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Grillon du foyer Clockwork love paper - Tjep. - Think, amaze. Clockwork Love builds further on the Bling Bling pendant designed by Tjep. for Chi Ha Paura...? Launched in 2002, it was constructed from several layers of overlapping logos. Clockwork Love is a jewelry collection evenly and consistently combining a great multitude of graphic elements in a ... Read more > Clockwork Love is a jewelry collection evenly and consistently combining a great multitude of graphic elements in a multitude of layers. The main body of this collection presented in Gallery Ra in Amsterdam consists of 6 timepieces expressing different 'heart moods' through the liberal use of symbolic references, the collection of pendants link up to such themes as fragility, passion, uncertainty and desire. The frozen mechanical arrangements express characters as if it were portraits immobilized in time. Client: Galerie RA, Amsterdam Date: January 2010 Design team:Frank Tjepkema, Leonie Janssen, Yannic Alidarso, Liv Anderson, Stefanie Schonheinz Size:16 x 16 cm Materials:Acrylic, paper

The Art of Travis Louie Elsa Mora Elsa Mora Search Albums Reblog (0) | | Digg This | Save to | The Book Surgeon (15 pieces) Using knives, tweezers and surgical tools, Brian Dettmer carves one page at a time. Nothing inside the out-of-date encyclopedias, medical journals, illustration books, or dictionaries is relocated or implanted, only removed. Dettmer manipulates the pages and spines to form the shape of his sculptures. "My work is a collaboration with the existing material and its past creators and the completed pieces expose new relationships of the book’s internal elements exactly where they have been since their original conception," he says. "The richness and depth of the book is universally respected yet often undiscovered as the monopoly of the form and relevance of the information fades over time. Dettmer is originally from Chicago, where he studied at Columbia College. Update: Read our exclusive interview with the Book Surgeon here. Brian Dettmer's website

L'Atelier des icônes | Le carnet de recherche d'André Gunthert Les usages ordinaires des images L’histoire de l’art comme les visual studies privilégient une approche autonomiste des images, bien loin de leurs usages réels. Utilisées comme supports de récit ou espaces de projection, les images interviennent dans la culture ordinaire de façon décorative ou utilitaire, à des fins principalement référentielles, comme des outils de transaction ou de naturalisation des formes culturelles. Seule la prise en compte de la globalité des dispositifs, des circulations intermédiales et de l’interaction avec la réception permet de comprendre les particularités et les forces des ressources visuelles. A travers une série d’études de cas, le séminaire se donne pour objectif de dégager les conditions théoriques d’une analyse du rôle du visuel dans la culture. Blog: Initiation à l’étude de la culture visuelle

Fictional Landscapes Colossal has seen its fair share of commendable book and paper work the last few weeks, but this was too good to pass up. UK-based artist Kyle Kirkpatrick constructs these wonderfully tiny dioramas using the topographies of carved books. Via the artist: My practice is primarily concerned with the notion of the imagined landscape. I don’t know about you but given the right disposable book (blasphemy!) > art's factory > exposition > " l'art pute " de moolinex -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- l'art pute de moolinex > exposition du 10 au 31 mars 2005 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Vous souhaitez obtenir plus d'informations sur cette exposition ? N'hésitez pas à nous contacter par mail > ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Moolinex (*) est un artiste complexe et polymorphe. Illustrateur, il est publié par Les Requins Marteaux, le Dernier Cri, mais aussi au sein du magazine Ferraille dont il est l'un des fondateurs. Le parcours de Moolinex se construit par la recherche et l'expérimentation, un cheminement qui le conduit à une perpétuelle remise en question. A l'origine de son imaginaire il y a les comics. Pas de frontières esthétiques chez Moolinex, pas de techniques préétablies non plus. Florence Beaugier

Zim and Zou Official poster of the SXSW Film Festival 2014 (Austin, Texas). In collaboration with Gravillis. Austin's symbols : - Paramount Theater - Food Trailer Parks - South Congress Bridge bats (- The Texas Capitol) "Our goal was to create a poster that did not feel like it could be easily digitally reproduced. Here are some vector art with monsters and strange characters.Digital Art, Illustration2009 The Creative License I am an author and creative director dividing my time between Los Angeles and New York. I am working on several projects with publishers and with clients while speaking at conferences and organizations here and in Europe. Before setting up this new bi-coastal life, I was Managing Director and Executive Creative Director of mcgarrybowen in New York. I helped build the agency, from its humble origins as a couple of dozen people sitting in a room looking at the phone and waiting for it to ring — to the global behemoth (1,000+ people, offices on three continents) it is today. We were named Ad Agency of the Year (twice by Ad Age and once by Ad Week which is apparently more picky) and I am proud to share in the credit for that. In our first ten years, we won a crazy number of accounts including Chase, Verizon, Chevron, Reebok, United, Kraft, Sears and Disney. I am also an author and have written and illustrated seven best-selling books on art and creativity.

Tableaux de Gustav Klimt  Éternels Éclairs Allée du parc de Schloß Kammer, par Gustav Klimt Bord de rivière de Schloß Kammer, par Gustav Klimt Eglise de Cassone, par Gustav Klimt Hêtraie, par Gustav Klimt Jardin au crucifix, par Gustav Klimt Jardin fleuri avec tournesols, par Gustav Klimt Le grand peuplier, par Gustav Klimt Le tournesol, par Gustav Klimt Litzlberg au bord de l'eau, par Gustav Klimt Maison de campagne autrichienne, par Gustav Klimt Maison forestière, par Gustav Klimt Rosiers sous les arbres, par Gustav Klimt Adèle Bloch-Bauer (I), par Gustav Klimt Adèle Bloch-Bauer (II), par Gustav Klimt Bébé, par Gustav Klimt Dame à la fourrure, par Gustav Klimt Emilie Flöge, par Gustav Klimt Femme à l'éventail, par Gustav Klimt Fredericke Maria Beer, par Gustav Klimt Johanna Staude, par Gustav Klimt La baronne Elisabeth Bachofen-Echt, par Gustav Klimt Les amies, par Gustav Klimt Schubert au piano, par Gustav Klimt Sonja Knips, par Gustav Klimt Adam et Eve, par Gustav Klimt Danaé, par Gustav Klimt Espoir (I), par Gustav Klimt

Wild Animals World by Fumiaki Kawahata You're reading a free preview. Pages 4 to 17 are not shown in this preview. You're reading a free preview. Pages 21 to 70 are not shown in this preview. Hyper-real Choi Xooang is a Seoul based artist who sculpts concrete bodies. This may sound kinda “whatever” at first, but we come to be surprised at his ability to grasp the world in a pathological way. Choi’s understanding of the world began with his 10-20 cm miniature figures suffering from an expansive delusion, do not realize their relative diminutiveness and tend to overstate their ability and situation. He visualizes the properties of each individual through one spreading rumor, one who has a huge head too heavy to stand up, one who begs for money with huge hands, one who has an extraordinary sense of smell, and one who has huge feet. Also, he employs a partly hyper-realistic technique as well as other methods of exaggeration, abbreviation, and modification, using his own formative language. “Art is the perpetual invention of detail, the choice of words, the exquisite care of execution.” Talk to my handSweet and spooky HallowsMy art is trying to escapeThe spirit of Kyoto Like this: