These fashionable paintings by Guim Tió of Barcelona make me smile. | via The Fox is Black
8 bit art that will blow your mind. More of him here and here
Magical composite photographic works. Found images and snapshots compiled into detailed fantasy stories by Portland artist Jim Kazanjian
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
Being from Miami, winter can be especially hard for me. I’m constantly seeking out ways to cheer myself up when the sun doesn’t quite rise for (what seems like) days on end. Tanning salons, hot yoga, wearing a bikini underneath my 10 layers of clothing – I’ve tried all the cheap mental tricks in the [...]
Cindy Sherman created this series of photos wearing clothes from Balenciaga back in 2008. The photos are set up to comment on the never ending supply of party photos in magazines and websites, showing aging socialites, party girls and boys, and the fashionably disdainful. This series was lesser known than some of her other collaborations [...]
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 [...]
Jenny Holzer is one of my favorite artists for a few reasons: She uses large scale public displays to reach as many people as possible She’s a successful female artist with an amazing collection of art by other awesome female artists (Louise Bourgeois and Kiki Smith to name a few) Since the mid-90s she’s been [...]
An amazing collection of tools and other everyday items collected by Ettore Guatelli and displayed on his farm in Parma. There are over 60,000 items organized into types/sizes and other ephemera. The idea behind the collection is both to express an aesthetic point of view, but also to document the history of each item.
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
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