Art Barter is a platform for free exchange between artists and the public. The first Art Barter show was held in November 2009 at The Rag Factory in London where 50 artworks were on display without artist’s names, titles, prices or descriptions being attached, thus leaving the viewer open to a pure aesthetical interpretation. After [...]
Tired of your furniture? How about having a brand new chair every day depending on your mood? Behold the ‘Darwin Chair’. Aptly named to evolutionize your interior surroundings.
The 2nd Annual Steampunk Bizarre Art Exhibit opens July 9 and will run through July 16, 2010 at the Hartford Art Space. The exhibition will feature the work of 23 local and international artists to share their vision of what Steampunk is and will be. The Exhibit will be alive with sights and sounds of [...]
An infographic video documentary titled “Waiting For Superman” by TakePart: Participant Media highlights what’s really wrong with America; our children’s education. The statistics are staggering. Check it out… Creative Director: Ryan Honey Executive Producer: Maurie Enochson Producer: Eric Badros Art Director: Joe Mullen Animation: Jorge R. Canedo Estrada Original Music: John Black Carolyn Sams: Co-Producer Wendy [...]
Like snapshots of a moment in time, Heather Sherman’s photos capture brief glimpses into the lives of the people she paints. The obvious use of white space guides you to focus intently on the subject matter.
Russian artist Sergey Kolesov aka Peleng produces some fantastic CG art.
Decaying bodies, gas mask art and more of the macabre can be seen in paintings by singer Marilyn Manson at the Kunsthalle Vienna’s upcoming exhibition “Genealogies of Pain”. Joining his work will be David Lynch’s several short films that are meant to provide a sort of aesthetic and historical context for the rocker’s paintings.