Proofs of Concept is the web portfolio of Megan May Daalder, a talented artist and a dear friend. I love the way the info is (dis)organized on this site, and her work is always funny and thought-provoking.
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 [...]
Let’s be honest: there’s no shortage of fashion-magazine-collage art out there. It’s practically a genre in itself. But somehow, Vanessa Lamounier is able to make me look at things in a whole new way with her ugly, fractured, prismatic renderings of skinny blondes and naked girls in knee-highs. Check out her Flickr for more. | [...]
aka The Ultimate Illustrator. Smart, sharp work comes outta this guy every day. I follow his flickr and also his many stonerific sites like upper-cut.net and dot-jpg.
Get lost in Jessica Labbatte’s colorful world. | via Svartkonst
Charles Saatchi, Chapman Brothers Two Minute Portraits by Damien Florebert Cuypers. These were done at the Frieze Art Fair for Nowness. | via It’s Nice That Hans Ulrich Obrist (one of my personal heroes), Tracey Emin John Baldessari, Jeff Koons
We first learned about Shantell Martin when we went to a Moviehouse event at 3rd Ward back in 2009. She was performing her sketch projector project – Hidden Oras. During the performance, Ms Martin live-illustrates to music being played and often encourages the crowd to participate by interacting with the projection. Other than these performances, [...]
The Cards of Wu is a project by Ellis Nadler, and was conceived as a “satire on the Tarot in a set of 78 woodcuts.” As a reformed Tarot junky, I had a chuckle or two. | via Drawn
The Sketchbook Project is a new yearly exhibition organized by the Brooklyn Art House Co-Op. Organized through their local gallery/shop, The Brooklyn Art Library, The Sketchbook Project is a traveling exhibition of sketchbooks created by artists like YOU. “Anyone – from anywhere in the world – can be a part of the Project. To participate [...]
Canadian artist An Te Liu has been working with architecture and the theme of “place” for quite some time. This piece, Title Deed (2009), addresses the current housing crisis in a clever way. | via The Daily Mail
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