Deborah Zlotsky has exhibited across the country, and her drawings are in the curated flat files of Pierogi Gallery and The Boston Drawing Project at Joseph Carroll and Sons Gallery. Her recent and upcoming projects include solo exhibitions at Robischon Gallery in Denver, the SACI Gallery at Studio Art Center International in Florence, Italy, and […]
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“Keep your cash and other personal belongings at hand in an aquatic manner by storing them inside this octopus purse. Each time you need to grab something, you simply pop open the clasp and dig through the octopus’s vacant body.” Link here. (via Thisiswhyimbroke)
Born and raised in Toba, Japan, Yoskay Yamamoto moved to the United States at the age of 15. A self-trained illustrator, Yamamoto’s artistic tastes expanded as he fell in love with the urban culture of the West coast. Yamamoto discovered a way to fuse the two different cultural backgrounds together into his work. Yamamoto nostalgically […]
Beautiful artwork by Adam Simpson commissioned by Studio Small for BAFTA. Each artwork is inspired by one of the 5 Best Film nominees in 2011: The Kings Speech, Black Swan, True Grit, Inception and The Social Network.
” My work is a retort towards the way this improper image of the flesh is advertised, manipulated and exploited, it tak” My work is a retort towards the way this improper image of the flesh is advertised, manipulated and exploited, it takes the form of large scale photo-realistic drawings using paper and chalk pastel […]
” My existing works would be best categorised as pop-surrealism and most are experimental portraits. I work with very mixed media. Many pieces are digitally born but are brought to life with a variety of materials: spray paint, acrylics, rubber, wood, resin, metal, and I’m partial to working with graphite. In everything I do, I […]
“…Gallaccio‘s installation “Stroke” is a curious combination of emotions – scatologically hilarious one moment, melancholy the next. Working well within a minimalist tradition, Gallaccio’s entropic urges go a step further than Richard Serra’s wall pieces or Richard Long’s mudworks. Feminist in material, natural in its decay, subversively Freudian, “Stroke” is an enigmatic and challenging work.” […]
Mimi Scholz has her roots in traditional art and animation and started to use the computer as an artistic tool in 2000 while she was working for film and design-agencies as an illustrator and animator.The endless opportunities of the digital world fascinated her from the start and she began to improve her technical skills in […]
An illustration series by Jules Julien created for a special exhibition at the Diesel Denim Gallery Aoyama in Tokyo, Japan.
Waking up to the friendly face of this tea infuser by Fred makes any morning a delight! This smiling sloth brews tea in its sturdy-yet-flexible silicone body – which fits perfectly over your favorite mug, taking each sip to dreamy new lands. Click here to buy.
The paintings by Hikari Shimoda expose the isolation and loneliness often felt by children as they try to make sense of the world around them. Her distortions of reality convey deeper feelings than more literal representations could. (via AkaTako.net)
The works of Penny Byrne are at once highly political and beautiful. Consistently working with ceramics, she combines vintage porcelain figures with other materials and objects that disrupt and unsettle the original figure. Sometimes Byrne paints text and motifs directly onto the porcelain surface or uses objects such as vintage Action Man accessories and decorative […]
‘ The project was commissioned by Vedema, a Luxury Collection Resort, one of Santorini’s most unique and prestigious hotels, built around a 400 year old winery made of dark volcanic stones. The hotel is located in the southern part of the island, in the scenic village of Megalochori, next to a wonderful large area of […]
The magnetic knife holder Petits anges (set of five) (little angles in French) by Domestic is both an inspired wall decoration and a knife stand to place your knives and kitchen tools in style. Simple and practical the wall stickers and knives stand Petits Anges are wall stickers that feature magnets that can hold your […]