Archive for 2010

You haven’t seen a sculpture till you set your sights on Nick van Woert’s sculptural masterpieces, which range from cut open brains, drippy blown up faces, and chewing gum busts. Don’t worry it’s not as gruesome as it sounds. Check them out… Untitled – Fiberglas bust, polyurethane plastic, steel

November is National Moustache Month. Like it’s counterpart October, which is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, “Movember” brings attention to supporting prostate cancer research.  Advertising agency TBWA\Singapore, Singapore created these cool ads to raise awareness.

The Art of Pigologist

9, Nov 2010

Illustrator Pigologist is a Singapore born Chinese, raised by aliens (or so she says). She explains that her illustrations are driven by characters and lingered a nostalgic aesthetic that pays homage to vintage, old cartoons, and screen printing-like texture.  They possessed strong distinctive shapes and often a stint in abstract. She enjoys feeding dark concepts, by [...]

Modern yet retro cool, this black and blue Model One Table Radio is pretty sweet. Tivoli Audio, which manufactures high-quality component systems containing a box-shaped, teamed up with STUSSY XXX for this design. With a port on the bottom, bass and midrange speakers, combined with the thickness of the model, it is characterized by a [...]

CANDICE LIN HOLOGRAMS EXHIBITION AT FRANÇOIS GHEBALY Candice Lin’s second solo exhibition, Holograms is currently on show at the François Ghebaly Gallery in LA. For this exhibition, Lin uses the medium of video and sculpture to continue her multifaceted inquiry into the racial and gendered structuring of power. In The Moon, a ceramic and mixed media sculpture, Lin’s [...]

Filmmakers Mark and Angela Walley follow photographer Sarah Sudhoff as she works on her series titled ‘At the Hour of Our Death’. In the series Sudhoff creates large-scale color photographs of stained fabrics from trauma scenes and discusses the invisibility of death in our culture. Death is an ugly thing. We try not to think [...]

Kaws ‘Pay the Debt to Nature‘ exhibit is currently running at Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin till December 23, 2010. Pay the Debt to Nature The exhibition Pay the Debt to Nature, whose eponymous work shows a man captured and manhandled by Nature, which has reclaimed its rights, unveils a collection of nine paintings including five ‘grisailles’, [...]

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