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In 1902, German apothecary and inventor Dr. Julius Neubronner read a news report about pigeons and got angry. The news came out of Boston, where an American pharmacist was using carrier pigeons to deliver prescriptions. What so upset Dr. Neubronner was how the report entirely omitted the true pioneer behind the practice: his father, Dr. […]
A series of paintings inspired by still images taken by the robotic gaze of the automatic cameras of Google cars, adding subtitles to add humanity to the human encounters. http://www.thetordjmaniac.com
Random objects fished from the cost of Tenerife.
Using a radio-controlled release system, Barbara Probst triggers simultaneous shots of the same event, gesture or action from different distances and angles. This moment multiplied into several views constitutes an exposure, a constellation of perspectives that induces multifaceted, sometimes contradictory readings of the image. Barbara Probst is not interested so much in what is represented […]
The premise of One Hour Photo is simple: project a photograph for one hour, then ensure that it will never be seen again. The experience of One Hour Photo is also, on the surface, simple, almost programmatic: project one work per hour, each by a different artist, for the duration of the exhibition; provide a simple, meditative […]
Maitha Demithan uses an A4 desktop scanner to create ethereal portraits by stiching and layering over 100 images together. www.maithademithan.com
Using Google Street View, Mishka Henner collects images of isolated women in remote locations identified by research reports and online forums of people looking for sex workers. With this work he raises the question of the rights of the subjects whose images are shared, stored and circulated online in an alienating process. His use of […]
Concept and art direction Ana Domínguez and Omar Sosa. Image © Nacho Alegre for. Apartamento Magazine issue 18
Still Lifes for Apartamento Issue #10. A selection of Tape from Jasper Morrison’s personal collection. Concept by Omar Sosa, Photography by Nacho Alegre, Photography Assistant Sergio Conde.
A bi-annual magazine exploring one global trend, and featuring news, analysis, and exploring social, psychological and scientific context behind colour trends.
FranklinTill is a futures research agency working with global brands and organisations to explore and implement design, material and colour innovation. FranklinTill worked closely with master papermaker GF Smith and design agency Made Thought to research, develop and broadcast The World’s Favourite Colour project for Colorplan. Drawing attention to GF Smith’s bespoke colour service, the […]
Narrative sequencing, word and image.
MIT grad student Joy Buolamwini was working with facial analysis software when she noticed a problem: the software didn’t detect her face — because the people who coded the algorithm hadn’t taught it to identify a broad range of skin tones and facial structures. Now she’s on a mission to fight bias in machine learning, […]
Hito Steyerl is a German filmmaker and artist whose work explores the complexities of the digital world, art, capitalism, and the implications of Artificial Intelligence for society. Her recent artworks cover subjects as diverse as video games, surveillance and art production. Steyerl’s series of projects at the Serpentine Galleries is positioned around ideas of ‘power’. Beginning […]
A Canadian film made in language spoken by just 20 people in the world to preserve the endangered dialects of British Columbia’s Haida people. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/mar/28/canadian-film-made-in-haida-language-spoken-by-just-20-people-in-the-world
(…) It’s one of the ironies of the present age that while we feel that everything has changed, our view seems to be unaltered. If you walk down the street, the buildings, vehicles and people all look much the same as in Berger’s heyday. The digital revolution is largely an invisible one – until you […]
In the 70s, the late critic revolutionised our appreciation of the visual arts. How do his ideas translate to contemporary culture? A statue of Saddam Hussein being toppled in Firdaus Square, Bagdhad, April 2003 Berger was strongly influenced by Marxist ideas of class struggle. In Ways of Seeing, for instance, he calls such art historians […]
Source: Infographie. La journée type de travail d’un Japonais
Iron-cooked ham and cheese sandwiches, cailles en sarcophagi, explosive pissing beef balls; low, high, accessible, obscure, comical – food, like art, is served up in various guises, but whatever form it takes, it shares the common traits of being a stimulant as well as a necessity for living. Food and art also share a common […]
A major work by New York–based artist Christian Marclay, The Clock mines the history of film for moments from everyday life and thrilling only-in-the-movies events that indicate the passage of time. Synchronized with local time, cinematic and actual time run parallel in a 24-hour montage.
‘People Power’ Series of 10 protest banners inspired by iconic protest songs. http://damienpoulain.com/
A sobriety coin is a token given to Alcoholics Anonymous or other 12 step group members representing the amount of time the member has remained sober. When a twelve-step member is presented with his or her first chip, they are often told, “This chip represents AA’s commitment to you – not your commitment to us”. Sobriety coins […]
10. Sections of fresh bamboo are split to form the sticks for these traditional candies from the old castle town of Sendai. The holder is also of bamboo, and the arrangement, suggesting sprays of flowers, displays both the charm and the great usefulness of the plant. 12. Ordinary rice straw is used imaginatively to create a […]
It’s Nice That : Sophisticated work from French studio Atelier Tout va bien.
