Discovered some bizarre, Czech children’s illustrations here.
I’ve really been enjoying the work of Mr. Armstrong lately. He does all kinds of wonderful large scale art deco architectural wonders using a variety of media & techniques.
Espen Friberg, a piece of Yokoland, appears to have updated. I may be way off with this post. Either way, one of my faves. Add Espen on Flickr as well.
Further mining of the ATM Gallery site dug up Eric Sall. Nice use of space.
Boom, our latest publication has finally landed! A work of art that explores the relationship between nature, motion and sound, The Interpretation takes us on a languid journey through a slowly flourishing forest. Hinting at vague memories of microbiology and rotating through a cool organic spectrum of greens, blues, browns, blacks and whites; this motion-based work will entrance…
Eric Carlson (formerly YWFT) and H/H crew were interviewed by the Walker for an upcoming gallery project here. For more info: Hardland Heartland Eric Carlson
“Seeking political asylum, Ahmed Alsoudani left Iraq for the United States in 1999. His paintings and drawings reflect the troubled contemporary history of his home country, yet they belong to a tradition of painting depicting war and atrocity.”
I have always enjoyed seeing Gunta Stolzl’s work, but never have seen more than ten or so of her works. Gunta’s work often seems to be overshadowed by the male Bauhaus team of geniuses. It is hard to see why her work was not represented better after looking at this site. Amazing stuff.
Often we like the things we could/would find ourselves doing. For example, these stacked totems of colors and shapes by Pica Pica.
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