MoMA | Ecstatic Alphabets/Heaps of Language.
An Illustrated History of Unbelievably Camouflaged Ships.
Sam Kaplan Photography :: Still Life :: Commercial :: Advertising :: Editorial :: Product :: New York – FLOSSED – 2.
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 […]
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.
It’s Nice That : Art: Excellent project makes portraits of women from censored Iranian packaging.
ap of Maine and Explanation from Samuel Gridley Howe’s Atlas of the United States Printed for the Use of the Blind, 1837. More information here. via even*cleveland: ‘you feel the eastern boundary line running north and south’.
The pre-Islamic rock art of Arabia at Bir Hima, carved into the eastern foothills of the Asir Mountains, is one of the most important rock art sites in Saudi Arabia. Most of what youll see dates from around 5500 BC, athough there are more recent examples scattered around. via saudi arabia bir hima petroglyphs | […]
Photo © Edwin Deen, Niels Post, Ampelhaus Using some color pigment, an electric tap, a few meters of hose and a plain garden sprinkler, Deen transformed a simple garden sprinkler into a smile-inducing artistic device. I have the sudden urge to put on a white painter’s uniform and start prancing through this thing. The rainbow sprinkler […]
News : Florian Rivière ~ Urban Hacktivist.
Ben Long: Moving Landscapes via It’s Nice That : Ben Long’s brilliant blurred billboards on show in Birmingham.
Ironing the fold marks is all too common just before the guests arrive. Here they are emphasized with bold colouring. via http://paulmcneil.tumblr.com/#17087636352 more here.
FFFFOUND! | fuck you very much.
Doors was an enormous 10-story public art installation made from 1,000 reused doors by South Korean artist Choi Jeong-Hwa. From what I can tell it appears the piece was installed somewhere in Seoul in 2009. Choi discusses his process over on the Creators Project where he talks about becoming […]
A Massive Black Field of Cut Steel Plants Hides a Colorful Secret | Colossal.
19:30 Stacks is a new series of sculptures by Aleksandra Domanović. They’re actually stacks of A4 and A3 paper with parts of photos printed on their side. To create this effect, Aleksandra made huge PDF files which she printed with an inkjet printer set to “border-less printing”. You can […]
Fruits Skewer 2011, Nijmegen (NL) Anti-vandalism furniture, fruits, 0,5 x 0,5 m Rock’n Gum 2010, Rennes (FR) Chewing gum sticker, tattoo pattern, 30 x 30 cm http://www.demodetouslesjours.eu/
Hundreds of Tourist Photos Weaved into One (18 total) – My Modern Metropolis.
ArtCat – East Village / Lower East Side – Invisible-Exports – Paul Gabrielli, Generally.
Amandine Alessandra: Graphic Design: Plug & Play.
SPONTANEOUS CITY IN THE TREE OF HEAVEN Duncan Terrace Gardens Islington, London, N1 19 July, 2010 ongoing Cremorne Gardens Chelsea, London, SW10 19 July, 2010 ongoing London Fieldworks’ Spontaneous City in the Tree of Heaven is a sculptural installation drawing on the ecology and biodiversity of two sites on opposite sides of London: Duncan Terrace […]
EVOL’s Buildings @ Artotale, Germany – unurth | street art.
EVOL did this 13 meter X 3.5 meter wall for Point Ephémère, an exhibition in Paris. via EVOL, Huge ‘Buildings’ Mural, Paris – unurth | street art.
Holy dueling Gallic phallic symbols, Batman! French journalist Aude Baron tells Boing Boing, On Friday, if you were going to the Eiffel Tower, in Paris, you could see a giant penis! It was drawn into the snow covering the grass. A Dutch tourist took a picture and posted it on Twitter. Amazing view! But what […]
Michael Sirianni :: Slow Burn.
This a preview of “Dead Drops“, a project by Aram Bartholl which he started off during his ongoing EYEBEAM residency in NYC. It is an anonymous, offline, peer to peer file-sharing network in public space. Aram “injected” 5 USB flash drives into walls, buildings and curbs accessable to anybody. You are invited to go to […]
A North Korean anniversary and debut – The Big Picture – Boston.com.
The ‘Constellation’ installation was created by artist Chu Yun. Seen at Venice Bienale 2009. via « NextNature.net.
Project for unsuccessful gathering, 2009 | Flickr – Photo Sharing!.
Nils Nova : Mind the gap I – 1/4.
Nils Nova : Zwielicht – 1/2.
Ranking your website in search engine (SEO) is like gardenning – it wont happen overnight! A nice image sent by Kajsa after my explanations and analogy on websites, plants and gardenning. via analogies | Jerome Rigaud.
Performers form a “human sculpture” on Sunday during a piece entitled “Bodies in Urban Spaces” by choreographer Willi Dorner. (Bryan Derballa for The Wall Street Journal) Bodies in Urban Spaces – Photo Journal – WSJ.
Duetto – today and tomorrow. http://www.fabrizio-corneli.com
FFFFOUND! | her0in_chic on Xanga.
Dust script | Jerome Rigaud.
The Trap of Goddess – Miyake Genro via
kinza2 | Flickr – Photo Sharing!. Apparently this is an “old bunker for the overload of mineral fertilizers,” in Odessa, Ukraine
Hello, world! is a real installation for the virtual globe of the software Google Earth. A Semacode measuring 160×160 metres was mown into a wheat field near the town of Ilmenau in the Land Thuringia. The code consists of 18×18 bright and dark squares producing decoded the phrase “Hello, world!”. The ambition was to have […]
’ve just rediscovered the amazing paper art by . It’s not really clear if he really folds the paper or if he rubs the lines into the paper. Anyway, amazing work! Some of these pieces are more abstract than his previous work. via Folded Paper – today and tomorrow.
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‘Linda Florence, ‘a-n magazine September 2009’
Camouflage and Day-Glo, Picture of the week, by Daniel Eatock.