I LOVE box people. Seriously. I may need to start a collection and put little jelly beans in their tummies. Link: Marshall Alexander.
Author: Erin Loechner
This is hands down my favorite embroidered handkerchief to date. My favorite art is often cultural, and you can’t get much more “cultured” than Facebook, yes? Link: Kate O’Connor.
Another fantastic Christmas idea— doodle a box for your loved one! Although I have to say, unless your name is Vincent Bechet, you may have a few less-than-impressed recipients. Link: the box doodle project.
A nice photo series from Henry Hadlow and Ed Cornish. Rather than manipulating their work through Photoshop, the two used a camera to mimic common Photoshop effects showing that sometimes the best photography should be left untouched. Or unREtouched, I suppose. Link: Henry Hadlow
Depicting Motion is a series by Vassillis which reverses the process of a normal film. Each image shows a tiny portion of the space for just one moment in time. Very interesting results. Link: www.ma-genta.co.uk
Suzanne Huskey made a textile forest. Suzanne— how about a textile tree house for me to live in your wonderful creation? Link: Forests. Related link: A different kind of tree.
At least, I’m assuming that says $3.50 and not $350, because boy would that be one heck of a sandwich. Link: New Collectors Club.
I’ve been craving wall decals that aren’t boring lately and drove over to Blik in Venice this weekend to find they were closed. :( Sadness. BUT, I came home to find new Domestic designs, which is like my ALL-TIME favorite decal place in the world. And I sort of love — Continue reading
Justin sent me an email with his work this afternoon and MY GOODNESS, I just have to kick off the 3-day weekend with his vision. I like to think these are little aliens laughing in their own secret code at how badly we’ve messed up our planet. Or… planets? Link: — Continue reading
I like to sometimes pretend I’m the subject in a specific piece of art. What am I thinking, feeling? Am I cutting up an ex-lover’s letters or my bank statements? Or am I simply in the beginning stage of a papier mache project? I assume only dear Penelope can answer — Continue reading
Wowza. I simply LOVE Anna Fidler and good gracious, this piece ‘Correspondences’ is just beautiful. Quite worth a trip to the Portland Art Museum if you’re in the area. Link: Anna Fidler Pulliam Deffenbaugh Gallery
This is one of those fascinating projects that you see beautifully and wonderfully executed and wonder why the majority of our culture deems art as “wall-hangings.” Well done, Charlie. Well done. Link: Human Mirror at Improv Everywhere
Oh Zoe Papadopoulou. Had I discovered you a tad earlier, I would have followed you all the way to RCA. And by follow, I mean stalk. So we’re clear. But I didn’t. What i did discover, however, is your project entitled ‘Knitted Shields,’ which I looooove. And even more so, — Continue reading