photo by Robert Banat Tom Fruin’s Watertower is a new sculpture installed on the rooftop of 20 Jay Street in the DUMBO neighborhood of Brooklyn. As part of his series Icon, the first to be placed in the US, Fruin utilized plexiglass and steel to create a sculptural piece atop a water tower platform on [...]
OK OK OK… so much to <3 about this series: Petra Cortright, Queen of the Net Preteen Gallery Awesome digital collage technique, reminds me of something I’ve been working on… This awesome project comes from a collaboration between Petra and photographer Franklin Collao, for the latest issue of Caviar Izquierda. | via Petra’s Facebook
I don’t know much about artist/designer/printmaker Nathaniel Russell. I just stumbled onto his blog from a facebook link and found these flyers. They look like a sketchbook/self-motivated thing, but you can see more of his personal work on his site.
Os Gemeos have a new mural up in New York City, in collaboration with street artist Futura. This particular piece is a whopping 80 ft tall. The shorts are a patchwork of different flags from around the world. Definitely a representation of the diversity of this fine city. If you’re in the neighborhood, you should [...]
Relationshapes is a (finished?) comic serial that ran on The Hairpin for the last several months. It always makes me laff. You really have to view them in context to truly appreciate them. But you won’t regret it.
Seemingly quiet for most of 2010, B’L’ing is a traveling trading post that screens and exchanges bootleg video art and rare media. This is their “RGB Poster,” composed of several colorful film stills. Also love these BL’ing alternative movie posters by Amy Yao.
Yochai Matos, probably best known for his fluorescent light sculptures, has also been hitting the streets of Tel Aviv for years, using glitter, glue, and graffiti (and ceramic tiles?) to show us the stuff he