I just absolutely LOVE these paintings by Nicholas Bohac. They merge simplicity of form and complexity of color to create a surreal illustrative landscape. LOVE! via booooooom
I’ve been following Yulia Gorodinski for a while now. I always really get excited when I see her pop up in my google reader… however I make sure not to click at work. Her works are very revealing but I find them to be absolutely beautiful. innocent and provocative. Follow her blog at http://yuliagorodinski.tumblr.com/. The […]
I just love these two shots posted on Triangle Triangle the other day.
This installation done by Gregory Euclide for the Biennial of the America’s in Denver, CO is absolutely stunning. It is titled: “Because There’s a There, Here’s Just Fine” Materials are: “Acrylic, cedar, cigarette butts, eurocast, fertilizer, foam, found plastic, garbage from Denver parks, insulation, lichen, moss, organic material from Denver, sponge, steel 55 gallon drum, […]
I just love this work from Berlin based Judith Sang. I saw this series “Trift” a while back and forwarded it to a friend. It has now hit the radar again and I just can’t not post it up this time. The clean edges and slick finish of the tops of the wood blocks are […]
I can’t even begin to explain why the work of Sam Winston is an inspiration. Every single intricate detail of everything he does has purpose and meaning. down to a letter or circle. So, you really need to go to his website and check it out for yourself. http://www.samwinston.com/found via the strange attractor
After keeping this post by ISO50 in my rss reader for a week or so, I finally got around to checking it out. My goodness, the work of Maxim Zhestkov takes my breath away. Thanks for sharing Alex. Check out more on his website http://www.zhestkov.com/ and Flickr
I’ve been following the work of Jason Lazarus for a while now. I recently came across a new project he started called the “Too Hard To Keep” Archive. It is a blog in which he takes submissions from anyone in the world of photos that they have that are “too hard to keep.” he archives […]
awesome stuff from Peter Alexander. Check out his website: http://www.peteralexander.com/ Via But Does It Float
I just love the simplicity of this piece by Valentina De’ Mathà. view more work: valentinadematha.com vdmphotographer.com found via
I’m loving these paper sculptures by Mia Liu. And then.. when seen to scale… I love them even more due to their large size! Stunning. Check out more via her Flickr Stream via
Absolutely loving the work of Hollis Brown Thornton. Best use of the medium of markers I’ve ever seen. Also, loving the oil painting. I’d put that in my house. Go to http://www.hollisbrownthornton.com/ to see more! -sara
The film is of an installation by a contemporary French artist called Celeste Boursier-Mougenot.
I really loved the exploration of one of the most common shapes: the Star. He came up with some of the most interesting work based on that symbol. facinating. ~sara Artist: Gilberto Zorio Venue: Museo d’Arte Moderna di Bologna Curated By: Gianfranco Maraniello Date: October 15, 2009 – February 7th, 2010 VIA: http://www.contemporaryartdaily.com/2009/12/gilberto-zorio-at-mambo/ Check Out […]
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I’ve been a fan of Audrey’s work for some time now. Here are images and text from her latest blog post on her latest show! ‘Hajimari – a prelude’ my ‘Hajimari’ solo show opened last night at Jonathan Levine Gallery in NY. Thankyou to everyone who came out! it was a pleasure meeting all of […]
Via /// More at Kashya Hildebrand Gallery.
“Motoi Yamamoto is a Japanese artist who does installations made of salt. These huge, and incredibly meticulous labrynths are site specific, and the end result is nothing short of amazing.” VIA: Design You Trust & Collectiva http://www.colectiva.tv/wordpress/lang/en-us/motoi-yamamoto/ http://designyoutrust.com/2009/05/18/motoi-yamamotos-salt-installations/
This is truly some of the best paper-work form installations I’ve seen. Please, go to the website to see more! http://www.andreaskocks.com/
via: /// Kai is a wall installation by the Polish artist Jerzy Goliszewski. More at: Today and Tomorrow