Archive for the ‘Art’ Category

Prolific artist and sculptor Rebecca Campeau works with textiles such as linen and paper to create detailed sculptures which have an air of silent melancholy. The sculptures, dressed with painted fabrics over a wire frame, range from well-known people from history to the anonymous to playful animals. Here are some samples of her work. Some [...]

ART NEWS: EXHIBITIONS & EVENTS Jessica Eaton’s Ad Infinium Canadian Photographer Jessica Eaton has created some dazzling photographic works for her debut exhibition in the United Kingdom, titled Ad Infinitum which opened January 23rd at The Hospital Club in London. The images you see below are made on sheets of 4 x 5 film and a series of monochromatic [...]

Swiss photographer and artist Fabian Oefner’s work moves between the fields of art and science, capturing natural phenomena that appears in our daily lives in unique and imaginative ways. Here are some samples of his images… Iridient

The ‘On Departure’ short film, by animator Eoin Duffy, at first seems like a whimsical journey of a little spaceman. We quickly realize it’s actually a beautiful yet emotional tale of a man traveling in an airport, who arrives at heartbreak. The animation is captivatingly haunting, which is helped in part by the melancholy soundtrack [...]

Currently on show at Les Arts Decoratifs in Paris, is ‘Les Jouets Star Wars’ (Toys Star Wars) exhibition which spans 35 years of toys and products from this epic movie saga by George Lucas. The exhibit has over four hundred toys on show, which include many figurines from Hasbro and Kenner.

Seeing the artwork of  Samuel Silva, a Portugal based attorney no less, is truly believing in what we believe to be impossible. If you’re scratching your head at that sentence, so will you be at the followings drawings. They boggle the mind and make you want to hold the canvas he worked on, just to [...]

Compositions by Beatriz Mahan Interview with Lorette C. Luzajic from IdeaFountain Barcelona artist Beatriz Mahan creates intriguing, composition-based collages that she refers to as matrices. She uses a variety of simple elements to play with shape, colour, texture, and mark-making. I found her visually stunning creations on flickr and saw right away an eerie kinship with [...]

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