What started as a one-off Valentine's Day couples DJing gig has turned into an electro phenomenon sweeping Brazil -- doesn't hurt that the couple in question are also completely adorable.
South Korean psychedelic animators Lumpens use light projection to make music videos and to make your Ikea kitchen look like an acid trip.
Emcida is a self-made rapper from Brazil who looks like a shy 15 year old.......until you get him behind the mic. Click through and see what we mean.
Yeondoo Jung is an expert set designer who took children's drawings and recreated them in large-scale photo scenes. The results are downright amazing.
Sun Haipeng's computer-animated sticky bun "Super Baozi" has taken over China with his ninja sushi fighting moves and rap skills.
Julius Von Bismarck is a guerilla paparazzo that changes the message of photographs by secret projections.
You may not know Brazil's Amapo, but you probably know their work. Their angular technicolor prints have taken over fashion from runway shows to Urban Outfitters....
France's electro pioneer talks DJing while hanging out in a meadow....because, ya know....of course!?
Bejiing's Vega Wang creates Jetsons-like light-up prints that make for a dynamic fashion experience.
He's made laser outfits and Twitter dresses worn at the Grammys, and laser suits for OK Go and even Bono!? Wonder what he'll do for Gaga!
Kele, Bloc Party frontman and now an electronic solo musician, used Janet Jackson as the inspiration for his latest video. Can ya tell?
Korea's Suh Sangyoung owns a labelless fashion label: built-in name-tags allow you to label your own clothes.
Paul B. Davis is an old school videogame hacker that has taken his musical-8-bit experiments to the art world. Zelda at MoMA anyone?
The name Trevor Jackson may be unfamiliar to you, but he's probably touched every piece of album art or music you dig...