I’ve stumbled upon old photographs of Picasso producing light drawings documented by Gjon Mili, a photographer for the Life Magazine, in southern France in 1940.
Times (Wall Street), a series of photographs by Ang Choon Leng or Clang ruminates on our time and existence within a space or environment. I often dwell upon urban and contemporary themes and landscapes; be it the city or its inhabitants. Intrigued by subtle changes in my environment, I find a corresponding shift in my...
You may know Oliver Jeffers as a children’s book illustrator, including the author of those fun and intuitive digital books, though did not know that he is also a painter and a collage artist. According to Gestalten, Jeffers will be having a solo exhibition at their gallery Gestalten Space in Berlin from November 29, 2012...
Artist Bryan Nash Gill made these beautiful woodcut prints of concentric organic lines from cross-section barks of trees.
An interesting read on Clara Balaguer and the art scene in Manila. Interview with Freunde von Freunden.
A retrospective exhibit of the work of Roger Ballen collected in his fifty years as a photographer. Most of his work are portraits of people he came across whilst his visit to South Africa and Americas as a geologist, capturing compelling and contrasting images on his 4 x 4 camera. Shadow Land is currently showing at...
Find this interactive app quite fascinating from Pentagram for 2wice Arts Foundation. Choreographed by Jonah Boaker and directed by Ben Louis Nicholas.
Wasted Rita shares her sense of humor and sarcasm in these small posters available on her site.
Collages from Brent Schoepf.
A lovely short interview with Designer and Illustrator Sarah Illenberger by Freunde von Freunden in her home in Berlin.
Tate Museum is having an exhibition of Damien Hirst‘s work from April 4 through September 9th.
I found some gorgeous paintings by artist Jill Hooper quite recently from Stitch Design Company and Ann Long Fine Art. I was engrossed with the portraits, stills, and figure sketches. Her work is currently on exhibit in Gibbes Museum in Charleston, South Carolina until April 22.
An interesting perspective from photographer Nanako Koyama, a series called Every Morning, where different individuals from different continents going through their routine. In the modern era of expanding globalization We wear similar clothes, We eat similar foods, But we are still different – still individuals Every morning
Von is one of the popular artists in London lately, and his work can be seen in the streets of London decked with his illustrations. Some samples of his work is shown on the portfolio or mailout produced by Made by Six.
Australian based Freelance Designer Bianca Chang, also part time paper artist produced these meticulous two-dimensional sculptures from 80gsm recycled paper. I could only wish to gain her mad skill with the x-acto knife.
Artist Haruka Kojin made an installation of reflections from acrylic lenses hanging from the ceiling distorting our perception of space. Source: But Does it Float
Peep-Hole is a non-profit organization dedicated to contemporary art in Milan. These Peep-Hole sheets are quarterly publications written by artists, and published by Mousse Publishing.
Born and raised in Kharkov, Ukraine, Stanislava Pinchuk or Miso is an artist known for her maidens and symmetrical babushkas framing front doors. They are usually embellished with lovely geometric patterns painted on large print paper. She is now based in Melbourne, Australia where she exhibits her work in Vacancy Gallery and Gorker Gallery. ...
One might find humour and fascination in Mike Guppy’s work. He usually takes imagery and technology that we encounter from our daily lives, and renders them suspended, somehow disassociating the viewers from its original context. “The web is a perfect example of how technology transforms society, and we’re right amidst it. This is where...