Bjork’s long awaited Biophilia project is slowly revealing itself. Today marks the launch of the video for ‘Crystalline’, the first single off of the iPad inspired project set to launch in it’s entirety on September 27. The video, by Michel Gondry, a long time Bjork collaborator, is beautiful and inspiring as expected.
This duo makes confetti and party decorations for a living. We have to admit, we’re slightly jealous of their career choice. Their recent feature on the Selby also makes us a little envious.
Bruce Davidson is one of the most renowned photographers of our time. A box set of a large collection of his work was published this summer by Steidl, if you hurry quick they still have a few first edition copies left! Of course, our favorite series of his will be always be Brooklyn Gang <3
The Flaming Lips have nothing to prove. If if they want to make every video from their latest album be the same thing: a naked girl in a blindfold with some psychedelic stuff going on, I guess we can’t complain. It’s not lazy. It’s thematic… right? Either way, click the picture above to watch the [...]
Loving these foam Venus sculptures by Etienne Gros. So simple, so evocative. Truly beautiful, and SOFT! | via BOOOOOOM!
I really like something about “Views from the Internet,” by Penelope Umbrico. This was conceived and displayed for the New York Photography Festival in 2008. So pretty. From her site: “Views from the Internet” (2006 ongoing) is a project that investigates the views through windows on home improvement Internet sites. The windows in these places [...]
Since the crisis in Japan began, creative communities around the world have done their part to do what they can. As a lot of artists or freelancers we know are living on a shoe-string budget, it can often be difficult finding a way you can contribute to causes, even when you feel so strongly about [...]
David Horvitz is a Brooklyn-based artist whom I admire and respect very much. In his new project 58 Cents, he aims to pay off the entirety of his student loan debt by asking total strangers to send payments to Sallie Mae, one 58-cent-check at a time. Wish I’d thought of this first… Funny, smart, practical.
David Bowen’s installation, on view at The National Museum in Wroclaw, Poland, “re-creates a wave by drawing real-time information from a buoy on the Pacific Ocean. The wave intensity and frequency is scaled and transferred to the mechanical grid structure,” through the use of wires. We
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