Film Review: Gerhard Richter Painting By Lorette C. Luzajic The film was boring, moving at a snail’s pace, and devoid of the kind of crazy scandals of excess or intrigue that make art documentaries interesting. Legendary artist Gerhard Richter, while gracious and polite enough, was a reluctant subject for scrutiny. There were no salient revelations [...]
Happened upon this epic piece of street art signed RRobots in Williamsburg, Brooklyn over the weekend. Completely enamoured, we took shots from every angle, plus a few close-ups.
Artist Mia Araujo will present her first solo exhibit at the Corey Helford Gallery, titled “Into the Woods” on May 13, 2012 in Los Angeles.
These vintage advertisements from the 1950′s and 60′s are pure Mad Men style. A bit sexist, strange, wordy, colorful and can never be called timeless. Take a trip down memory lane and see how consumer goods were marketed to the public. Samsonite 1960 via
Using the entire collection of one person’s photographs from Facebook as a starting point, John Rainey, a student at the Royal College of Art, used Perspex and Z Corp Rapid Prototyping to make interpretive composite 3D print sculptures. For those who don’t know, a Rapid Prototyping printer is a high-definition 3D printer and rapid prototyping machine [...]
This gorgeous time lapse video by Pontus Rudolphson, a school project, took about a half a year of shooting to finish the project. Most of the scenes are shot in various places in Stockholm, Sweden, while some of the sunset scenes are from Thailand. Take a look… Shot with two Nikon D5100 and Sigma 10-20/3,5 [...]
Opening April 25, 2012 is Mariell Amélie’s exhibition “Forget Me Not – Forglem Meg Ei ” at the Notting Hill Arts Club, featuring dream like portraits of self-reflective moments of solitude made visible through the choice of location, clothing and pose. Here are some samples of her work… This is all that is left Finding [...]