Pyrite 004

May 17th, 2011

Pyrite 004 by Dylan Fisher.

Visible Structures

May 9th, 2011

Visible Structures is a series of 12 pieces of furniture designed by Nendo. They are made from foam core that is reinforced with industrial strength carbon tape. Those strips of tape are the visible structure but also a graphical element. I’m really tempted to try this out myself.

found at designboom weblog

David Lyle

April 14th, 2011

David Lyle makes oil-paintings inspired by snapshots from the 1950s, 60s and 70s mixed with references to pop culture. I like them.

found at ignant

Select Sunsets

April 7th, 2011

This is my selection of Select Sunsets by Laurel Schwulst.

found at Rhizome

Through The Barricades

April 4th, 2011

L017 is Angelo Bramanti and Giuseppe Siracusa and they prefer the use of waste materials and recycled objects to create their artworks. For their “Through The Barricades” piece they’ve used vinyl records. I quite like it but I’m not sure about the frame.

WASTED GERMAN BEER

March 25th, 2011

WASTED GERMAN BEER is WASTED GERMAN YOUTH‘s latest offspring. It’s a Bavarian controlled organic farming bioland eco beer. Can anyone give me a better name for a beer? Anyway, the WASTED GERMAN BEER launch is today, so if you’re in Berlin drop by at Memhardstrasse 1, 10178 Berlin between 2 and 7PM.

Quadratura

March 15th, 2011

Of all the video projection on architecture projects out there, I still like Pablo Valbuena his best. One of his latest projects is called Quadratura, a site-specific installation presented at Matadero Madrid, Spain. Quadratura was the technique used in the baroque to extended architecture through trompe l’oeil and perspective constructions generated with paint or sculpture.

A Sequence of Lines Consecutively Traced by Five Hundred Individuals

February 15th, 2011

Clement Valla asked 500 Amazon’s Mechanical Turk users to trace a line. The first user started with a straight line, the next user had to trace the previous user’s trace. I guess it’s no surprise that the last trace doesn’t remind you about the initial straight line. The result is “A Sequence of Lines Consecutively Traced by Five Hundred Individuals”. The cool thing about this is the fact that Clement only payed $0.02 for every trace, so it has only cost him $10.
You can still participate in Clement’s current project “Copy Images using a simple drawing tool“, you’ll get $0,04 per drawing.

Fold II

February 1st, 2011

Fold II by Riyo Nemeth, a Photoshop gradient effect printed and folded along the line.

Cracks of Dawn

January 27th, 2011

Cracks of Dawn by Eric Yahnker. Maybe not his most deep artwork, but it made me chuckle.

found via It’s Nice That


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