Archive for November, 2010

Katie Shelly, a multimedia visual artist based in New York City, has a different approach to the standard way of conveying a recipe. Instead of the standard (boring) list of ingredients and instructions, she instead goes the pictorial route which adds visual fun and grabs your attention. As Kelly states these recipes are not meant to [...]

Gallery5 is currently holding a call for entry“Papier-Mâchete” is a showcase of artwork created utilizing paper and fiber media. This exhibit will explore the limitless range found in these ubiquitous materials. Submissions may be 2D, 3D, video, or installation-based proposals but should display innovative and inventive uses of paper or associated fibers. Traditional techniques such [...]

Quite different than his film persona, this Alex plush doll from Stanley Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange is quite cute and cuddly. You would never know he’s is actually the 12th greatest film villain of all time. You can purchase it here. via

The Art of Remed

16, Nov 2010

Spanish artist Remed not only paints, he draws and produces gorgeous colorful wall murals. Here are some samples of his artwork.

Utilizing LED lighting technology these menus make it easier for customers to clearly read your menu in dimly conditions. It features a rechargeable battery. We recently had the pleasure of seeing one of these lighted menus in person the other day. They’re so cool, you ‘ll forget all about choosing your order for at least three minutes [...]

SARAH LUCAS ‘PENETRALIA’ EXHIBITION AT GLADSTONE GALLERY, BRUSSELS Gladstone Gallery announces an exhibition by British artist Sarah Lucas. Since the 1990s, Lucas has been developing a unique material vocabulary using everyday domestic items such as stockings, clothing hangers, lightbulbs, and beer cans to create objects that challenge our collectively inscribed codes of gender, sexual, and [...]

This burger shaped vinyl wallet from Toddland would definitely cause some stares the next time you pull this baby out. Or maybe an awkward comment like “Nice buns.”  Now if it only came with bacon life would be complete. Available from Urban Outfitters.

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