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Little People - a tiny street art project

Little People - a tiny street art project

Ne jamais croire le vendeur : petite check-list à utiliser sans modération Gentlemen, nous avons souvent écrit dans ces colonnes que l’une des premières règles à respecter lors de l’achat d’un costume en prêt-à-porter était de ne jamais croire le vendeur maison dont l’objectif est quasiment toujours moins de vous rendre élégant que de vous vendre soit les pièces les plus onéreuses de sa boutique, soit d’écouler un stock de pièces qui ne se vendent pas. Dans ce registre, les énormités auxquelles j’ai moi-même été confronté durant toutes ces années sont légion et il me faudrait un livre entier pour les consigner de manière exhaustive. Ceci étant dit, il convient tout de même de ne pas généraliser, car il existe aussi, fort heureusement, quelques bons professionnels qui font bien leur métier et qui peuvent être d’excellents conseillers, même s’ils sont, il faut bien l’avouer, assez rares. Premièrement servez vous de vos yeux : - Ensuite prononcez simplement le mot « entoilage » et observez la réaction de votre interlocuteur. Cheers, HUGO

Image of the Day: Aquarium Phonebooth - Food - GOOD - StumbleUpon Lighting designer Benoit Deseille and artist Benedetto Bufalino transformed this phone booth in Lyon, France, into an aquarium, as part of the city's annual Festival of Light. In an accompanying statement, the artists explain the inspiration behind the piece: With the advent of the mobile telephone, telephone booths lie unused. We rediscover this glass cage transformed into an aquarium, full of exotically colored fish; an invitation to escape and travel. It's a creative way to transform disused infrastructure into an everyday source of wonder and beauty—or, if you're of a more pessimistic frame of mind, a vision of our climate-changed future. On top of that, there's something whimsically compelling about seeing tropical fish interacting with a phone: cross-species communication, anyone? Story and images via PopTech, via the Institute for Augmented Ecology.

Everyday Objects Come Alive - Part 3 Cookie Crumbs Terry Border is one of our favorite creative people on the planet. He never ceases to amaze us, as he takes boring, everyday objects and makes them come alive! What's great about his work is that it can be enjoyed by everyone. Young or old, we can all get a good chuckle out of his hilarious, bent objects. "I always knew that my weird point of view was my gift or perhaps curse, so I'm glad I finally found a use for it," Terry says. Rejection Ice Cube Dreams Pick Him Crime Scene Chained to the Desk Peanut Mourning The American Way Waiting for the Train Practical Yolker Bruised Jump! More Terry Border:Terry Border Makes Everyday Objects Come AliveEveryday Objects Come Alive - Part 2Everyday Objects Looking for Love Terry Border's website via [Telegraph]

Best Street Art of 2011 - StumbleUpon December 27, 2011 | 72 Comments » | Topics: Art, Pics Hot Stories From Around The Web Other Awesome Stories Thomas Kellner - Photography in Art: The Artist Thomas Kellner has shown his work in solo exhibitions in: Aarhus, Brasilia, Boston, Chicago, Cologne, Giessen, Hamburg, London, Los Angeles, Munich, New York, Portland, Siegen, Stuttgart, among others. His work has been shown in important group exhibitions, such as... After Photoshop: Manipulated Photography in the Digital Age The Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Houston Texas USA, 2013 "Madrid Oh Cielos!" Círculo de Bellas Artes, Madrid, Spain, curated by Luis Pereira, 2010 "A mind at play" The Art Institute of Chicago, USA, 2008 "Pieced Together: Photo Montage from the Collection" The Art Institute of Chicago, 2004 "Ars & Archittetura 1900–2000" Palazzo Ducale, Genoa/Italy, 2004 "Vues d’architecture" Musée de Grenoble/France, 2002.

The Art of Paul Kuczynski - mashKULTURE - StumbleUpon Take a look at some paintings by artist, Paul Kuczynski. More after the jump. Фото и рисунки, арт и креативная реклама - StumbleUpon carved-book-landscapes-by-guy-laramee from - StumbleUpon (click images for detail) For the better part of three decades multidisciplinary artist Guy Laramee has worked as a stage writer, director, composer, a fabricator of musical instruments, a singer, sculptor, painter and writer. Among his sculptural works are two incredible series of carved book landscapes and structures entitled Biblios and The Great Wall, where the dense pages of old books are excavated to reveal serene mountains, plateaus, and ancient structures. Of these works he says: So I carve landscapes out of books and I paint Romantic landscapes. Laramee’s next show will be in April of 2012 at the Galerie d’Art d’Outremont in Montreal.

Dream Big by Peter Fecteau | koikoikoi - StumbleUpon “Dream Big” was a year-long project in which Pete created a mosaic of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. using 4,242 Rubik’s Cubes. > Most Amazing Miniature Food Artworks by Shay Aaron | The Wondrous Design... - StumbleUpon Shay Aaron is a brilliant artist from Israel who makes the most astonishing miniature food jewelry. These foodstuffs look so beautiful that we would desire to eat them. Actually, there’s a whole market out there for miniature food. Not actual stuff you can eat, but beautifully hand made designs of steaks, burgers, pies, vegetables, eggs and pretty much anything you can think of.