Archive for 2011

The artwork of wildlife artist Charley Harper (1922 –2007) is a visual ecosystem in which elements of color, shapes, lines and subjects are interrelated, interdependent and perfectly balanced. Harper had an unique ability to capture the essence of any living organism, challenging our previous perceptions of nature, which offers a new and unexpected way to [...]

The word “trailer” brings forth to mind a preview of a film; ones that appear at movie houses across the globe. However, trailers (for a while now) have been used to market everything from books to perfumes and fashion, allowing an alternative platform for a creative marketing message. French Connection UK (FCUK) has a new [...]

The interactive installation W3FI is a social movement, a philosophy, a path to responsible connectivity between our online/offline lives and to each other and is currently on exhibit at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Colorado until September 11, 2011. Borrowing from a Buddhist path to enlightenment, the project will take the participants through a [...]

It’s about time! Absolut Vodka has created a new limited edition called ABSOLUT SF.  The latest limited-edition, city-inspired flavor captures the heart of San Francisco, with an innovative blend of grape, dragon fruit and papaya. Sounds delish. Grab a bottle before it’s gone. via

Currently running through October 8, 2011 is La Carte D’Après Nature at the Matthew Marks Gallery in New York City. Curated by Thomas Demand, the exhibition features three rarely seen paintings by René Magritte (two of which are on loan from The Menil Collection, Houston). It takes its name from a journal published by Magritte [...]

Performance artist Yuda Braun is unconventional. Initially influenced by his art studies at Dvir and rebuilding the Third Temple in Jerusalem, Braun branched out and made a difference by challenging the perception of the people around him. Yuda Braun – Fed Up Installation The installation consists of 70 plaster cast faces, nurtured by glass Coca [...]

The stop motion animation MÖBIUS at Federation Square is a set-up of twenty-one large animated triangle sculptures that can be configured into many cyclical patterns and behaves as though it is eating itself, whilst sinking into the ground. The resulting effect is an optical illusion in conjunction with a time-lapse of people interacting with the sculpture and [...]

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