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Posts tagged "Art"

WARHOL x GREATNESS ///

Late last year some prints done by Andy Warhol for his friend Richard Weisman were stolen from the owner’s home. The actual Polaroids that Warhol took, which inspired the prints themselves went on display at Danziger Projects last year in an exhibit titled Greatness. They capture some really amazing sports stars like Wayne Gretzky, Muhammad...

NATHAN MABRY ///

Nathan Mabry Via BeautifulDecay

LIGHTING THE SAILS ///

Having been fortunate enough to spend some time in Sydney previously I have a deep admiration for all things Australian, including the Sydney Opera House. It’s a truly gorgeous structure and one of the most memorable buildings I may experience in my entire life. That being said I was really blown away when I saw...

ROSE BLAKE ///

Lately I’ve been fancying the drawings and illustration work of Rose Blake. There’s major talent in the UK…someone get me one of those Draw More shirts! PS – Thanks to Andy Chen for introducing me to Rose’s work.

BORN TO DIE / EVERY ARTIST THINKS THEY MAKE GOLD ///

In about a week and a half there will be a group exhibit in Berlin titled Born to Die: Art and Artifact. The show will consist of works by over 40+ artists (curated by Jay Henderson) working in a wide variety of disciplines. The group show will then transform into a solo show by Jay...

PORTIA WELLS ///

Portia Wells‘ work has always amazed me. Her design projects also serve as a platform for artistic ideation and social commentary about the objects we consume and acquire. I’m always surprised at how each time I look at a particular work I come across a new and unexpected thought behind it.

ALBERTO CERRITEÑO ///

Alberto Cerriteño is a Mexican illustrator, animator and designer currently based in Portland.

THE CAMPANA BROTHERS///

Even though both of my parents are from the Puerto Rico I have to admit I know very little (in fact, almost nothing) about designers from the Caribbean and Central/South America. Over the last year or so this has all changed, in large part to my wonderful friend Alberto Rigau, who has introduced me to...

COSAS MINIMA ///

Cosas Minima is the work of illustrator and design Blanca Gomez, from Madrid, Spain. I think the thing I love most about Blanca’s work is the fun and carefree nature of some of the characters she illustrates. There is a beautiful sense of balance and minimalism to her work as well.

CHRIS STRONG ///

I wish I could come up with some more info on Chris Strong, all I can tell you is he’s based out of Chi-town and has a ridiculously good portfolio of photographic work.

JÓNSI TOUR SET DESIGN ///

I’m very jealous of my friends who already have tickets to a Jónsi show in the area, but this made things even worse. Fifty Nine Productions shares what they’ve got in store for the set design and performance aspects of Jónsi’s new tour.

JAVIER JAEN ///

I cannot read Javier’s posts since I’m limited to english-only, but that’s alright…the images are simplistic and speak enough on their own. Found via Robert Peters