Archive for September, 2010

A Takashi Murakami exhibition is currently on show at Chateau Versailles now through December 12, 2010, with many pieces presented for the first time in public. Tongari-kun, (Mr. Pointy in English), is the first work in the course of the exhibition, set in the Salon d’Hercule. It is based on religious iconography combines Mayan culture and [...]

Artist Judy Chicago to Give Lecture on Her New Book Frida Kahlo: Face to Face at Brooklyn Museum on October 3, 2010. Artist Judy Chicago, art historian Frances Borzello, and the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art celebrate the release of Frida Kahlo: Face to Face, a new book by Ms. Chicago and Ms. Borzello, [...]

South African artist Anthony Dart’s project Supermodified is a personal exploration into sound and image. Dart explains “I used photography and computer generated imagery to portray how profoundly man impacts his environment. This modification manifests itself in an absurd and abstract ambiguity to create a feeling of familiarity and unease, the results of which can [...]

Canadian artist Oni Geist’s macabre paintings are dark and beautifully creepy.

French photographer Denis Darzacq’s suspended animation photography with subjects floating weightless, trapped in time, disconnected from their environment, yet fully immersed within it, juxtaposed against familiar objects and locations, causes one to pause and reflect. The subjects themselves become obscure and it is their flow, their gesture of movement within their space, that becomes the focal [...]

Designs for the web change just like fashion, with new looks, layouts, and colors. But some colors remain favorites, and trends evolve among the top brands. This infographic shows us which are the most powerful colors on the web for the top 100 web brands. via

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