Nick Veasey’s x-ray photography of ordinary objects, plant life, and toys remind us of scan machine prints one might get from an airport only they’re elevated to beautiful pieces of art. Here are some samples…
Linda McCluskey, an American painter who now resides in Paris, has a new book called Linda McCluskey Paintings that is filled with gorgeous photos of her most recent artworks. We especially love her Rooftop of Paris series and Long Tall Series. Here are some samples of what you can find inside.
Transmedia Artist Olivier Goulet Creator of the SkinBag
About Olivier Goulet:
Goulet is a French and German transmedia artist, whose vision resides in the crossroads of activism and human design. Through the examination of the emotional body, he decodes the principle of identity. He explores the humanity as a species in the process of disappearance (Moults, 1993 ; Boxes of hominoid Insects 1998 ; Human Hunting Trophies since 1996), he imagines the mutation of the human body, that painful journey from egocentric individualism towards an optimal collective identification and networking (The Relic of bionic man, 2001 ; Brain Rezos 2006).
Human Hunting Trophies
The Relic of bionic man
Since 2001, he continues to work on the SkinBag project, a synthetic skin medium, as a metaphorical fusion between organic and digital. Here are some of his SkinBag products…
The guys (and gals) over at Wolff Olins a brand consultancy asked themselves “What makes a good team?” The following three poster designs is what they came up with.
First in Wolff Olins series about Team Spirit.
The 1948 American comedy horror film Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein, directed by Charles Barton and starring the comedy team of Abbott and Costello, is the first of several films where the comedy duo meets classic characters from Universal’s horror film stable.
In this four part series learn exactly what went into filming this classic horror comedy.
Fluid like particles dance across the screen in this mesmerizing animated short video. For anyone not familiar with C4D, it stands for Cinema 4D, a modeling, animation and rendering package developed by MAXON Computer GmbH of Friedrichsdorf, Germany.
Click the outward arrows to full size screen for larger impact.
Scion’s National Art Tour Concept Takes An All-Video Installation Format To Five Cities in 2011
Scion’s illustrious national art tour, Installation, returns for its 7th year. Installation 7 launches February 19th at Scion’s own 4,200 square foot Installation L.A. gallery space in Culver City, Los Angeles, with a free opening reception from 7pm – 10pm including complimentary valet parking and an open bar. The exhibit will run until March 12th.
Installation 7 continues with the popular all-video format that was introduced for Installation 6. The annual tour is designed to present established and emerging artists and their work to audiences across the country. This year’s tour will visit: Los Angeles, Brooklyn, Minneapolis, Austin, and Wichita. Read all about it and see the trailer below.