These ‘In the Flesh’ series of paintings by JKB Fletcher depict extreme sexy close-ups of certain aspects the face and skin.  They are so ‘real’ looking, it’s hard to imagine they are actually paintings.

Poke – Oil on canvas

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Do you leave your clothes lying around? No time to clean? Camouflage your dirty laundry with the ‘Rag Chair‘.

This chair, designed by Tejo Remy, is made of 15 bags of layered rags. It arrives ready made but you have the option to recycle your own discarded clothes, and include it the design. No two are alike.

It’s an interesting conversation piece, we’ll give it that. What do you think?

You can inquire about pricing from droog.

If you ever wanted to know what type of visual effects are used on the series Boardwalk Empire, here’s your chance. In this video titled ‘Boardwalk Empire VFX Breakdowns of Season 1′, you can see Brainstorm Digital‘s before and after highlights of the visual effects used on the series.

Are you a fan of Boardwalk Empire?

The 2nd annual Miami International Art Fair, opens January 14 – 17, 2011 which features features contemporary art of all media, including photography, installations and video. The fair also integrates innovative educational art projects – linked to important museums and other art-related organizations.

2010 MIA – © Lila Photo

A special installation will be featured, Museum of Modern Ice, brings Canadian artist Gordon Halloran’s dazzling paintings in ice to sunny South Florida for the first time.

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Here are 15 cool blog posts from Art Nectar in 2010 that have gotten lost in the shuffle and you might not have had the pleasure of viewing.

The Origins of Mass – Computer Animation by Aleksandar Rodic. Expand it to full screen!

The Photography of Bela Borsodi – Bela Borsodi’s photography redefines the medium as Picasso’s redefined painting.

The Surrealistic Artwork of Jeffrey Richter – You’ll like these.

The Illustrations of Sean Metcalf – Quirky and colorful!

The Best Animated GIF Ever – Trust us…it is. A must see!

Ants in a Scanner – The most unusual video you will ever see.

Shave the Baby Doll – Yes, you read that correctly.

Audio Visual Mapping Video in Plaza de Toros – Like a laser light show, but better.

Tofu the Vegan Zombie in ‘Zombie Dearest – Animation video featuring tofu zombies.

Live Game of Neon Tetris – Live game of Tetris on the streets of San Francisco.

Brilliant Design: Horror Stationary – Germany Television Station 13th St (the Action & Suspense Channel, the daughter of NBC Universal) Corporate ID Design.

Cityscape Illustrations by Mandril – Intricate and detailed in design.

Stop Motion Animated Short Film ‘Madame Tutil Putil’ – An exhilarating existential journey into the fully imagined, tactile world of Madame Tutli-Putli.

One Drawing for Every Page of Moby Dick – Matt Kish’s journey of drawing one piece everyday until completion.

Darth Vader Helmets – You don’t have to be a Star Wars fan to appreciate these.


Opening January 8, 2011 at 6PM at Scaramouche in New York City, is Michael Stuart’s solo exhibition ‘Contingencies‘.

Artist’s statement: I addresses the space between experience and the story that follows, the self and the idea of the self—the self as a body and the self as mediated, articulated, and complicated by imprecise descriptive mechanisms. Within a network of sculptural and photographic devices, I examine the continual becoming of a subject in simultaneous opposition to and dependence on the continuum from which this representation is rendered. The fabricated subject hinges its identity on a belief in impossibly static origins and in turn attempts to assign order to intricately woven yet predominantly chaotic systems. This determination to construct an ordered selfhood is, despite its inherent futility, instinctual and necessary. Hovering around tales of past trauma and a complex and often prescriptive filial mythology, my work exposes the space between perceived poles of self and the narrative shadows they cast.

Archival ink-jet prints titled ‘Circle Stories’.

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Rymdreglage was formed in 2003 by Daniel Larsson and Tomas Redigh. Due to the fact that most folks who aren’t Nordic couldn’t pronounce their name, the group changed it to something simpler…Ninja Moped. They actually go by both names, so it’s just about as confusing as Prince and his symbol moniker.

Regardless, you won’t forget who this band is after seeing this music video for Rymdreglage ’8 bit trip’ where legos come alive in ways you might not have seen before.

1500 hours of moving legobricks and the take photos of them.

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