“No to Pre-selected Candidates” banner on a back-lit bus shelter advertising. Unintentionally combining the written banner with the calligraphic artwork of a property development artwork. In a city where the majority of writing is finger scribbled on the screen of a smartphone, Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement has developed into an unexpected platform for handwriting […]
Refreshment: The Art of Perpetual Evaporation | Colossal. Water is spilled on a stone pavement leaving a small stain. As time passes the stain dries up, shrinks and changes shape. Just before the water is completely evaporated the process is put on hold. The new shape of the stain is then being enlarged and […]
Sculptural arches by LIKEarchitects resemble Microsoft Paint squiggles via It’s Nice That : Art: Sculptural arches by LIKEarchitects resemble Microsoft Paint squiggles.
Momentum: Large Format Photos of Chalkboards from Quantum Mechanics Institutions by Alejandro Guijarro | Colossal.
MoMA | Ecstatic Alphabets/Heaps of Language.
Paper envelopes made into traditional quilts by Stephen Sollins via It’s Nice That : Art: Paper envelopes made into traditional quilts by Stephen Sollins.
An Illustrated History of Unbelievably Camouflaged Ships.
Apocalypse Now A handwritten text on a page the size and shape of a cinema screen Fiona Banner, Every Word Unmade, 2007 Fiona Banner | IMAGE OBJECT TEXT.
Sam Kaplan Photography :: Still Life :: Commercial :: Advertising :: Editorial :: Product :: New York – FLOSSED – 2.
Parachute: Bague Sans Pro Designed by Panos Vassiliou Bague Sans Pro | parachute.gr.
All images : © Magdalena Jetelovà A GEOLOGICAL EPIPHANY: MAGDALENA JETELOVÀ’S ICELAND PROJECT (1992) Magdalena Jetelovà is a Czech artist living in Munich, Düsseldorf and Prague. She became famous for her large wooden sculptures of furnitures (tables, chairs and stairs in Durmast wood) and for her 1990′s installations, such as “Domestication of Pyramids“. Starting from the 1990′s […]
Emptied Gestures: Physical Movement Translated into Symmetrical Charcoal Drawings by Heather Hansen | Colossal.
Hlynsky first started filming birds in 2005 using a small Flip video recorder, but now uses a Lumix GH2 to record gigabytes of bird footage from locations around Rhode Island. He then edits select clips with After Effects and other tools to create brief visual trails that illustrate the path of each moving bird. […]
Department International is a collaborative design practice via London & NYC. via Department International.
Wonderful food-stuffed still-lifes from photographer Per Johansen via Its Nice That : Wonderful food-stuffed still-lifes from photographer Per Johansen.
It’s Nice That : Graphic Design: Amazing Norwegian archive on show after 50 years in an attic!.
In this new video art clip from San Diego-based filmmaker Cy Kuckenbaker, we watch as a 4-minute shot from the Washington Street bridge in San Diego is deftly edited, sorted, and compressed resulting in perfectly color-coded traffic. Kuckenbaker notes: The source footage for this video is a 4-minute shot from the Washington Street bridge […]
Piccadilly Community Centre 2011 Installation view, Hauser & Wirth Piccadilly, London, England Photo: Guilhem Alandry Artists — Christoph Büchel — Images and clips — Piccadilly Community Centre — Hauser & Wirth.
Midas-touch Dutch duo Blommers / Schumm have been making the world look cooler for years. Their brilliant photoshoots and set design for the trendiest magazines are so consistently excellent that we barely even have to look at one of their projects before we whack it on It’s Nice That. This one, though, is by far […]
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Emergent Behavior: New Swarms of Hovering Objects Photographed in Place by Thomas Jackson | Colossal.
Romain Laurent – One Loop Portrait a Week.
My Things 2001 – 2009 by Hong Hao above, began 12 years ago, with all the goods that the artist consumed being scanned piece by piece to create a visual diary, then categorised and made into a collage. via Creative Review – Oil fields, sex dolls and a 12 year diary of consumption.
It’s Nice That : Photography: We finally celebrate the brilliant mind of Kevin van Aelst.
via RoosBros. Fear in a field. Fear expanded – 2012 is an artwork by Ryan Everson in collaboration with Jason Garcia. The further away you go, the more the big mirror clad letters are merging into the landscape.
Things Organized Neatly.
Geometric Coin Sculptures by Robert Wechsler Artist Robert Wechsler (previously) was recently comissioned by the The New Yorker to create a series of coin sculptures for their October 14th money-themed edition. Wechsler used a jeweler’s saw to cut precise notches in coins from various currencies and then joined them together in several geometric forms. While nine pieces were selected […]
Photographs by Marco Anelli. From the book:PORTRAITS IN THE PRESENCE OF MARINA ABRAMOVIC (Marco Anelli © 2010) http://www.marcoanelli.com/portraitsbook_e.html Portraits taken during the MoMA’s exhibit of performance artist “Marina Abramović: The Artist Is Present”. Abramović sits at a table in silence, and museum guests can sit across from her and stare. Some people couldn’t handle […]