Rockwell Group, in collaboration with Jones + Kroloff, designed “Hall of Fragments,” the entrance installation to “Out There: Architecture Beyond Building,” the main exhibition for the 2008 11th annual Venice Architecture Biennale.
Barbara Siegel’s latest solo show *ROCK STARS* has its opening reception this Thursday at the A.I.R. Gallery in Dumbo, Brooklyn. The work displayed in *ROCK STARS* was inspired by the mineralogist extraordinaire Clifford Frondel.
RedCamper: Handbags/purses & laptop bags featuring original 35mm photographic slides, snapshots of family vacations, vintage recycled car upholstery and airplane seatbelt clips. Inspired by travel and all one of a kind.
Interview with Cyril Genty about his blog, Un Jour A Paris, daily photographs of Paris avoid the obvious tourist-friendly imagery, aiming for fleeting everyday instances across the city's many arrondisements.
The days of boring garage doors are numbered! That’s because the new photo tarpaulins from style-your-garage can give monochrome up-and-over garage doors a whole new look. The printed-on 3D motifs are deceptively realistic.
The construction of each James Roper painting fuses disparate images from a variety of sources such as fashion magazines, animation stills, comics, the Internet as well as his own photo's and drawings.
Images from the Spam Architecture series are generated by a computer program that accepts as input, junk email. Various patterns, keywords, rhythms, found in the text are translated into 3-D modeling gestures.
Untamed Menagerie ~ uses an acrylic die-cutting technique to make intricate, one-of-a-kind wearable art. [Editor's Note: while we've been seeing way too much cut acrylic, there's some pretty unique work here!]
Contemporary Tibetan artist Gonkar Gyatso will be a participant in the upcoming 53rd Venice Biennale. Much of his recent work is filled with colorful pop culture graphics, but deserves a deeper look...
Charles Simonds (New York, 1945) creates little fragile worlds out of clay. The focal point of his artistic activity lies in the research of archaic civilizations. Simonds explains that these creations belong to "little people" as he calls them.