Check out this sweet video called ‘Pixels’ by Patrick Jean (at One More Production), by which NYC gets the pixelated treatment. Multiple video games are referenced. See if you can guess them all.
Sean Greene says “My paintings are rooted in intervals of color that provoke the fleeting sensations of light animating space. Bands of colored light are paths, traces of motion that lead the eye through a space and around a surface. They evoke written languages like Arabic or graffiti—illegible to most but loaded with expressions of balance and instability.”
This colorful art print by Sean Greene titled ‘Try Letting Go’ is available at 20×200. Prices range from $20 to $2000.
Helmut Newton is a famous photographer who primarily specialized in fashion photography early on but later became well known for his portraits of nude women. Some photos in this post might be NSFW.
Extraordinary robots inspired by animals and nature….
Built to look like a real fish, this robotic replica swims effortlessly in its London Aquarium tank thanks to sensor-based controls used to navigate through water to avoid obstacles. The hope of its designers is that the robo-fish could be used to explore seabeds or detect oil leaks in pipelines.
Wow. This video is a must see. I wasn’t sure where it was headed, but then it through me for an amazing loop. It’s highly creative!
Solidarité by La Boite Concept.
FIONA RAE EXHIBIT AT PACE GALLERY, NYC
British Artist Fiona Rae (born 1963), was one of the artists in the seminal Freeze exhibition curated by Damien Hirst in 1988. Her work was subsequently bought by Charles Saatchi and shown in the major 1997 Sensation exhibition, which brought Britart into the establishment, as it was hosted by the Royal Academy, London, before touring abroad. She was nominated for the Turner Prize in 1991, and in 1993 for the Austrian Eliette Von Karajan Prize for Young Painters. She was commissioned by Tate Modern to create a 10 metre triptych Shadowland for the restaurant there in 2002.
British artist Fiona Rae’s ‘Special Fear’ exhibit is currently showing at Pace Gallery in New York City till May 1, 2010.
Special Fear!, 2009
A daily dose of eye candy to highlight artworks that we find for your viewing pleasure and inspiration. For today’s Daily Design Inspiration we are highlighting Reflections.