Last time morning looked so much fun was when I woke up drunk. But what you are about to see is a morning from a very unique point of view, where stop motion takes over and every thing else comes second. [ Continue Reading ]
Check out the the sort of eye catching photography by some Japanese guys whose names I’m far too lazy to pronounce or even type. You can get upset. It’s okay. But check out these photos. They’re really not half bad. [ Continue Reading ]
Heike Weber installations are imaginative to say the least. To be able to take a permanent marker to a floor and make something as very intricate as “Utopia” or “Dorotheum” is extraordinary. The paperworks are different from art on paper that I’ve seen, with interwoven shapes much likes those in the floor installations and cutout pieces that I’m sure have more meaning behind them than I’m picking up on. Moving on.
Amandine Alessandra, photographer and graphic designer, has created Wearable Lettering, a series that (apparently) argues for free speech (because you can avoid a tax on advertising if you make your body a “mobile message display.”) Besides that, using the human body as a display can make art into performance pieces, especially when a bunch of people get together. [ Continue Reading ]
Cookie splash art by De Vetpan–It’s colourful, there’s a lot of movement, and there’s not a lot to be said here. It’s cookies splashing into various liquids held inside various types of mugs on a mixture of types of tables. Though I know this takes some careful setting up and a knack with photography, I am not entirely sure what the point is. It’s a study in movement and fun with cookies, I suppose. Have a look and weigh in for yourself. The colours are really splashy (hardy har) and vivid, so they’ll catch your eye most certainly. [ Continue Reading ]