If Charlie Immer’s paintings and illustrations of gorgeous colorful skulls and innards weren’t infused with whimsical color such as mint and cotton candy pink they would find themselves in a much darker genre of art. His paintings however are chimerical and fun in nature and falls under the category of ‘lowbrow’ (which is one of [...]
This is probably the coolest video we’ve seen all week, an Angry Birds Cake that you can actually play. Check it out… Are you a fan of Angry Birds?
HEIMO ZOBERNIG SOLO EXHIBITION AT FREIDRICH PETZEL Austrian artist Heimo Zobernig second solo exhibition is currently running through March 26, 2011 at the Freidrich Petzel gallery. Since the early 1980’s, Heimo Zobernig has mined various art historical moments and movements, specifically Modernism, post-Modernism, Geometric Abstraction and Minimalism, with a rigorous and interrogatory spirit. His often [...]
From The Onion comes news of Apple’s latest revolutionary technology, a laptop with no keyboard. Nothing is as simple as a single giant button. Everything is just a few hundred clicks away. Watch this funny video explain details on the product. With the way technology is going, who knows, this might actually come into being.
Archan Nair, born 1982 in New Delhi, is a self developed visual artist, illustrator and Art Director, specializing in mixed media, illustration, and digital art. About the artist: Formerly a fashion major and entrepreneur, Archan started painting in 2006 at the age of 24 and made the shift to independent artist in 2007. Since then [...]
Studio Gang Architects designed this gorgeous 82-story Aqua Tower, a rippling concrete-and-glass high-rise in Chicago, Illinois. At first glance the tower may appear to simply be a marriage of two schools of design that have ridden architecture’s media wave over the past decade parametric design and Retro Modernism to form Expressionist Modern. Aqua Tower comprises over [...]
These vintage postcards depicting a 1910′s New York City and a futuristic look a the ‘City of Skyscrapers’ are but two from a mass of 9,000 picture postcards that were collected and classified by the American photographer Walker Evans (1903–1975), which is now part of the Metropolitan Museum of Art Walker Evans Archive. The picture [...]