Time-lapse video shows how Vincent van Gogh’s Starry Night is made from just over 7,000 dominoes. Flippy Cat recreated Vincent van Gogh’s “Starry Night” from just over 7,000 dominos. The second attempt took about 11 hours total to build. Believe it or not, the first attempt failed, when a screw was dropped from the camera [...]
Opening Saturday, June 9th, 2012, from 7-10pm is ‘Wasted – the Great American Pastime’, presented by Dave MacDowell at WWA Gallery, a most intoxicating tribute exhibit about “being under the influence.” What better way to view this amazing show than by possibly being under the influence after the one-of-a-kind pub crawl from 3-7pm the day of [...]
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.
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 [...]
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 [...]