Fun Wired article - Tom Shannon, the multimedia artist generates these complex forms with a simple machine, a pendulum of his own design that swings over the canvas, releasing pigment from six radio-controlled paint guns.
Kirsten Dunst in a wonderful Takashi Murakami's video Akihabara Majokko Princess. A pop fairy tale in which Kirsten Dunst sings the Vapors' hit "Turning Japanese", part of the Tate Modern's exhibition "Pop Life: Art in a Material World"
A preview of the new ZweiDrei shelf sculpture, Bacchanalia. Made from recycled paper honeycomb boards laminated with bone glue. Catch this piece at the upcoming Salone Internazionale del Mobile in Milan.
700 actual, real-life beds on a beach in Devon. Created by Storm Thorgerson for the cover of Pink Floyd’s album A Momentary Lapse of Reason. Part of Idea Generation Gallery's Storm retrospective - launching April 2nd, London.
Copenhagen based textile designer, Astrid Krogh, with some stunning new light installations including 'Incitament' in Aalborg, a tapestry made from a beautifully composed raster of neon tubes in several shades of green.
Julien Berthierinstalled an artificial entrance to an existing frontage in the 3rd arrondissement of Paris. The facade, using the local architectural codes, occupying 10 cm of public space. 4 years later, the address still exists
Roberto de Vicq de Cumptich, a master of typographic illustrations, has designed the new "How to Make Love to Your Type?" promo for the Type Directors Club. (the book is printed on Neenah paper and uses typefaces from Veer).
The Absolut NY-Z Campaign has just launched a documentary following Jay-Z as he prepares to play a packed house at Madison Square Garden. The documentary was shot by prolific rock photographer, Danny Clinch.
Berlin-based artist Hans Hemmert (famous for his work with balloons) threw a party where guests wore shoe-extenders to make them all 2m tall. "Level" (1997) was part of the Personal Absurdities show at the Galerie Gebauer Berlin.
Cut & Paste, by Kiki Van Eijk, at Secondome design gallery, Rome. The pieces show Kiki’s big love for materials, experimentation, tactility, research, sketches, context, settings, proportions, curiosities and every-day beauty.