Place A Cylindrical Mirror On These Drawings And They Instantly Come To Life István Orosz is a Hungarian artist who is known for his use of the technique anamorphosis. Orosz will create a drawing, that at first glance could seem abstract. It is not until he places a cylindrical mirror on the artwork that the illustration comes to life. Sleep No More Sleep No More is an indoor promenade performance lasting up to three hours. There are five arrival times for each performance ranging from 6:00pm-12:00am depending on the day of the week. After admission, guests embark upon an individual journey and may stay inside the performance for as long as they wish. Following the culminating moment of the performance guests are welcome to stay on at the Manderley Bar. Any guests checking in that are under the age of 16 years old need to be accompanied by a ticketed guardian or parent and a waiver will need to be filled out with the Office of House Management.
Alyssa Monks Alyssa Monks is blurring the line between abstraction and realism by layering different spaces and moments in her paintings. She flipped background and foreground using semi-transparent filters of glass, vinyl, steam, and water over shallow spaces in her 10-year long water series. Today, she is imposing a transparent landscape of infinite space over evocative subjects. The tension in her paintings is sustained by the composition and also by the surface quality itself. Each brushstroke is thickly applied oil paint, like a fossil recording every gesture and decision, expressing the energetic and empathic experience of the handmade object.
This Man Turns Bananas Into Clever Playful Art Stephan Brusche is a Dutch artist based in Rotterdam. A few years ago, he began doodling on banana peels, then posting the images to Instagram. Since then, he has received quite a bit of attention for his “fruit doodles”. He is continuously looking for innovative ways to reimagine how we perceive something as simple as fruit. Mobile Studio Architects creates giant flip-books in the forest London-based Mobile Studio Architects has collaborated with students at a US summer camp to create a series of oversized flip-books that depict fictional forest tales. Titled Universal Play Machine, the project utilises the traditional flip-book animation technique but on a much larger scale. Mobile Studio Architects worked with Beam Camp in the forests of New Hampshire to realise the project.
andrés castañeda models: Alintzin Morena tumblr facebook Tisha Maly tumblr facebook by andrés castañeda (+ tumblr facebook twitter) Learn the Rules Like a Pro by Pantelis Nikolaides SVA Class of 2008 “Learn the rules like a pro, so you can break them like an artist.”-Pablo Picasso Working in the design and motion graphics industry has had its ups and downs throughout the years. All of the entrepreneurial endeavors, traveling, events, meetings and long work days have been at times very strenuous and taxing on the creative mind, which can then lead to poor design choices, and, at times, unhappiness.
25 Of The Most Creative Sculptures And Statues From Around The World Our cities are full of majestic monuments, unexpected sculptures and artistic statues, each having a story to tell. Thousands of them have been made but only a few of them are really extraordinary and picture-worthy. That’s why our readers set out to find the world’s most creative statues and sculptures, which add color and emotion to the most boring areas of the cities.