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The Takeo Takei Lab of Ornithology The Takeo Takei Lab of Ornithology Takeo Takei, 1974 Takeo Takei, 1967 Takeo Takei, 1968 Takeo Takei, 1969 Takeo Takei, 1970 Takeo Takei, 1973 Works by one of my favorite artists, Takeo Takei (1894-1982). Carson Ellis | Welcome Irving Harper: Works in Paper 02.07.13 — By Jill Singer To say Irving Harper once worked in the office of George Nelson is kind of like saying Hillary Clinton once worked in the office of Barack Obama — Harper’s contributions were almost too many to count. He worked under Nelson for 17 years and was responsible for some of the studio’s — and design history’s — most famous works, including the Marshmallow sofa and Herman Miller’s still-current logo. Rizzoli recently published a book on Harper, but it wasn’t to set the record straight about who did what (there’s long been controversy over Nelson receiving credit for things that were actually authored by Harper.) No, the book, Irving Harper: Works in Paper , reveals Harper’s even more secret life: the intricate paper sculptures he began constructing in his Westchester County home way back in 1963 and which he continued to make until about 10 years ago, when, he says, he ran out of room to display them.

Moleskine Notebook Art by Kerby Rosanes | purple leaves Разговор с художником: про картины, деньги и персональную выставку / Locals Ирина Лесик рассказала нам о том, как молодому художнику сделать персональную выставку, как определить стоимость своей картины и как продать своё творчество. Справка: Ирина ЛЕСИК в 2002 году окончила Республиканский Художественный Колледж, затем Академию Музыки, Театра и Изобразительных искусств, факультет изобразительного и декоративного искусства, по специальности «графика». Свою первую персональную выставку организует в 1997 году в средней школе № 12. Затем следуют около 15-ти выставок коллективных и персональных, художественных, графических и фото. С 28 октября 2011 по 8 января 2012 в художественной галерее городка Фихтен (культурный центр Баварии) пройдёт персональная выставка графики Ирины. О персональной выставке Персональную выставку стоит делать, когда у тебя есть не менее 30 зрелых работ. Например, в прошлом году у меня была выставка во Французском альянсе. Как формируется цена на картины Сложно сказать, как оценить стоимость картины. Выставка заграницей И опять про деньги

japanese-inspired illustrations from longyan-based creatvie TANSE See below for some Japanese-inspired illustrations from Longyan-based illustrator TANSE. We love these. Very cool! For more from TANSE on NeochaEDGE, link here. For more from illustration on NeochaEDGE, link here. /// TS More Creative Inspiration Sam Pierpoint - Illustrator, Artist & Pattern Designer, Southampton | Sam Pierpoint WESLEY ALLSBROOK ILLUSTRATION Alex Grey Hi-Fructose Vol. 31 Preview! Our new issue of Hi-Fructose New Contemporary Art Magazine arrives in April and features a beautiful cover and feature by Fuco Ueda, the art of Ray Caesar, interactive graphic work by Brosmind, the sculptures of Erika Sanada, Tristram Lansdowne’s otherworldly architectural paintings, Laura Ball’s constructed animal paintings, painter, Justin Bower’s glitch paintings, Jordan Kasey, surreal photography and origami works by Alma Haser, Brandi Milne’s new book, an interview with Long Gone John about this new B-Kawz release, and a very special 16 page insert by Al Columbia, featuring beautiful reproductions of his works on paper, and more! Pre-order a copy today! Erika Sanada Al Columbia special sketchbook insert Al Columbia Tristam Lansdowne Jordan Kasey Ray Caesar Justin Bower Alma Haser Laura Ball Brosmind

Harry Clarke's Haunting 1919 Illustrations for Edgar Allan Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination by Maria Popova Artful Edwardian-era erotica at the intersection of the whimsical and the macabre. Somewhere between Henry Holiday’s weird paintings for Lewis Carroll and Edward Gorey’s delightfully grim alphabet fall Harry Clarke‘s hauntingly beautiful and beautifully haunting 1919 illustrations for Edgar Allan Poe’s Tales of Mystery and Imagination — a collection of 29 of Poe’s tales of the magical and the macabre. So lavish was the artwork that a copy of the “deluxe” Clarke-illustrated edition went for 5 guineas in 1919, or about $300 in today’s money. Eerie and erotic, Clarke’s illustrations bring his Edwardian-era aesthetic and early Art Nouveau influences to the post-Victorian liberated fascination with sensuality. See more illustrations at the always-wonderful 50 Watts, who took care to scan the images above. Clarke’s style brings to mind a beautiful German short film I recently shared, titled The Boundaries of Life and Death and inspired by Poe: ᔥ 50 Watts ↬ FastCo Design

Ryusuke Fukahori e seus peixes dourados Nas fotos, os peixes de Ryusuke Fukahori são bonitos, mas se você puder ver um de seus aquários ao vivo poderá tomar um susto ou ficar de queixo caído. Perceberá que não são peixes de verdade, mas pinturas fascinantes que ganham vida pelas mãos deste extraordinário artista japonês. © Ryusuke Fukahori (foto de Dominic Alves). Três períodos foram de grande importância na vida de Fukahori: 1973, quando veio ao mundo, na província japonesa de Aichi; 1995, quando se graduou pela Aichi Prefectual University of Fine Arts and Music; e, finalmente, 2000, quando, ao passar por uma crise sobre sua visão artística, buscou inspiração no que seria a fonte de grande inspiração: o peixinho dourado que possuía há mais de 7 anos. Desde então, tornaram-se inseparáveis na vida e no trabalho. A técnica de Fukahori consiste em pinturas de tinta acrílica sobre camadas de resina transparente. Sua admiração pelo peixe dourado vem de sua crença na origem similar que este tem com a história do Japão.