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Unusual and surreal, the latest series from Fabienne Rivory entitled “Miroir” explores the unique interaction between painting and photography, revealing the fine line that links reality and imagination. The photographs are from the artists personal collection, and the painting is made with gouache or inks, which are later combined in an digital environment, where textures, splatters and... Nature is an endless source of inspiration for any artist, and in any form of art. Belarusian artist Anastasia Kovaleva uses found organic material to create her imaginative and intricate collages. From dreamy landscapes, to cards and decorative objects, Today I am so siked and extremely proud to present the amazing art of one my fellow citizens, Marinela Boicu.
Yesterday we featured the National Gallery of Art’s site NGA Images, where you can download 25,000 high-quality digital images of that museum’s works of art. Today, why not have a look at Google Art Project? Though we’ve posted about it before, you’ll want to check out its slick new redesign — not to mention its expanded collection, which now includes more than 40,000 works of art from over 250 museums. 40,000 Artworks from 250 Museums, Now Viewable for Free at the Redesigned Google Art Project
A few weeks back we posted about Filip Dujardin’s digitally manipulated buildings, which gave buildings found in and around Ghent, Belgium an Escherian spin. And since then we’ve come across another photographer, Victor Enrich, who likes to bend reality by turning architecture into surreal playgrounds by forming buildings that, while fiction, are sometimes reminiscent of Frank Gehry‘s iconic, if controversial, designs. Where Filip Dujardin’s manipulations were subtle and implausible in their re-imaginings, the images below are far more outlandish. Buildings are bent over like a concertina or plonked down on the beach, stairways lead off into the sky, high-rise apartments have grown bull horns, and houses are completely tipped over with roofs sitting at ground level. Victor Enrich Creates Playful And Surreal Architecture Fictions
Community timeline Publication of two poems in The Germ Publication of two poems in the magazine The Germ, issue four, winter 2013. Read More Jan 14, 2014 by Ivan de Monbrison ELISSA DORFMAN'S PRINTS ELISSA DORFMAN'S PRINTS ON SALE AT SAATCHIONLINE AND ARTMAJEUR.
Ever wonder why there are different glasses for different wines? The idea is that each wine deserves its own type of glass to enhance its unique flavor, aroma and color. It’s an often overlooked part of the experience that every vino-enthusiast has come to appreciate. Inspired by this concept, the Doublet incorporates not one, but two of the more common types into one beautiful, seamless, stemless piece.
Ben Aqua, NEVER LOG OFF, 2013 (Limited edition t-shirt designed for #FEELINGS)We are no longer mostly dealing with information that is transmitted form a source to a receiver, but increasingly also with informational dynamics—that is with the relation between noise and signal, including fluctuations and microvariations, entropic emergences and negentropic emergences, positive feedback and chaotic processes. If there is an informational quality to contemporary culture, then it might be not so much because we exchange more information than before, or even because we buy, sell or copy informational commodities, but because cultural processes are taking on the attributes of information—they are increasingly grasped and conceived in terms of their informational dynamics.- Tiziana Terranova, Network Culture: Politics for the Information Age
Gina Higgins© – Truckstop Angel Gina Higgins es una artista nacida en Nueva Orleans y criada en Hollywood Hills, al norte de Mulholland Drive. Desarrolla su pasión por el arte desde muy joven, reconociendo sus habilidades artísticas por el ambiente en el que se crió. Su madre era concertista de piano y cantante que realizó un disco de cierto éxito en Italia a finales de los 70. Su padre era un arquitecto y fotógrafo que documentó los emblemáticos rascacielos en el centro de Los Ángeles, y un primo suyo fue un destacado artista contemporáneo del noroeste.
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Hyperspace Studios The Latest Ask Guy Column: What About My Sore, Tired Back? Over the course of 25 years of tattooing I've encountered my physical limits a few times; I've had my back lock up on me, along with some pretty frightening hand and wrist issues that I could only resolve through making lifestyle changes, which fortunately seems to have resolved the problem. This is an issue that many tattooists face at one point or another, sitting for long hours day after day across the years in less-than-ideal body positions... eventually it all catches up with you. I've always believed that surgery and that kind of invasive therapy can often be avoided by being more conscious of how you work and by making the right changes where needed. I still work long hours sometimes but have found other ways of pacing myself, and hope to be tattooing still another 25 years from now.
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Beverly Semmes Beverly Semmes is an internationally recognized artist who has been showing her work since 1990. Her first exhibitions were two concurrent project rooms at PS1 and Artist’s Space in New York City. Other early exhibitions included a large installation at the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art in Winston-Salem, N.C. and a room-scaled work made for the Institute of Contemporary Art in Philadelphia. By the mid-1990s, she was exhibiting work across the United States and in Europe. European projects at this time included solo shows at such major venues as the Camden Arts Centre in London; the Pecci Museum in Prato, Italy; and the Irish Museum of Modern Art in Dublin.
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