now unlock Koons' installations in specific locations around the world. We went to Central Park and saw his balloon dog sculpture in AR. Despite it only being viewable on your phone, the art pieces will appear to be 3 stories tall. Show More Summary
The new "Jeff Koons Lens" allows Snapchat users to find augmented reality versions of Koons's shiny sculptures in parks around the world. The post The Augmented Banality of Jeff Koons Sculptures in Snapchat appeared first on Hyperallergic.
The sculptor and social media app have teamed up to bring digital balloon animals to a city near you.
Attention artists: Snapchat wants to turn your work into augmented reality. The app is working with American artist Jeff Koons to create AR world lenses. Koons created lenses based on some of his most famous works that Snapchat users can unlock in nine cities: New York; Paris; London; Toronto; Sydney; Chicago; Rio de Janeiro; Washington,...
Snapchat users will be able to project Koons sculptures onto international landmarks like the Eiffel Tower and Central Park.
Snapchat, it’s not just for teen sex anymore. The road’s been hard but Snap Inc. has invested heavily in turning their super popular but super ephemeral messaging service into a modern tech institution. […] The post Snapchat and Jeff Koons Turn AR into ART appeared first on Geek.com.
Snapchat today mistakingly announced a new partnership with famous artist Jeff Koons that will see the artist’s work come to Snapchat as 3D objects. Snapchat attempted to build hype for the announcement via a new webpage, but those plans were quickly foiled by Business Insider. more…
Snapchat plans to launch a new augmented reality art platform featuring pop artist Jeff Koons. It will allow art to be pinned to specific locations in augmented reality. Snapchat will solicit sign-ups from artists who want their art added to the platform. Show More Summary
Snapchat has a surprise planned, and per typical Snap fashion, it was shrouded in mystery. The company launched a countdown clock on the site art.snapchat.com Monday afternoon. The only piece of art on the site is a photo of CentralShow More Summary
JAY-Z is hitting a couple of US festival dates in September --New York City’s The Meadows Music And Arts Festival and his own Made In America fest in Philadelphia -- and then touring North America for the rest of fall in support of 4:44. He debuted his 2017 stage show at the V Festival in…