The Arts Council for Long Beach for The Collaborative has organized it’s second exhibit titled ‘Liminal’ which opens today, August 12, 2011. This exhibition explores the convergence of science, technology and imagination in the creation of organisms reflecting systems of life, death, regeneration, hybridization and transformation. Chosen through an open call-to-artists by the Arts Council’s Advisory Committee for Public [...]
Art and the Beauty Myth Myth By Lorette C. Luzajic Without a doubt, there are idiots with a narrow view of what is beautiful, but the vast majority of men I meet see far more nuances than they are given credit for. The so-called pressure “forced” on women by the beauty industry and the fickle [...]
Pretty on the Inside, organized by Erik Parker and KAWS, is the first time that the two artists have collaborated to organize an exhibition. Pretty on the Inside which is currently on show at the Paul Kasmin Gallery, includes works in a range of media by seven American artists: Todd James, KAWS, Tony Matelli, Erik [...]
The CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention) Office of Public Health Preparedness has a Zombie Poster. We’d order our own but they are completely out. Go figure. via
Illustrator Raul Urias who hails from Mexico has a signature colorful drippy style which adds movement and energy to any design he creates. Here are some samples of his work:
The Japanese Popstars’ track ‘Let Go’ gets a stylize animated music video. The tune featuring techno artist Green Velvet on vocals. Damn trippy.
Land Carpet is a modern area rug designed by Florian Putcher, based on satellite images and inspired by nature and farmed landscapes. It shows the world from an aerial view, as one would see it from the window of a plane. The stylized fields are of different height and let Land Carpet appear like a miniaturized landscape, each of them representing [...]