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It’s a Bird..it’s a Plane..it’s Pink Floyd

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PorscheS
May 19th, 2010

pinkfloyd1 Its a Bird..its a Plane..its Pink Floyd

If you’re cool then you know what this symbol defines. But I’ll tell you who is just a tad bit cooler…

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The swimming pool

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teresalj
May 18th, 2010

swimming pool 01 585x307 The swimming poolCould you live inside a swimming pool? The exhibit, made by Leandro Elrich, in one of the courtyards at the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art looks like it is a deep pool filled with water but in truth, the water is only 10 cm deep and atop transparent glass. Museum visitors can view the pool from above and from inside the pool. To those above looking down on those below, it would appear that the persons below are inside the water, walking about. To those below, the people above appear through a shimmer of water. Either way, it’s like seeing the world through a fish’s eyes. [ Continue Reading ]

THE Jeff Bailey Art Gallery…

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PorscheS
May 18th, 2010

bailey6 THE Jeff Bailey Art Gallery...

It’s always refreshing to meet someone who supports struggling artists, especially in the big city of New York; and Jeff Bailey is that someone.

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Ronnie James Dio ( July 10, 1942 – May 16, 2010 )

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MiMo
May 17th, 2010

dioAT 532x400 Ronnie James Dio ( July 10, 1942 – May 16, 2010 )Never thought I will be writing this so soon, here it goes. Ronnie James Dio was an American heavy metal vocalist, songwriter and an inspiration of vast amounts to all musicians around the world. He performed with Elf, Rainbow, Black Sabbath, Heaven & Hell, and his own band Dio. His most famous work is known on his first Black Sabbath album called Heaven and Hell as he replaced Ozzy Osbourne. This was the album that captured my attention at 11 years old and has been one of my favorites ever since. To many, Dio was known as one of heavy metal’s most powerful singers, renowned for his consistently powerful voice and for popularizing the “devil’s horns” hand gesture in metal culture. [ Continue Reading ]

Kelsey Brookes

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teresalj
May 14th, 2010

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Former biochemist turned scientist who can draw, Kelsey Brookes’ figures swirl and dance before the eye in colour and movement (making you really think and examine every detail.) The elephant with the wild eyes breaks free of the Goofball Gobbledygook, into what other dimension and from what dimension, I cannot say. It looks to be a pink lemonade world, judging from the aura of pink emanating from all around the creature. The Universe is in You greets me with soft, happy emotions flowing out from the flowers and unbroken circular shapes and the open hands of the figure.

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Want to know what’s up with this chair?

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Nicole
May 14th, 2010

10 DEBUG FURNITURE 01 268x399 Want to know whats up with this chair?Um…this is really weird.

This chair, dubbed the ‘debug’ chair, was presented at the Dutch Invertuals exhibition at Milan’s Design Week 2010. [ Continue Reading ]

Cookie Splash art

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teresalj
May 13th, 2010

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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 ]

Etching art by Mark Evans

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teresalj
May 12th, 2010

Mark Evans 550x389 Etching art by Mark Evans

What can I say about Mark Evans? The guy knows how to wield a knife. The renderings that come of his etching into animal skin (leather) are realistic; have a look at The Butterfly Who Stings to see how much detail and care goes into every knife stroke Evan places on his canvas. [ Continue Reading ]

Yes…You can Sculpt a Book

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PorscheS
May 12th, 2010

alex3 284x400 Yes...You can Sculpt a Book
Quickly go and grab your favorite book (that has photos) and send it to Alexander Korzer-Robinson because he’ll not only turn it into art, but will give you an entire new reason to realize why you fell in love with the book in the first place. [ Continue Reading ]

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