Gordon Young is a visual artist who focuses on creating art for the public domain. His work ranges from sculptures to typographic pavements for places as disrelated as government headquarters and village squares. The Yorkshire Sculpture Park is one of Europe’s leading open air art organizations. As part of a major fundraising initiative, the Walk of [...]
This week’s Friday Food Links we have an interview with Anthony Bourdain, an article all about onions, a Scottish Tablet recipe, Sushi facts, how to watch the world Cup 2010 and dine as if you were in South Africa and a multitude of recipes, even one by film director Robert Rodriguez. We search for yummy [...]
The reliance on creating an event atmosphere around movies — something that’s been going on for a number of years now but really has seen some success in 2010 — is coming at a time when theatrical windows are shrinking (“Alice in Wonderland” famously went to DVD less than three months after its initial release) [...]
Ken Wong, illustrator and designer from Adelaide, Australia currently works as an Art Director at a computer game studio called Spicy Horse, in Shanghai.
Barbie’s have come along way since their debut in 1959 (original Barbie’s below). The one on the pedestal kind of looks like Debbie Mazar if you ask me. Don’t believe me…take a look…
This is what I picture the two twins from The Shining would be doing in the afterlife; frolicking in an open space with that ever present evil grin on their faces. This acrylic on canvas piece is titled Two Figures by figurative painter Dana Nacer, who lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. This piece is [...]
CARLOS GARAICOA ARCHITECTURAL NEW EXHIBIT AT IRISH MUSUEM OF MODERN ART One of Cuba’s leading contemporary artists, Carlos Garaicoa, brings together new and recent works comprising sculpture, installation, drawing, video and photography, which explore the themes of architecture and urbanism at the Irish Museum of Modern Art today. Cuban life—social, political, and cultural—inspires Garaicoa’s work. [...]